The Right - the Entitlement -

To Organise In Unions

Shows Why We Should Be On Equal terms With Our Bosses

By Ed McDonnell, Retired Tutor in Trade Union Education.

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The Right To Organise In Unions.pdf   the book.

144 pages. v. 2019.1 of June 2109

The 'Right To Organise' Chart.pdf   a page of summary diagrams

A Twenty Page Read.pdf    18 pages - v. 2018.6

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Reviews of 'Look At The System' (of which this is an extract)

NW Labour History

"….  as far from an academic handbook on your rights at work…

as it's possible to imagine… has the feel of the shop floor “.

The late Tony Benn  "… a great book to explain the essentials".

 

A Super-quick Read –

The deal you have with employers is unfair.

Businesses are people organized together. So are Public Services.

Every day, they act together as organizations, collectively, affecting

and dominating everybody else in society.

They, most of them workers, should look, from their individual position,

at why they are entitled to organize and act together too, as union members.

Its time we caught up with the Industrial Revolution:

They are organised – You are entitled to be.

 

Its the biggest problem in society because without the mass

of people being organized, it leaves work and business,

the most important activities in society, to be run by

business people, who do organise in their own interests.

People know they’d be stronger in a union. But that doesn’t

make the political case for their entitlement to be.

It’s not because employers can get someone else from the

unemployed. It’s because they’ve got so many staff.

This case urgently needs making, with fellow-workers,

with people generally, and with the media and politicians.

 

The full book 'Look At The System’ is at

 www.lookatthesystem.com

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