Las Vegas Union Avoidance
Employers in Las Vegas face a new problem on the heels of the great recession. Labor unions have taken hold and are creating friction between employers and employees. Unfortunately, the only ones who benefit from this are the unions themselves. You can stop union organizers from damaging your company.
The attorneys of Key Harrington Barnes PC will mount a union avoidance campaign for your Las Vegas business and help you find constructive ways to keep the unions out indefinitely. Our firm's mission is to help employers all over the country create productive work environments where their employees can thrive and push their businesses forward. Our current record for successful union avoidance campaigns is 99 out of 100. We collaborate with a national network of employment law firms to ensure compliance with all state and local laws so the labor union cannot dispute your campaign.Keeping Las Vegas "Right-to-Work"
In spite of Nevada's right-to-work laws, Las Vegas has one of the highest percentages of workers represented by labor unions in the country. This frustrates employers, as unions frequently cause more problems than they solve. This environment flourishes because so many employees are unhappy and union organizers promise them a solution.
By educating your employees about the problems a union can bring to your business, and ultimately to them, our lawyers solve part of the issue by preventing a union election. We then look for the root of the problem that encouraged union organizers to pursue your employees in the first place and find a solution so your employees no longer need the union to represent them.
Our firm has extensive experience with union avoidance in these and other industries:
- Trade shows
- Residential and commercial construction
Call our office in Dallas, Texas, or contact us online to schedule a confidential consultation regarding a union avoidance campaign for your Las Vegas company. Our firm offers reasonable fees and retainers to help employers who cannot afford full-time in-house counsel.