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The Role and Rights of the trade union organiser in the workplace at the un
Updated: 9/20/2020
The Role and Rights of the trade union organiser in the workplace at the un
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Storyboard Text

  • Can you visit our workplace to educate workers about the union?
  • Okay, I will come. You must inform the manager.
  • The Organizer is going to visit us to educate workers about the union.
  • He can come, if he is going to meet you after working hours.
  • Welcome Mr organizer. The meeting is going to be during lunchtime.
  • Okay, I will wait for workers in the canteen.
  • Shop steward makes an appointment with the organizer to visit his workplace in order to educate the workers about the union and their rights.
  • I am here to educate you about your rights!
  • The shop steward informs the manager about organizer's visit.
  • Noted, you must give them the union forms to fill in.
  • Organizer arrives at the workplace on the day of appointment. He is welcomed by two shop stewards at the building entrance.
  • Thank you. See you next time.
  • Organizer addresses the workers. He tells them about their rights in the workplace and educates them about all union matters.
  • All employees are satisfied with the organizer's speech, and they all want to join the union.
  • Workers are satisfied about your speech and they all want to join the union.
  • After the meeting, two shop stewards escorted the organizer outside the premises and reminded him to visit the company next time.
  • Bye, Visit us next time.
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