What is “Union Democracy”?
do you believe that public employees should be allowed to have choices when it comes to union representation? if you said, “yes,” Then you support union democracy.
79% of union workers believe they should have choices. 75% agree workers should have voting rights.
During a time of unprecedented economic uncertainty for Connecticut’s middle class, public service workers across the state are fighting to make their voice — and choice — heard.
Recertification election would do just that.
In short, recertification election would allow public employees in Connecticut to vote on which public sector union represents them.
Join us to support union recertification in Connecticut.
We surveyed real Connecticut public union members. This is what they told us.
A survey was fielded in October 2018 to N=302 public union members, with a margin of error of +/- 5.66%. These are their responses.
3 out of 4 believe that public union members have the right to vote on the union that represents them at the workplace.
Yet, less than half are aware of a process called “recertification.”
2 out of 3 would be interested in hearing from a new or different union at the workplace.
About half say they would likely keep their current union, but half say they would likely go with a new or different union or forgo union representation altogether.
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