By Gene Daniels and Larry Casey
This is a very helpful guide for how to run or participate in a union meeting -- not just the formal procedures, but the realities, like how to set an agenda, how to deal with people who just love to hear themselves speak, and how to boost attendance. The authors understand unionists and union meetings and offer real-world advice that will make life easier for anyone, from the newest member to the most veteran officer -- and make meetings more productive, too. Developed for the Labor Education Service at the University of Minnesota, the book is designed as a workbook and comes complete with questions for discussion and quizzes to help readers master the material.
83 pages Paperback.