• The technology, media and telecommunications industry remains an important target for organized labor.  Indeed, while perhaps counterintuitive, the new crowd of hip, highly educated innovators and creative-types may prove to be fertile ground for more traditional organizing efforts

  • Even highly skilled and well compensated workers can be vulnerable to union organizing. Employers’ efforts to maintain non-union status should be carefully tailored to address employee concerns and unique circumstances on a case by case basis.

  • Employer educational efforts remain a critical tool for helping to educate employees about the downsides of representation.