Union OrganizingOffering Legal Guidance to Workers Interested in Organizing to Advocate for a Better Workplace
The instinct of employees to work together to improve their incomes and working conditions is not a product of a law or of a government regulation. In fact, if working people waited to collectively confront their employers until after labor law gave them the right to do so, we would have neither labor laws nor unions today. Once enacted, labor legislation regulated the manner by which employees’ labor organizations could become the lawful exclusive representatives for the purpose of collectively bargaining a labor contract.
Our labor lawyers have extensive experience and knowledge of the Federal and State labor law regulating the elections process. Whether a spontaneous act of employees without guidance or a sophisticated organizing effort by an international union we stand ready, willing and able to counsel and represent those acting collectively to improve their working conditions.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss your situation or legal rights with a Wisconsin labor law attorney.