Kicking an unwanted union out of your workplace is not difficult as long as a majority of employees want to do it.
There are two ways through which employees can kick a union out of their workplace:
Because both ways require a majority of employees to support kicking their union out, by far, the easiest way to accomplish this task is through employees demanding their employer to withdraw recognition.
As long as you are in the appropriate time frames (i.e., either 90-60 days prior to the expiration of your contract, or after the contract has expired) here's how to do it:
That's it! You're done.
If your employer fails to withdraw recognition, you can either file a charge with the National Labor Relations Board OR request assistance from an organization like the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation*.
* Note: This website is NOT affiliated with the National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation in any way.
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