Think Before Signing a Union Card: special dvd offer

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By giving your employees the information they need to make informed, educated decisions about issues that could impact them both personally and professionally, you’re proving to them that “open door communication” isn’t just a management catchphrase at your company – it’s a top priority.

This DVD will give your company a powerful tool to open dialogue with employees about signing a union authorization card. Your employees deserve to know about the potential outcomes that signing a union card can bring. This video will encourage discussions. It will bring about questions. It will clear the lines of communication, and it will give your company the invaluable opportunity to provide support through education.

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Employees will hear straight from a union organizer who shares the tactics and strategies that he used to convince employees to sign up. They will also hear from employees about their own experiences dealing with union organizing pressure and the impact it had on their personal and professional lives.

Although it’s an employee’s choice to sign or not sign a union authorization card, management can give employees the knowledge they need to make an informed decision about union cards and labor unions. In this case, an ounce of prevention is worth MUCH more than a pound of cure.

Why use this video?

Knowledge is power and today’s multimedia workforce responds well to short videos as opposed to letters or lengthy meetings. In less than nine minutes, this video provides a foundation of information and supports management in opening dialogue about labor unions.

When do I use this video?

Organizations use this not only during card signing drives or when their local area has union activity, but also proactively during orientation, staff meetings or other group meetings.

What do employees say about this video?

“I liked the tone of this video. I felt respected. Instead of telling us what to do, this video really made us think.”
“I had no idea about any of this. I am grateful that someone took the time to tell us”
“I wish I would have seen this before I signed the card.”