Do I have the right to be represented by a union?

2. Talk to co-workers that you trust

It's best to start by talking to just a few people that you trust.

Many employers don't want their workers to have a . If there's no union, each worker is on their own when dealing with the employer.

The law says your employer can't punish you for trying to set up a union. But you still might not want your employer to find out that you're thinking about getting a union into the workplace.

Talk to co-workers during a break or after work to find out if they are interested in talking to a union. Together, you can decide to find out more about getting union staff to help bring a union into your workplace.

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