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Photo contributed. The cards authorize the union to represent [students], McCartan said. Thirty percent [of the student workers signing] is sufficient, and [we] got about 45 percent to sign. We went to the [NLRB] in mid-April, notified the College and board about gaining enough interest to get a certification and an election was held on May 5. With a 91 percent margin [in favor], the union was recognized by the board seven days after the vote. Student workers who were asked about representation in the union were initially hesitant to sign their name onto the union authorization cards, citing concerns about retaliation, unions themselves, paying dues or spending time in meetings. McCartan and union Secretary Rachel Bass 19 dispelled these notions, leading to a swift influx of new members. People would say, I dont want to get fired, I like my job as it is, and thats understandable. But union activity is protected by federal labor laws, McCartan said. Because Iowa is a right-to-work state, you cant require people to pay dues or join unions. Were entirely worker run, and there are no dues. Once we decided to go that direction, it was easy for people to see a lot of upside with minimal downside. Another concern was fairness for career staff, as some students suggested the union was too student-focused and should allow for non-student workers as well.
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