3 edition of Hearing on union corporate campaign tactics found in the catalog.
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office in Washington
Written in English
|LC Classifications||KF27 .E367 1995m|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||96152217|
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Dezinformatsia: Active Measures in Soviet Strategy (and a later edition published as Dezinformatsia: The Strategy of Soviet Disinformation) is a non-fiction book about disinformation and information warfare used by the KGB during the Soviet Union period, as part of their active measures tactics. The book was co-authored by Richard H. Shultz, professor of international Authors: Richard H. Shultz and Roy Godson. Whether you're a new union steward, or simply want to bone up on your legal knowledge for an upcoming campaign, Robert Schwartz's The Legal Rights of Union Stewards is a welcome addition to your library. This easy to navigate book is a primer on your rights as a steward and walks you through all the basics from the National Labor Relations Act.
But the results of independent science don’t always shine a favorable light on corporate products and practices. In response, some corporations manipulate science and scientists to distort the truth about the dangers of their products, using a set of tactics made famous decades ago by the tobacco industry. We call these tactics the. Rule to Require Employers to Disclose Use of Anti-Union Consultants Workers from various unions in protesting the Waterman Steamship Corporation’s repair division in Maryland. Credit Author: Noam Scheiber.
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Hearing on union corporate campaign tactics: hearing before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourth Congress, first session, hearing held in Washington, DC, Octo The targets of SEIU’s corporate campaigns find themselves on the defensive and, tied to traditional public responses, are often flummoxed by the intensity and thoroughness of the SEIU’s efforts.
There is, however, a new arrow in the quiver that can be used by firms that are being attacked in a corporate campaign/5(10). Corporate campaigns have become organized labor's preferred tactic to recruit new dues-paying members.
In a corporate campaign, unions hit companies with constant negative publicity, litigation, and regulatory investigations that put severe financial pressure on.
Led a litigation team on behalf of a luxury hotel company in a labor arbitration hearing over union work rules involving millions of dollars in.
Prepare employer campaign materials. In advance of any union petition filing, it is essential that an employer develop materials that will allow employees. Union-Organizing Techniques Demands for recognition and claims of majority support Employee visits and cell formation Union “salts” Offsite employee social events (i.e., union-sponsored happy hour) Invitations to employer to debate or attend union meetings Hand billing Hearing on union corporate campaign tactics book informational picketing (area standards) Rallying behind employees during major adverse eventFile Size: KB.
Union-busting consultants often advise employers to delay every step of the way, and find loopholes in the law to delay union elections or contract negotiations.
Sometimes they cross legal lines. Since employers are trying to do everything they can to reduce union support, potential penalties are viewed as worth the risk. The best way to defeat. happens, the campaign participants or supporters will be ready for more.
Communicate them all at once and there's no involvement in the 'story' of the campaign. A good campaign has to be like a book or a drama - the outcome must be important but unknown. Showing a problem may lead to concern but in itself that won't lead to Size: KB.
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The arbitrator reviews the grievance at a hearing and then makes the decision, which is presented in a document called the award. When a union contract expires and a new agreement has not been reached, the union may impose economic pressure on the firm.
These tactics may take the form of strikes, boycotts, picketing, or corporate : Lawrence J. Gitman, Carl McDaniel, Amit Shah, Monique Reece, Linda Koffel, Bethann Talsma, James C.
The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) had to defend its organizing tactics to a jury for the first time ever and lost when a jury found that it wrongfully interfered with the unionizing target's business relations.
A detailed public account of IRI’s involvement in a past union campaign, at the Yale New Haven Hospital in Connecticut inshows that the firm prepared a training manual more than 30 pages.
At Labor Relations Institute, our campaign management is tailored to your business every step of the way. including numerous disruptive anti-corporate campaign tactics. In the end employee rejected the unions by a 3 to 1 margin.
Union Elections Won. Direct Relationships Preserved To order a union-specific Campaign Data Pac. How to Win (and Prevent) a Surprise Union Campaign Short Election Windows Require a Solid Strategy for Winning As union officials watched their membership numbers decline over the last several decades, they learned this key lesson: when unions go head-to-head with a company that treats employees well and communicates the facts about union.
The ultimate goal of a corporate campaign, however, is usually to get the employer to remain neutral – in other words, to get the employer to agree not to contest the union’s efforts to organize employees, or to exercise its free speech rights under NLRA Section 8(c) – as a tradeoff for the union stopping the corporate campaign.
Union Tactics Matter: The Impact of Union Tactics on Certification Elections, First Contracts and Membership Rates. Abstract [Excerpt] This study examines the impact of union tactics on certification election win rates, first contracts and post-contract membership rates in the public sector.
Based on an in-depth survey of union. SEIU goons behaved shamelessly during this so-called corporate campaign. Dave wrote a book about his experience with SEIU called, The Devil at My Doorstep.
know to the depths union bosses will. Example: The South Asia We Can Campaign to End All Violence against Women provides a page campaign strategy for its first phase on the campaign site.
The paper summarizes the campaign rationale, the goal and objectives, the orientation for the first two years, information on the target audience and campaign alliance building, visibility guidelines, main activities at.
-Union representation is solely for workers, and employers should not be granted rights as formal participants in the process-Some campaign tactics are hard to observe or measure and most are undertaken quietly-Employer antiunion campaign tactics reduce the likelihood that employees will vote for unions.
Identifying and responding to early union activity. An employer might also begin communicating its views on unions as soon as employees begin discussing a possible union effort. Anti-union consultants counsel employers to “conduct an aggressive, intimidating offensive as soon as any workers begin discussing unionization” [Gordon Lafer File Size: 36KB.
The labor relations tug-of-war in Wisconsin—pitting state government against unionized public employees—could go either way.
It might sound the death knell of organized labor. Or it could spur renewed organizing by labor unions in all employment sectors.
If your workers suddenly expressed an interest in union representation, would you know how to react?Tactics Used by Labor Unions: Striking & Collective Bargaining. Generally speaking, workers must individually decide if wages and conditions are acceptable on their jobs, and allow the forces of the labor market to sort out pay and conditions.
Occasionally, workers organize unions in attempts to collectively. AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka once called a corporate campaign the “death of a thousand cuts.” He was referring to a type of union organizing strategy that uses an arsenal of legal, political, and public relations attacks to wear down a company’s resistance to unionization.
These tactics are intended to impose financial and legal liabilities on the target .