Unifor Rights at Work LIVESTREAM

Wednesday, February 26, 2014 - 18:00 to 19:00

How do we defend our Rights at Work?

LIVESTREAM: Wednesday February 26
1pm AT | 12pm ET - livestream.com/rabbletv

Unifor is organizing a series of leadership meetings right across the country – and we will be live streaming our meeting in Halifax on February 26.

Unions exist to make conditions for workers fairer and safer, across all sectors and workplaces.

The central work of unions - collective bargaining -benefits all workers and it gives them a greater say in their working conditions.

But this isn’t possible though without the laws that make unions and bargaining feasible. Conservative politicians – in the federal government and provincial governments across Canada are trying to dismantle these laws.

The suggestion that Conservative politicians are concerned about workers and jobs couldn’t be farther from the truth. Conservative attacks on labour laws are not about choice, but removing choice for workers, in favour of business.

Unifor is standing up for your rights at work – and your right to even have and exercise these rights.

Historically and today unions are an agent of equality and fairness. Together, we need to ensure that unions are strong so that we can continue to push for greater workplace rights, living wages, retirement security and other social benefits.   

 

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Katie Arnup

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