eMembership Mobile and Desktop Access for Your Members
July 6, 2022
Your labor union members want the ability to update their union membership information wherever they are and with a variety of mobile and desktop devices. Now they can download the member app to their phones from the Apple and Google app stores. The eMembership module provides your union members with secure mobile and web-based self-service options to manage their personal information. This includes updating their contact information, reporting their work, indicating that they are available for work, reviewing their account balance, paying their union membership dues, and more.
Built specifically for labor unions, both the Member App and Portal module options have easy-to-use interfaces so your members can access their union information anytime, from anywhere, across any device they own. Whether a member is using the app on a mobile device or the portal on their desktop, these powerful tools are available when they are on the go, working remote, or at their work site.
What Your Members Can Do with the Member App and Portal
Using this secure self-service option, your labor union members can use their smart devices (Member App) or desktop/browser version (Member Portal) to:
- Update their own contact information and notification preferences
- Access account balances
- Make online payments
- Report work
- Report grievances
- And more!
The Member App and Portal module is an optional feature of eMembership. It’s also a great way to deliver what your union members expect from you: the ability to manage their union membership information any time, anywhere, on a wide variety of devices.
Surging support for labor unions is beginning to leave its mark on the American economy. By now, most have heard about unionization efforts at major companies such as Starbucks, Amazon, and other corporate giants, but the trend is more widespread than a few companies or even a few industries.
In early March 2022, tech workers at The New York Times Co overwhelmingly (404-88) voted to join The NewsGuild of New York. NewsGuild of New York, a labor union representing news professionals in New York City, added its newest members to a bargaining unit named Times Tech Guild. NewsGuild of New York represents other Times employees as well.