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MEMBERSHIP INVESTMENTS

TCALMC offers an opportunity to be on the "cutting edge" with resources, information and networking possibilities that make continued improvement and growth in Labor-Management relationships possible in our changing economy. The membership of TCALMC continues to be extremely supportive and maintains high participation in all activities. Membership is available to:

  • those members representing labor organizations
  • those members representing business organizations
  • those members representing the community

There are numerous levels of membership available to better accommodate and acknowledge all levels of support.

$5000 Cornerstone Member
$500 Supporting Member
$2500 Legacy Member
$300 Basic Member
$1000 Sustaining Member
$100 Individual Member (non-organization)

$200 NEW MEMBER (first year only)

MEMBERSHIP PRIVILEGES (CLICK TO LINK)

BENEFITS TO LABOR:

  • Committment from top management to work with the union to solve problems not easily addressed through the normal bargaining process.
  • A voice on issues that affect workers' lives and livelihoods--such as the use of new technologies and the future of the enterprise and the industry.
  • A network of area and jobsite committees, where workers can express concerns about issues that fall outside the traditional collective bargaining process.
  • An important new role for unions as the country and economy experience the realities of global competition.
  • An important opportunity to build trust between unions and management.

BENEFITS TO MANAGEMENT:

  • Tap into the good ideas union members can contribute about ways in which they can do their jobs better.
  • Open channels of communication and establish rapport with union leaders and members.
  • Support from the union on issues of mutual advantage and common concern.
  • Participation in a network of unions and management leaders with shared concerns about the social, economic and labor relations atmoshpere of the community and region.
  • An opportunity to be responisve to constructive suggestions and valid concerns, which demonstrates to unions, employees and the community the organization's sincere interest in making things better.
  • An opportunity to build trust between unions and management.

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MEMBERSHIP INVESTMENT APPLICATION  (click to link)

   ORGANIZATIONAL / INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS' LIST (click to link)