Remaining Union Free
Is your company at risk of being unionized?
If your employees were seeking union representation, how would you know?
After attending this informative, half-day program, you will understand the motivations of employees who try to unionize employers, and you will be able to identify workplace behaviors which are the first clues that your employees may be attempting to unionize. We explore the current status of organized labor; the hot-button issues used by unions to tempt non-organized employees into unionizing; the supervisor’s influence on whether the employer ultimately remains union-free; and what supervisors can and should say to employees about unions. We also introduce managers and supervisors to methods which will lawfully allow them to speak with their employees about unions even if the subject has not been raised by employees.
Some of the topics covered by this seminar include:
- Why do employees unionize? How do unions operate, and on what do they spend their members’ dues?
- What do unions have to offer to a well-compensated workforce?
- How do unions secretly develop support among non-unionized workers?
- What can employers lawfully say to their employees to persuade them against unionizing?