Federal and state laws provide three important rights to workers: 1) the right to organize and join a labor union of their choice; 2) the right to bargain collectively for a contract covering wages and working conditions, and; 3) the right to engage in group (“concerted”) activity against the employer. In addition, labor unions must treat their members fairly.
Check these fact sheets and resources for information about your rights and steps you can take to protect them. If you need further information or assistance, contact the Workers’ Rights Clinic.
Fact Sheets and Other Self-Help Tools
- Union Activity: The Right to Organize printer-friendly version
- Duty of Fair Representation printer-friendly version