BY ROSE MARIE A. MORALES
When I moved to Guam almost five years ago, I didn’t think that I would need to worry too much about union organizing because almost everyone knows each other or has one degree of separation. I thought, “No way, not on Guam.” Boy, was I wrong. As different generations enter and stay in the workforce, each generation seeks to fulfill important, but different needs.
Employers on Guam may think their company is safe, that the employees would never unionize. My advice to these employers is not to rest on this belief. No . . .
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