Employees' right to unionize - International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers
Form, or attempt to form, a union at your place of employment, or to take concerted activity regarding the terms and conditions of employment.
Discuss the union during non-working time (breaks and lunch hours) at your work area.
If employees are allowed casual conversations (e.g., church, children, sports, etc.) during work hours, then they can also talk about the union.
Post literature during non-working time relating to union meetings and information on bulletin boards designated for employee use.
Distribute union literature during non-working time in non-work areas (e.g., break rooms, cafeteria, parking lots, etc.).
Attend meetings to discuss forming a union.
Distribute and sign union authorization cards during non-working time.