|The UNION Difference.|
|1. Wages, benefits, and working conditions are protected by a legal contract.||1. Management can change wages, benefits, and working conditions unilaterally.|
|2. A contract spells out how much each worker earns.||2. No one knows how much anyone else earns. Disparate treatment/favoritism exists.|
|3. Unions negotiate raises for everyone. Members vote on it, and if they feel
it is unfair, they may vote it down.
|3. If you want a raise, you must plead your case to a supervisor or manager.|
|4. If you are unfairly disciplined, unions provide due process to protect against
|4. If you are unfairly disciplined, you are on your own (at-will employee). You are subject
only to policy.
|5. If you don’t like something at work, you can work together to change it.||5. If you don’t like something at work, you are at the mercy of management.|
LIVE BETTER. WORK UNION.