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UHealth Workers United aims to empower all workers by encouraging workers at all levels to learn more, participate, and become leaders in their workplace. Below, you will find some valuable resources that can help you on your journey to becoming a workplace organizer!  

Know Your Rights!

The Constitution's First Amendment guarantees freedom of speech, assembly, and petition, as well as freedom of association. The freedom of association encompasses the right of the group to take collective action to pursue the interests of its members. Therefore, the constitutionally protected freedom of association includes unionization and union-related activities.

U of U HR Official Neutrality‌ Policy  

Read the University of Utah policy on union membership. "Every employee is recognized to have the right to join, or to refuse to join, an employee organization. For the purpose of this policy, 'employee organization' includes a labor union or association."

Labor Lab 

Labor Lab is the only nonprofit watchdog organization that tracks and investigates corporate spending on union-busting. Their innovative research and reporting illuminate the special interests hell-bent on defeating workplace democracy.

Labor Notes

Labor Notes is a media and organizing project that has been the voice of union activists who want to put the movement back in the labor movement since 1979

Emergency Workplace Organizing Committee

The Emergency Workplace Organizing Committee is a project of the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE) and the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) to provide resources and training to workers looking to organize. 

Union Busting Playbook

In this Union-Busting Playbook, you can learn about common union-busting strategies and even read and hear examples from workers who have been through tough campaigns.