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Millions of professionals can't all be wrongMillions of fire fighters, nurses, teachers, and airline workers have a contract. We can’t all be wrong.

the right to join a union has always been an American right

<< Back to About | Report Carrier Interference (pdf) Carrier inter fence should be documented in writing (not electronically), using the link provided.

You have a right to join the world’s largest airline union.

When you join, you benefit from higher pay, better benefits, safer working conditions, and fair work rules. It’s your right to thrive.

What you do with your better pay, benefits, and security is your business. Assuring you get the right to thrive is our business.

You have all these rights

Managers and their hired consultants
cannot, by law, infringe on your right to thrive

If you feel that your rights are violated at any time during the IAM organizing campaign, contact Tim Nelson immediately.
(224) 234-5414 – Cell

Along with rights come responsibilities

These guidelines are intended to assist you in understanding your rights in achieving an airline union, and to ensure that you stay within the legal bounds for protected activity in seeking an airline union.

While at work you can discuss the airline union just the same as you can talk about family, the weather, the latest sports scores or industry news. Like any other conversation, talking about an airline union should not interfere with work duties.

Organizing activity, like soliciting your co-workers to sign an IAM representation card – a necessary step when you want to join an airline union – must be limited to non-work times and in non-work areas. In other words, you can ask and encourage co-workers to join an airline union before and after work, in crew lounges, break rooms, and other non-work areas at the airport, unless the company has specific, non-discriminatory rules in place that prohibit doing so. Any other location away from work is fine.

Supervisors must not intimidate, coerce or interfere with you in any way for conducting organizing activity to join an airline union. If this happens to you please report it to an IAM representative. Do not be confrontational or insubordinate. If you are given a direct order by a supervisor or company representative to cease certain union organizing activity, comply with that order and inform the IAM immediately.

It is illegal for the company to favor one union over another, or for one union to be given greater access or fewer restrictions for organizing activity. Again, report any such favoritism to an IAM representative.

While you are engaged in organizing activity, never interfere with another employee in the performance of her or his work duties, or cause a disruption in the work place. If someone does not want to talk about an airline union, then simply end the conversation politely and walk away.

Next step to join an airline union

Your right to have an airline workers union is protected.