Do I really need the Union?
August 17, 2013
We all believe in being treated fairly on are jobs, but does your job treat you fair. Do they pay you what you deserve? Why do we need union? I am going to explain to you what the union is. I am going to talk about the benefits of having a union job and a non-union job. I am going to explain to you what collective bargaining is.
We all know that to survive in life we are going to have to work. Most of our parents told us right after we graduated. That you are either going to go to school or you are going to get a job. What are parents didn’t tell us, was that it was going to be hard to get one. Most employers have strict hiring policies when it comes to young adults. Employers would rather hire someone with experience in the job they are putting in for. So if I am fresh out of high school and I have never worked before it is going to be hard for me to get a job. When you get a job now you have to work even harder to keep it. Because they will try to replace you with someone who comes though with more experience than you do. That is why you will need the union on your job. A lot of people don’t know what the union is or what the union does. The union is an organization of working people who unite to get rights on their job that they could not get by themselves. It is the union job to help you when you get disciplinary action on the job. It is also the union job to make sure you are working in a safe working environment. You do have to pay dues while in the union, but you also have job security while in the union. As individuals the workers are no match for the employers. The more union members that you have the more you can receive from the employers. Union is all about power the more member ship you have the more you can receive. The less membership you have you have no power at all.
When you become a union member you are entitled to plenty of benefits. If your job...
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