The 'Right-to-Work' Stress Test

From Labor Notes: Organizing against 'Right-to-Work' will not only boost membership, but also get more members engaged and help us win on issues.

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We know that so-called right to work is bad for workers, and we have to fight it. The silver lining is that the most effective way to prepare is to get organized on the job. It’s not easy, but it’s also not a distraction; it’s the core work of the union. The results will not only boost membership, but also get more members engaged and help us win on issues.

Click here to take the 'Right-to-Work' Stress Test from Labor Notes and download the toolkit so you can give the test to co-workers.


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  • commented 2017-05-16 21:30:11 -0400
    It’s quite the task to energize your base,in a TOP DOWN organization that

    has serial corruption issues .That aren’t being dealt with in a BALANCED & FAIR
    manner.
    What exactly has been gained in the last decade & 1/2 of the consent decree…
    A abysmal FAILURE. .the scales of justice has a lawyer’s foot on the scale tipping it in favor of the incumbents !
    YOU CAN’T WIN a RIGGED GAME
  • commented 2017-05-16 21:30:10 -0400
    It’s quite the task to energize your base,in a TOP DOWN organization that

    has serial corruption issues .That aren’t being dealt with in a BALANCED & FAIR
    manner.
    What exactly has been gained in the last decade & 1/2 of the consent decree…
    A abysmal FAILURE. .the scales of justice has a lawyer’s foot on the scale tipping it in favor of the incumbents !
    YOU CAN’T WIN a RIGGED GAME
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