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Union Organizing & Selling

For the past 20 years, the Building Trades has endeavored to sell the qualities of union construction. The numbers overwhelmingly show that using selling as a prime strategy to raise market share has not arrested the continued loss of market share – net, over time. What continues to be factored out of the current strategy… Continue Reading

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Organized Labor as a Sales & Marketing Engine –

Brothers & Sister labor unions – get out your i-phones! Google search qualified and/or licensed (enter your trade) contractors in your city. Overwhelmingly the results for that search will be as follows – directories (Manta, Dex, Yahoo, etc.), paid ad words (top and right side of page highlighted) and organic listings (non-paid listings) the ones… Continue Reading

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Union Organizing & Dow @ 15,000

The strong correlations between the rich getting richer can be seen in the decline of Organized Labor across all sectors for the past 30 years. In our capitalist society the balance between labor, management and government is needed to be sure all have a seat at the table. Management serves a mindless piece of paper… Continue Reading

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Union Organizing: 10 Reasons why “Value on Display” isn’t raising Union Market Share

“Big Business” is exactly who is putting the Building Trades out of existence. Every single sourced number measured over time, which is the “net” number, confirms this. Private sector union market share is 6.7 and a little higher in construction. “Big Business” is holding their enemies’ close! Bottom-up, top-down and CBA concessions of all types… Continue Reading

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