Workers’ Solidarity is committed to being an effective direct action organization for the benefit of workers while at the same time committed to keeping your personal information private. We may share your information, for the purpose of organizing campaigns or seeking assistance from other activists and professionals in the worker’s movement.
Here are some of the things you should know about the information that you provide to us:
- We may share your information with the following groups that we organise with: Together Against Poverty Society; Employment Standards Legal Advocacy Project; United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1518; Vancouver Island Human Rights Coalition; Retail Action Network; and Affiliate Organizations of the Island Solidarity Co-op.
- All organizers that that we work with closely have signed a Confidentiality Agreement that has them commit to absolute privacy of your personal information, should they be given access to it. Access to information is only given as needed for the support in a campaign.
- Workers’ Solidarity may take anecdotes of experiences from workers that we have helped in the past. You will not be named, and we will do our best to minimize any identifying factors.
- We will keep you updated on campaigns and organising that we are doing in the community. You may unsubscribe at any time.
Workers’ Solidarity is a worker run organization. We don’t provide a service, as much as we organize with workers so that we can achieve justice by our own means. We do everything we can to help out workers in need, and we may ask for your support in future organizing that we do so that you can help other workers in need.
Workers’ Solidarity will never insist that you are a public part of a campaign in a complaint that you have, however, it is expected that you will stay involved in any campaign that involves your employer, and give us direction on how to proceed as a group.
Any questions or concerns involving this can be sent to Workers@IslandSolidarity.org