Ordering Business Cards
Ordering union-printed business cards from UNION Buttons, Badges & More is as easy as 1-2-3.
To place an order online, select the template you prefer, enter the information for your business card in the order form at the bottom of the page, and click the SUBMIT button . Your information will then be transmitted to us.
When we receive your information, we will create a prototype using the template you chose and post it to a private area of our web site. You can then view the prototype and check it for typographical errors. If you should find an error, give us a call and let us know. We will correct the error, post a new prototype, and have you check it again before going to print.
Approving Your Prototype
If the prototype we create meets your approval, let us know and we will print your business cards right away.
When calling to approve, you can tell us how you'd like your order shipped and what method of payment you'd prefer to use.
We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, check or money order.
With the approval of an authorized union officer, we can also bill your Union local.
To do so, simply fax us a letter on Union letterhead - signed by an authorized officer - that authorizes you to make the purchase.
If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call. We will be happy to walk you through the process of having business cards made.
Have us add the "Weingarten decision" to the back of your business cards
In 1975, the United States Supreme Court issued a ruling known as the "Weingarten decision". It is one of the most powerful protections available to union members and if you are a union member, union steward, or union officer, you really need to be aware of the protections afforded by this monumental decision.
One of the first things you should know is that to be afforded the protections guaranteed by the Weingarten decision, union members must ask for a union steward/officer to be present during investigatory interviews. If a union member fails to ask for a representative, the protections afforded by the Weingarten decision do not apply.
As a former union officer, I was able to save a member's job because she knew about the Weingarten decision. When she was called into an investigatory meeting, she asked for and was refused a union representative, thereby triggering the protections provided by the Weingarten decision.
Due to this experience, I strongly encourage union stewards and union officers to have the Weingarten decision printed on the back of their business cards. Making your members aware of the Weingarten decision, and what they need to do when called into an investigatory meeting could literally save their job.
It only costs $15.00 to add the Weingarten decision to the back of your business cards.
To learn more about the "Weingarten decision", click here.