WITH THE UNION, YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO NEGOTIATE
If you don’t have a union, you don’t have the right to negotiate with management – nothing is negotiable – and management has the right to make every decision about your job. But as union members, we have the right to negotiate with our bosses over pretty much anything that affects us at work. For us, everything is negotiable, and that’s a great right for working people to have. It means we can challenge any managerial decisions that we consider unfair, and we can constantly negotiate to improve our working conditions. The strength of our numbers, and our solid unity, gives us bargaining power. So we are able to negotiate good deals that benefit us.