Publication Date

May 1997

Abstract

[Excerpt] Membership involvement is important to help fight for good contracts, organize new members, and solve problems on the job. But most workers aren’t born union activists, and many don’t think their participation makes much difference. To convince them to get involved we have to show them that their participation will be worthwhile – and may even be enjoyable.

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Suggested Citation
Margolies, K. (1997). Building membership participation [Electronic version]. Steward Update, 8(3).
http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/articles/86/

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Copyright by Union Communication Services. Published version posted with special permission of the copyright holder.

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