THE UNDERMINERS: HAS A UNION MOLE BURROWED INTO YOUR COMPANY?
What is a Union Mole?
A typical Union Mole is a worker who is paid by a union to infiltrate a company in order to unionize that company. Often Union Moles may be paid a stipend from a union. Sometimes, Union Moles are often paid on a per-signed authorization card basis (see below), sometimes Union Moles are paid a per-person commission, and sometimes Union Moles are even paid bonuses following the successful unionization of a company's employees. Union Moles are difficult to detect because there is typically nothing on their resumes or applications that would indicate that they are being paid by a union to unionize you or your company.
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