How to Take Part In Local Meetings
WEBSITES OF INTEREST
The American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) is the voluntary federation of America's unions, representing more than 13 million working women and men nationwide
The American Library Association
The Metropolitan New York Libary Council
Any support staff interested in joining the Library Assistants and Support Staff Association can click this link for further information libguides.metro.org/LASSASIG
New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health
Here you'll find more than 100 pages of news and information about on-the-job safety and health, plus more than 1,500 links to more information on the Internet that you can use to enhance occupational safety.
The New York Library Association
New York State and Local Retirement Systems
New York State Library Assistants' Association
The New York Public Library
This link is for current New York Public Library employee use ONLY! and requires avalid Username and Password.
Brooklyn Public Library
Queens Public Library
International Labor Communications Association
Labor Council for Latin American Advancement
Municipal Credit Union
Coalition of Black Trade unionist
Coalition of Labor Union Women
You have the right to demand the presence of a union representative
Bill of Rights
(29 U.S.C. 411)
SEC. 101. (a)(1) EQUAL RIGHTS. — Every member of a labor organization shall have equal rights and privileges within such organization to nominate candidates, to vote in elections or referendums of the labor organization, to attend membership meetings and to participate in the deliberations and voting upon the business of such meetings, subject to reasonable rules and regulations in such organization's constitution and bylaws.