Knowledge is Power

January 23, 2013: Know your rights and stay informed with resources from TDU.

Running for Local Union Office

$20. This comprehensive guide covers building your team, campaign do's and don'ts, phone and email lists, flyers, mailers, websites, Facebook, fundraising, negative attacks, observing the vote count, and much more. Click here.

 

The Complete Union Steward's Guide

$27.95. The indispensable survival manual for labor's frontline troops.
Click here.

 

Grievances

$8. The mechanics of the grievance procedure and organizing tips to involve members. Click here.

 

The STAA Handbook

$10. This handy, clearly written guidebook is a roadmap to understanding and using one of the most effective tools available to transportation industry workers to enforce truck safety. Click here.

 

Books from Robert Schwartz
Expert labor attorney and educator

$22. Just Cause. Covers how to prepare and win discipline and discharge grievances, focusing on seven principles of Just Cause: fair notice, prior enforcement, due process, substantial evidence, equal treatment, progressive discipline and mitigating and extenuating circumstances. Click here.

Also see: The Legal Rights of Union Stewards and The FMLA Handbook.

Click here to order at TDU's online store.

Prices do not include shipping. Contact TDU for discounts on orders of five or more copies.


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