Fedsmill.com went live 12 years (and 1,300 posts) ago, which makes it easy to forget some of the information we thought union activists would want. So, we are going to reach back and resurrect posts from the archives that we think were particularly relevant and should not be lost to history. Here are three from those firwst four months of operation.

  • FIVE UNION RIGHTS YOU MAY NOT REMEMBER STEWARD ALERT!     We all know that union activists cannot be fired, denied a benefit, or even poorly evaluated if the decision is based on or even related to our choice to be union … Click on FEDSMILL.com to continue reading
  • QUESTION: WHEN IS A PIP A ULP?  ANSWER: Almost always. Click on FEDSMILL.com to continue reading
  • TEN REASONS TO BE A UNION REPRESENTATIVE  There are lots of good reasons to be a union rep, whether you get involved in grievances, negotiations, arbitrations, employee meetings, or information gathering & analysis.  Here are ten that we hope lead … Click on FEDSMILL.com to continue reading.

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