Labor Relations 101. A Primer for the New Economy. Dr. Gina Neff Assistant Professor University of California, San Diego. Agenda. 1. Why IGDA can’t negotiate for you Union Basics 2. Why unions would love for you to unionize Context of the New Economy 3. Why you might love other options
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A Primer for the New Economy
Dr. Gina Neff Assistant ProfessorUniversity of California, San Diego
1. Why IGDA can’t negotiate for you
2. Why unions would love for you to unionize
3. Why you might love other options
4. Why don’t you talk about it?
“the policy of the United States [is] to encourage the practice and procedure of collective bargaining”
National Labor Relations Act
Communication Workers of America
From the CWA organizing webpage
Benefits tied to jobs
Unions provide one kind of support but are not the only solution
Ultimately for any collective solution to work people have to build and buy into them