Who should you contact to help you organize a union in your workplace? First, remember that unions are a pathway to empowering yourself and your coworkers by standing up and speaking in a unified voice. Unions aren't about empowering others to speak for you. The only way your union succeeds is with your involvement.
That said, some labor advocates spend their lives helping workers start unions in their workplaces. They're called ... drum-roll, please ... union organizers. Good union organizers can significantly improve your chances of success.
The first step in organizing a union in your workplace should be to contact a union organizer.
Select "Send me information on contacting a union organizer" to receive more guidance on taking the first step to workplace empowerment.
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