Union prevention is often one of those dishes best served in courses. Our “101” video series are very versatile. The videos can serve as ice breakers for a series of sessions, or they also work extremely well in an actual campaign. As a matter of fact, they were originally developed for a Fortune 10 Company and used during a campaign to provoke conversations about topics that needed to be covered during the campaign.
The videos in the series cover issues like Competitiveness, Union Life, Decertification, Collective Bargaining and Third Party Communications – basic components of union prevention or a campaign that need clarification to those employees who have never experienced a union first hand (and as a reminder to those who have been involved with a union).
AGTS features effective, informative and entertaining short (2-3 minute) videos on those topics and more . . . some of the most important and least understood subjects. Presented in a format suitable for your breakout sessions, they present a consistent message to employees. In addition, they provide thought-provoking information that is sure to lead to some questions that open up a dialogue with your associates.
They can also be played in break rooms, or used on your campaign website (which can also be developed by AGTS). These entertaining yet hard-hitting videos grab attention and focus on aspects of union activity that all employees (and even managers) need to know.
Competition: Keep the competitive edge
It’s a logical and practical fact: Companies can perform better and respond to the marketplace quicker when they aren’t constrained by obstructions and don’t have hoops to jump through to effect change. This video uses a little one-on-one basketball to effectively make the point about how rigid rules can make it difficult at best to “play the game” and stay ahead of the competition.
You can purchase any combination of four of these short communications tools for use in one facility for $1,500.00. Licensing is available for attorneys or consultants on yearly bases.
Part of the Communications Tools 101 Series