The majority of employers try to talk their employees out of organizing with a Union. Why? Primarily because they know that, with a Union standing behind them, workers will have a voice in the workplace.
Unions give workers a real voice on the job to stand up for themselves, their families and their future. Having a strong collective voice gives working men and women the authority to negotiate good pay, strong benefits, an effective grievance and arbitration process, and dignity and respect where they work.
The only proven way to bring about real and positive changes for working men and women is to get it in WRITING — in a legally-binding Teamster contract. Remember, when workers stand alone they are powerless. The employer holds all the cards and calls all the shots. By standing together, as one united voice, workers gain a seat at the table and the ability to demand fairness for the work they perform everyday.
The Teamsters Union is made up of 1.3 million working men and women across the United States and Canada. We are truck drivers, nurses, police officers, delivery drivers, school employees, food workers, airline employees and much more. Today, the Teamsters Union is one of the strongest and most powerful Unions because of the diversity of our membership.
If you know someone who would benefit from the wages, health care, pensions and job security provided by the Teamsters Union, please contact Michigan Teamsters Joint Council #43 today at (586) 519-3905 or email Dave Hughes at firstname.lastname@example.org
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