It’s Your Choice

“The decision you must make as an individual represented by a union is no different from your obligations as a member of a democratic society. You can choose to remain uninformed about the issues, listen to rumor and hearsay—and fail to participate in the daily life of your union. Or, you can change your behavior. Just as with what happens in the society as a whole, you can gripe about who’s leading, and the decisions that are being made. Or, there is an alternative. You can take ownership, share in the responsibility, get involved, study your contract and the bylaws—and take charge. Active participation means you’re not sitting on the sidelines waiting for positive results.” — Unions 4 Workers


Author: chapterpresident

I have worked in the FDA since 1990 in a variety of positions. I currently serve as chapter president of NTEU Chapter 254, representing FDA employees in Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah.