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Organized Labor Threat Matrix

Co-sponsors of National Right to Work in the U.S. House

Co-sponsors of National Right to Work in the U.S. Senate

States with "Right-to-work" legislation

States prohibiting payroll dues deductions

Supreme Court Case, Janus vs AFSCME

Recent Union History

In 2017, anti-labor activities gathered strength. It's not a single point of conflict, but a long string of decisive and exacting measures that have been enacted with a singular purpose: to destroy unions and set working people back 150 years. The battles are being waged on many fronts, and with an anti-Labor Administration, Congress and Court, now is the time to fight back before it's too late.

Why Now?

Anti-worker forces have used their connections to silence labor's voice. It's time for us to be heard again! Their power lies in the wealth they have accumulated by exploiting workers and challenging our rights, and they have used their money to spread the best lies money can buy, villainizing working people along the way.

Our power lies in our collective voice. Both sides know that when unions are strong, all workers win. And unions are strongest when they too, are connected and communicating with the loud, clear voices of their members.

The threats to working people are real. And we are their last line of defense.

Loss of Dues Paycheck Deductions

Our opponents are trying to cut off our oxygen and suffocate the labor movement. They will not stop until every state bans payroll deduction of dues, making it harder for unions to represent their members.

So-called "Right-to-Work" Laws

28 States have enacted some form of "Right to Work" laws, and the national legislation has more cosponsors than ever before. With an anti-worker Congress and President, the threat is real.

National Legislation

In addition to so-called "Right to Work" and "Paycheck Protection" bills, this anti-worker President and Congress are promising to roll back worker protections that Organized Labor has spent 150 years fighting for. In the states, our opponents are asking legislatures to pre-empt worker-friendly local ordinances.

Pending Judicial Issues

A conservative Supreme Court is about to hear Janus v. AFSCME, which would devastate public sector unions, as well as any union representing employees of any government agency or contractor, from toll collectors to road workers to building services staff.

The Ongoing War On Workers

Corporations continue to strip workers of basic decencies with their large donations to anti-worker candidates and lawmakers.

Changes at the NLRB

The Trump administration has tipped the National Labor Relations Board to meet his agenda of crushing labor from within.

Communicate. Connect. Collect.

How the 3 Cs Work for Unions

Communicate, Collect and Connect. We believe these three words are critical to a union's survival and are the keys to labor's growth. UnionTrack gives labor leaders the tools to engage their members in a wide variety of ways, including email, text and social media. Local officers and the International Union can now communicate directly with their members, creating a more connected union and a more unified base.


Your members want to hear from you, and they want to be heard, as well. This is how engagement builds over time. For the first time, UnionTrack gives unions the ability to hold two-way conversations with their members in real time, so you know what your members are thinking. They then begin to amplify your messaging through social media and in one-on-one conversations with other members, their family and friends.


Two-way conversations make members feel more connected to the union. They become more active and committed, and are more likely to engage in advocacy, COPE, and organizing efforts. They know their union is looking out for them because they see it in real time. A more connected union makes for stronger collective action.


Use that connection with your members to collect their opinions through live surveys. Identify your up-and-coming leaders and recognize your most influential members by seeing who engages in which activities. And, of course, collect dues and recurring payments directly as insurance against anti-union "Right to Work" and "Paycheck Protection" legislation being pursued at the Federal, State and Local levels.


Engage Builds Connections Over Time

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