We’ll help you create your organization!
Experience tells us that it’s best when workers organize themselves if they are to create a viable union that truly represents their interests. The Federation will provide you and your co-workers with the support and guidance that you will need to build your own effective workplace organization. Talk with your co-workers and identify your key workplace issues. Then call the Federation. We will set up a meeting with you and your co-workers.
Send us an email Guy.Masters@federationmembers.org and a Federation Organizer will contact you. You may also leave us a message on our toll-free voice mail number, 1-800-872-8488. Most employers try to talk workers out of organizing. Why? Because employers know that, with a union, workers gain the power to make themselves heard. And employers must listen. That’s exactly what having a union is all about – having the power to stand up for ourselves, our families and our future. It’s about having a strong, collective voice and being able to stand up to our employer to gain decent working conditions, pay, benefits and dignity and respect on the job. In fact, the only way to gain a voice on the job and obtain real, positive changes in the workplace is to get it in writing; in a legally binding Federation contract. It makes sense.
When we stand alone, we are powerless. Our employer has the upper hand and calls all the shots. However, if we stand together, we gain the ability to demand a fair deal. The Federation believes that talk is cheap and that false company “promises” can’t protect our families. We understand that the only way working people can truly protect their jobs and their families is by standing together and negotiating a legally binding union contract. Have you had enough of broken promises? Tired of lousy pay and working conditions? Do you want a little respect on the job and security for your family? Then check out the Federation and what it has to offer. You’ll be glad you did.
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