Additional Resources

You've read about your right to start, join, or support a union in your workplace. You've also read about how to start a union and get in contact with a union organizer. Great! But guess what? We have even more resources for you to access.


Must Read LaborLab Resources

What Does "Unionize" Mean?

Forming a Labor Union: Understand Your Rights

Your right to unionize is protected by the U.S. Constitution

Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act—Why it’s Important to You

A Simple Guide to Protected Concerted Activity

How to Start a Union the Right Way

Is Your Employer Violating Your Right to Organize? What You Need to Know

How to File an Unfair Labor Practice Charge


LaborLab Downloads

Your Right to Unionize | Flyer


NLRA Enforcement

If you believe your NLRA rights have been violated, you should contact the NLRB.

How to File a Charge Against Your Employer With the National Labor Relations Board


More Resources on Launching a Union in Your Workplace

Who to contact to organize a union in your workplace


More Legal Resources

Workplace Fairness is a great legal resource for workers and can help connect you with legal professionals.

Workplace Fairness

Legal Aid At Work helps low-income people exercise and advance their workplace rights.

Legal Aid at Work

The National Lawyers Guild's mission is to use law as an effective force in the service of the people by valuing human rights and the rights of ecosystems over property interests.

National Lawyers Guild

The Civil Liberties Defense Center supports movements that seek to dismantle the economic structures at the root of social inequality.

Civil Liberties Defense Center