Hey y’all. There’s talk of unionizing at my company (it’s a small one) because of far-below-market pay, barely any benefits, no real HR, and people are expected to work late because they’re overloaded (the company won’t hire more people). We have money; revenue was in the double-digit millions last year.
Folks aren’t sure where to start. Anyone have any insight? Did you unionize at work and it backfired?
Not really interested in hearing from managers against unionizing.
Edit: if it helps we’re in the Bay Area.
Edit 2: Also not a tech company.
- books, leetcode
- gtfo and enjoy your new work
With this job market there is absolutely no reason to go through this bullshit at your current workplace. Just let it die naturally when all decent employees leave.