Community organizations have invented their own rules or structures, but they are usually too dependent on the whims of funders to sustain the resources needed to organize
on a large scale for a long period of time.
Organizers quickly discovered that providing individual case advocacy to GR recipients would enhance their ability to organize
the workfare constituency.
With a skeletal organization in New York, the BSEIU had been attempting to organize
in the city since the mid-1920s.
Whether strictly or loosely interpreted, thesaurus structure offers intriguing possibilities for ways to organize
a site and classify content.
If a union fails to organize
all of the companies in a particular industry, it cannot maximize its power.
He checks his voice-mail while driving to work, using it to help him to organize
his day: what needs to be done, when and by whom.
The CTW unions are under enormous pressure to make good on our platform to organize
at an unprecedented pace and focus a great deal of that organizing on minorities and women who make up the vast segments of the service sector economy," Hobbs said.
BY ZONE: Put everything back in designated zones, keeping gardening items in one area, sports equipment in another, tools in their own space, and so on.
We should have laws that are strong enough, that have the teeth, to order this company" to respect the right to organize
Help front-line supervisors organize
and communicate the information we need to make decisions.
This may seem like a tiny bureaucratic difference in structure, but it makes all the difference in whether these workers are able to collectively organize
under the law.
With 500 clutter-busting tips, you'll be able to organize
your life - and stay organized - one small step at a time.
This conference helped us organize
at our campus and in the local community.
Stephen Norwood's excellent study both tells the story of the rise and fall of the Telephone Operators' Department (a unit of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) and analyzes the factors which allowed telephone operators, especially in New England, not only to organize
a successful union, but to maintain the autonomy of that union from male domination.
In Cleveland, Ohio, a UFCW local seeking to organize
non-union grocery stores, molded a campaign around a sure winner in that region--football.