Some of the special processes utilized by TTHM during these teletownhall forums include patchthroughs to legislators for advocacy or transfers to training opportunities. We also run live polls to get feedback from union members, or to take votes on motions where each vote is tracked to the individual participant.
Members who speak languages other than English are eager to fully participate in union activities, and we bridge that gap with Alternate Language Simulcasting.
Like most of our labor clients, SEIU 503 in Oregon already uses Teletownhalls to keep its members updated. Forums typically focus on bargaining, reporting workplace issues, and utilizing the resources of the union. It was a natural step for 503 to call the entire membership for a discussion on how the new mandate affects workers in Oregon.
Teletownhalls bring in participants who may lack consistent access to a computer/smartphone or a dedicated internet connection. Web Simulcasting, Webinar Integration and Web Registration provide a broad range of digital access options to our managed events. TTHM is dedicated to creating virtual forums that reach participants in their comfort zone.
A Digital Wallet Pass is a virtual membership card kept in a smart phone application. It works with both Apple and Android devices. The advantages of Wallet Pass are game-changing and the ease of use is unprecedented.
The FCC has released an order that outlines modifications to the TCPA based on the need to comply with the TRACED Act. TTHM has been tracking the rollout and implementation of these regulations for years so that we can keep our clients ahead of the compliance curve.
UFCW members who are employed by Tyson had an opportunity to fully discuss the proposed contract changes, ask questions of leadership, and ultimately vote whether to accept or reject the contract proposal. Most notably, the call allowed the members to engage in this important process from the safety of their homes.