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Anti Union Man

Anti Union Man

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Published by: ThefreeUniversity Ofthe GeneralStrike on Mar 31, 2011
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AManager'sToolboxToRemainingUnion FreeCONFIDENTIAL
 
TABLE OF CONTENTSWal-Mart's Philosophy on Unions 2The Open Door 3Morale 4Reasons Why Associates Turn to Unions 5How Vulnerable Are You? (Morale Survey) 6 & 7Facts on Unions 8 & 9Union Authorization Cards 10 & 11Union Demand for Recognition 12 & 13Salting 14 to 19Early Warning Signs of Union Activity 20 & 21How to Respond to Union Activity 22 to 35Picketing or Handbilling 24Negative Publicity 25Union Rally/Union Contest 26 & 27Early Warning Signs Of Union Activity 28Union Reps Visiting Associates at the Facility 29Union Cards or Literature Found in Facility 30Associates Discussing Unions 31Handbilling in an Effort to Organize Associates 32Associates Attending Union Meetings 33Union Cards Being Distributed/Signed 34Union Reps Want to Talk Representation 35TIPS 36 to 39How to Respond to Associates' Questions on UnionsWal-Mart's Position 40Union Organizers & Union Promises 41Union Authorization Cards 42Union Meetings and Decertification 43Associates' Rights to Oppose Union 43Union Elections 44 & 45Union Fees 46 & 47Negotiations & Bargaining 48Strikes 49Dos and Don'ts Back CoverProperty of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. - Manger’s Toolbox 1997
 
INTRODUCTIONAs a member of Wal-Mart's management team, you are our first line of defense againstunionization.It is important you be ...• constantly alert for efforts by a union to organize your associates, and• constantly alert to any signs your associates are interested in a union.This toolbox has been put together for you by your Labor Relations Team. Take time tofamiliarize yourself with the contents in this toolbox. It will provide you with valuable informationon how to remain union free in the event union organizers choose your facility as their nexttarget.WHEN UNION ACTIVITY OCCURS, CALL...THE UNION HOTLINE501-273-8300Charlyn Jarrells 501-273-4456(Corporate)Linda Tipton 501-277-1202(Wal-Mart Stores)Matt Loveless 501-277-1167(Supercenters)Jill Wesbecher 501-277-7913(SAM'S Club)John Bell 501-273-4252(Distribution/Transportation)DO NOT GIVE THESE PHONE NUMBERSTO A UNION REPRESENTATIVE ORANYONE OUTSIDE WAL-MART!

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