Know Your Rights

ACCORDING TO U.S. LAW – MANAGEMENT CANNOT:

  • Threaten or coerce employees in order to discourage support for the union.
  • Spy on union activities.
  • Ask you about your union activities and opinion.
  • Fire, transfer or demote employees for union activities.
  • Threaten to close the facility if the union is voted in.
  • Bribe the employees to vote against the union.
  • Deny employees the right to vote for the union.

 YOUR RIGHTS UNDER THE LAW

“Employees shall  have the right to self-organization, to form, join or assist labor organizations (unions) to bargain collectively through
representatives of their own choosing…”

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT, SEC. 7 

The United States government guarantees your absolute right to;

  • Help form or join a union.
  • Bargain over wages, benefits, and working conditions with your employer.
  • Wear union buttons, T-shirts, stickers, or other items on the job.
  • Attend meetings to discuss joining a union.
  • Talk about the union during work time, as long as it doesn’t interfere with work.
  • Distribute union literature, on lunch or on breaks, on or off the company property.

American’s With Disability Act  (ADA)

Tennessen Warning

Weingarten Rights

Loudermill Rights

Veteran’s Preference

Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

Activity Leave, Parenting Leave and MN Sick Leave Laws

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