Fight the bosses and the banks who sent our jobs to China. JOIN the UNION NOW !!! So does it pay to be a union member? Clearly it does. Union members enjoy better wages, better benefits and increased job security. But the biggest benefit is the strength that comes from solidarity. Unlike non-union workers, unionized workers are not alone when they have grievances; they're not alone when they file claims; and they're not alone when they raise health and safety concerns. This is the most basic lesson of the labour movement - workers are stronger when they face management shoulder to shoulder than when they stand alone. Almost all workers have the right to form and belong to unions, and labour laws protect your right to join a union and to participate in union activities. Fight the bosses and the banks who sent our jobs to China. JOIN the UNION NOW !!! Union representation also means that you are more likely to have a dental and health care plan at your workplace, coverage for sickness or accidents, and a pension plan to which your employer contributes. For example, 83% of unionized employees are covered by a pension plan compared to just 33% of non-union workers. Unionized workers generally have better paid vacation leave than non-union employees (84% compared to 65%). The same gap exists for health care benefits such as dental plan coverage (77% to 45%) and supplemental health care plans (84% for unionized compared to 45% for non-union). Fight the bosses and the banks who sent our jobs to China. JOIN the UNION NOW !!!