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Webinar: What you Need to Know About Union Organizing

In an era of the most pro-union President in history, union elections and success rates have skyrocketed.  Over the last year, the number of union petitions filed with the NLRB for an election grew by 58%, and the union win rate in those elections so far this year is 76.8%.  The Gallup polls show that public approval of labor unions reached 71% in 2022, the highest level since 1965.

Companies must be alert to these issues or be a union’s next success story.  If you don’t know the answers to the following questions, you need to attend this webinar:

  • What preventive steps I can take now to avoid union problems later?
  • What are the warning signs of union activity starting at my facility?
  • What immediate steps should I be taking at the outset of union organizing?
  • Do I have a tentative game plan to conduct a union-free campaign?
  • What are the real costs associated with union representation?

This webinar is conducted by Jim Wimberly and Marty Steckel, old-time “labor lawyers” and veterans of hundreds of union election campaigns with a “win” rate of over 90%.  The speakers believe the best way to win a union election is never to have one, and many “secrets” of union-free status will be revealed.

Presented by James W. Wimberly, Jr. & Martin H. Steckel.

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union organizing promo webinar
Webinar Date: Friday, October 07, 2022
Start Time: 12:00 PM
End Time: 12:45 PM
Presenter(s): James W. Wimberly, Jr. & Martin H. Steckel


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