As workplace injustices continue and increase, it is now more important than ever, that unions form and prosper to defend people’s rights and fight for better pay and more job opportunities.
In the short term, it may not seem important to have someone fight for you, but in the long run, it is not only important but necessary. As people go into the workforce, they are met with long hours without fair compensation, and yet they have no legal representation because they either can’t afford it or it is prohibited for them to set up unions. It matters that people have unions and representation to fight for better pay and more job opportunities.
Seeing a Future with Unions
Myles, from Chicago, has his eye on the long game, and his union is an important part of that planning. Whether it’s ensuring workplace safety today or helping with professional development and retirement in the never-too-far-away future, a union is the perfect partner.