if we felt comfortable as a company that production would be high enough the following year.
My supervisors can communicate certain facts during this time pertaining to the union that would
not break any rules and would be legally permissible. I would advise my supervisors to tell the
employees that the company is opposed to a unionization and point out the costs of belonging to
a union. Costs of belonging to a union can be pricey and include payment of annual dues,
initiation fees, and possible fines.
I would reinforce my supervisors to follow specific guidelines that would not cause the company
to be legally liable for violating any laws. I would also make sure that the supervisors are not
threatening, interrogating, or promising employees of unrealistic benefits. Threatening
employee’s jobs or questioning employees about unionizing could cause unfair labor practice
chargers upon the employer. “A false balance is an abomination to the Lord, but a just weight is
his delight” (Proverbs 11:1 ESV). It is important to not make employees uncomfortable during