Giving Employees the Tools to Achive Workplace Freedom from Unwanted Unions

For employees looking for general information about unions or looking for help, below is a listing of resources available on the internet:​

Information About Specific Unions

  • AFT Facts: A website created by the Center for Union Facts with information specific to the American Federation of Teachers
  • SEIU Monitor: A website with information specific to the Service Employees International Union
  • Teachers Unions Exposed: A website created by the Center for Union Facts with information specific to teachers' unions.
  • Teamsters for a Democratic Union: TDU is a website maintained by and for members of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.
  • UFCW Monitor: A website with information specific to the United Food and Commercial Workers.

General Information and Resources:

  • Association for Union Democracy ( The Association for Union Democracy is a website maintained for union members and explains Union Member's Bill of Rights.
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics: The U.S. Department of Labor's tracking of the American workforce. Provides breakdowns on union membership, by sector and state, on an annual basis.
  • Center for Union Facts ( Provides information about specific unions
  • Labor Union Report: Part of, Labor Union Report provides news and opinion about todays' unions
  • National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation: A nonprofit, charitable organization. NRTW's mission is to eliminate coercive union power and compulsory unionism abuses through strategic litigation, public information, and education programs.
  • Underfunded Pension Plans: Many of the nation's defined benefit retirement plans are underfunded. The U.S. Department of Labor maintains a list of pension 
  • Union Corruption Update: Run by the National Legal and Policy Center, UCU tracks union corruption posting articles on a frequent basis.
  • U.S. Department of Labor ( Provides all financial reports, as required by law, for every international union, as well as local unions
  • Provides statistical information (compiled from the Bureau of Labor Statiscs) about union membership in the U.S.

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