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Member Rights

The Employee’s Right to Union Representation

When Questioned by Management

Union members are entitled to union representation if they are questioned by management.  This right was made possible by the National Labor Relations Act. These representation rights are formally known as the “Weingarten Rights” and are listed below.

If you ever suffer an on the job injury, please pay close attention to the following information.

 

If you have any questions or concerns about your work related injury or Workers’ Compensation please see your Union Steward, Union Representative, or contact the Local 791 Union office at 1-800-535-2752.

INTERROGATION RIGHTS STATEMENT

I refuse to submit to (or continue) this interrogation because I fear that I will suffer severe discipline or termination of my employment. I demand my right to consult with a union representative and to have union representation present on my behalf before this proceeding continues. If my demand is not acknowledged, then I refuse to participate in this process and you may take whatever action you deem necessary.

Please contact the union office at 1-800-535-2752 if you have any questions on any of the information listed above.

Ten Tips to Protect Yourself If You are Injured at Work

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United Food and Commercial Workers Union

Local 791

 

55 Norfolk Avenue

South Easton, MA 02375

 

774-568-0791

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Proudly serving workers in Massachusetts,

Rhode Island and Maine since 1947

Russell F. Regan, President
 
Frank J. Runey, Secretary-Treasurer
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