A Troublemaker’s Handbook 2: How to Fight Back Where You Work, and Win!
This workplace-strategies manual covers all the how-tos, from agitating for better conditions to walking out. Shop floor actions, organizing new members, winning good contracts, fighting outsourcing, creating a website, dealing with the media, building community alliances, running for office—and running the local once you win—international solidarity, bargaining tips, corporate campaigns, researching employers—all these activities, and more.
This is, indeed, a handbook for “troublemakers”—workers and union leaders who fight for their rights on the job. The authors interviewed some 250 rank-and-filers, officers and union staffers, who report the lessons of their battles.
This book is an all-new followup to the 1991 Troublemaker’s Handbook, which sold more than 20,000 copies. 372 pages paperback