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Preface Chapter 1Getting Started
Chapter 2Understanding the Organizing Model of Unionism
Chapter 3Undertaking Strategic Planning
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AFL-CIO anti-union Appendix Baltimore County bargaining basic become Bill Barry Board boss build the union campaign chart check-off co-workers constantly create decisions dues elected employer employment essential evaluate example expenses families figure FMLA functions funds highest union important income increase membership involvement incumbent officers International Union issues and restrictions John Sweeney Kaizen keep Labor Law lawyer leaflets locals look meetings membership participation methods of communications Model of Unionism move National Labor Relations Network newsletter numbers occupations Old Joe Organizing Model percent political action priorities private sector proactive attitude problem public sector unions ran for office reactive Remember reporting back requires Servicing Model skills social activities stewards strategic planning Taft-Hartley Act task things understand union activities union contract union hall union members union membership rate union officers Union Stewards union's finances wage and salary workplace