Labor Union

What is a Labor Union?

A labor union or trade union is defined as an organized group of workers. This group of individuals unites to make decisions about conditions affecting their work and the welfare of other workers. Labor unions strive to bring economic justice to the workplace and social justice to our nation for each and every individual working on a wage.

If you look at the numbers, there are more than 60 unions representing more than 14 million workers throughout the country. No matter what work you do and where your place of work is, there’s probably a union that represents your work. The ultimate reason to join a union is higher pay, better benefits, and a voice on the job to speak up about any injustice done. As a union member, you have a collective voice as well. It is regarding factors such as pay and wages, work hours, benefits, workplace health and safety, and ways to balance work and family.

Also, See: Contract Labour Act

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