WARNING: This is for employees only. This is NOT for management.
Despite the fact that over 90% of employees in unions today never voted to unionize, unions spend millions of dollars bankrolling union organizers and politicians to put more people into unions.
However, there are very few resources for employees to learn how to kick an unwanted union out of their workplace—and employers are legally forbidden to help them.
In this episode of Union Free Radio, in addition to providing listeners a step-by-step “how-to” guide to decertify unions, host Peter List walks listeners through the decertification process and some of the legal terminology—from Election Bars and Contract Bars to Blocking Charges—that is important for employees to understand if they are interested in decertification.
“If you say you believe in the Freedom of Association or the right to join a particular organization (like a group, a social club, a political party, or a union), you’ve also got to believe in its concomitant, which is the Freedom to Disassociate from that organization.” List states. “If you don’t, you’re nothing more than a hypocrite.”
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Articles and resources cited in this episode:
- Unelected Representatives: 94 percent of Union Members Never Voted for a Union
- Mountaire employees ask for vote to disband union at Delaware plant
- ExxonMobil shares details about coming union vote
- How can I resign my union membership? – National Right to Work Foundation
- NLRB’s Basic Guide To The National Labor Relations Act
- KickMyUnionOut.com | Is the Timing Right?
- KickMyUnionOut.com | Steps To Decertifying A Union
- Sample Decertification Form
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