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Bargaining OSCES

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Once a Union is Formed

Negotiating a Contract Once the company recognizes the union (via card check) or the union wins an NLRB election, the company and union must negotiate a contract which spells out terms of employment for those workers eligible for the contract. …

Your Right to Organize

The right to have a union, support a union, and engage in union activity is protected by State and Federal law. It is illegal for management to harass, intimidate, punish, or fire anyone for exercising your legally protected right to organize.

Forming a union

Step 1: Initial Contacts Organizers and employees meet to assess the level of interest among coworkers and determine who might want to take a leadership role in the organizing drive. Step 2: Building An Organizing Committee Employees who strongly support …

Bargaining Nondiscrimination

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Bargaining Salary

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Federal Income Tax Deductible/Non-deductible Dues

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Local Chapter Development: Ten steps for organizing

Step One: Form a Steering Committee What is a Steering Committee A Steering Committee is a small group of people who share common interest and goals Whom can I contact? Friends, classmates, roommates, club members, people in your dorm. How …

Bargaining ESSA

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OEA-R Advisory Council

OEA-R Advisory Council Leads Activities In Ohio, members of the OEA-R Advisory Council guide a group of thousands of retirees. They are among the most active in the work of the Ohio Education Association – whether in support of political …