Union Organizing

A union is any group organized by a number of people to protect humanrights in a given field. For a union to carry out its purposeeffectively, various steps ought to be followed as shown below.

Knowingyour rights

Forming an organization committee

Endorse a concern program

Sign up people on union cards

Win the election

Agree on a contract

  1. Knowing Your Rights

The sole purpose of forming a union is to protect human interestsand rights (Kearneyand Patrice 23). Before forming a union, the rights tobe protected must be identified. Human rights are documented in theconstitution. However, there are various people and organizationsthat still violate them.

  1. Forming an Organization Committee

For the union to operate properly, a committee must be formed. Themain purpose of the committee is to ensure proper running of theunion thereby avoiding chaos.

  1. Endorse a Concern Program

The committee must come up with a specific design for the union. Thisdesign will enable the union to function efficiently andconveniently.

  1. Sign Up People On Union Cards

All major decisions made are done through a vote. For any policy togo through there must be a good number of individuals supporting themotion. As such, for a union, there must be a proof that a majorityof people support the motion (Kearneyand Patrice 23). The committee must go out of its wayto gather signatures supporting their purpose.

  1. Win the Election

If the committee manages to gather the required number of signatures,they proceed on to an election. They must gather many votes in theelection, or else, the union will not be formed.

  1. Agree on a Contract

After winning the election, the union is free to be formed. Since themain reason for creating the union was to protect human rights, itshould negotiate an agreement with the concerned parties.

Generally,there is a small difference between a union in public and privatesectors. First of all, human rights are the same regardless of thetype of institution. However, there are a number of policies thatdiffer from the public to the private sectors. Public sectors areregulated by the government, while private sectors are regulated bythe interests of the boss. Nonetheless, these policies must be in away that favors the employees too.

TheUnited States has two bodies that govern labor and union. These arethe National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and Federal Labor RelationsAuthority (FLRA) (Green45).The NLRB was mainly created to implement theNational Labor Relations Act. On the other hand, FLRA was formed togive a vivid perspective of the structure of the various workers.

The members of the union are mainly workers in the specified fieldwho are affected by the stated rights (Green15). According to the National Labor Relations Act,employers are recommended to join unions. Some employees are alsoallowed to enter the unions although not all of them. Employees suchas accountants, domestic workers, and those related to employerscannot join unions. In addition, supervisors and managers are notallowed to be part of unions.

Works Cited

Green,Michael Z. &quotThe NLRB as an Überagency for the EvolvingWorkplace.&quot&nbspEmoryLaw Journal&nbsp64(2015).

Kearney,Richard C., and Patrice M. Mareschal.&nbspLaborrelations in the public sector.crc Press, 2014.