The rights afforded to you by the National Labor Relations Act
You have the legal right under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act to join or support a union and to:
Attend meetings to discuss joining a union.
Read, distribute, and discuss union literature (as long as you do this in non-work areas during non-work times, such as during breaks or lunch hours).
Wear union buttons, t-shirts, stickers, hats, or other items on the job.
Sign a card asking your employer to recognize and bargain with the union.
Sign petitions or file grievances related to wages, hours, working conditions, or other job issues, ask other employees to support the union, to sign union cards or petitions, or to file grievances..