Management Tactics

Hey! The Boss Is Calling Me Into the Office
In many workplaces, harassment on the shop floor is backed up by the threat of being written up or sent into the office.

The Grievance Meeting: How to Present a Grievance to Management
The first stages of filing a grievance can be the most important, no matter what kind of grievance procedure your contract contains.

Beating Management at the Grievance Game
How to protect members and enforce the contract when management is trying to derail the grievance procedure.

Dealing with Difficult Supervisors
Supervisors have different strategies to try to put stewards off, trip you up or get around the contract. There's no one-size-fits-all strategy for dealing with difficult supervisors. But being prepared can help you feel more confident, be more effective and avoid getting caught off guard.


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