Definition

Corporate Campaign

A corporate campaign is an organized effort by the union that exerts pressure on the corporation by pressuring the company’s other unions, shareholders, corporate directors, customers, creditors, and government agencies, often directly. Thus the union might surprise individual members of the board of directors by picketing their homes, and organizing a boycott of the company’s banks.

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