This collection consists of union-prevention training materials and related articles, files from counter-union campaigns waged for a variety of companies, and other anti-union and union-busting consulting records collected or created by Leonard C. Scott between 1966 and 2013. Scott is a Cornell University, ILR School alumnus and human resources consultant who specialized in combatting union organizing and in developing programs to keep companies operating in a union-free environment.

Cite as: Leonard Scott Union-Prevention and Counter-Union Campaign Consulting Files #6474. Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library.

Advertising Posters Employee Ventilation and Employee Relations Program Audit

Articles and News Clippings

Bloom Companies Benefit Communication and Employee Ventilation

Campaign Information

Carbide Strike Record

Course Syllabus for "The Role of the Supervisor"

Hood River Memorial Hospital Campaign Information

Leonard Scott and Company Counter-Union Campaign Material Samples

Leonard Scott: A New Look at Unionism

Leonard Scott: Inclusive Capitalism: What It Looks Like in Practice

Leonard Scott: Running a Struck Plant: Some Do's and Don'ts

Leonard Scott: The Human Resources Program in the Growth Company

Leonard Scott: The Quick Guide to Employee Motivation: Thirty-Three Proven Employee Motivation Concepts to Make Your Company a Winner

Maintaining Your Union-Free Status

National Labor Relations Board

Other Memos

Sioux Products vs. NLRB

The Role of the Supervisor

Warren Ogden Memos

WCIRA Campaign Procedures and What Employers Can and Cannot Do

WCIRA Industrial Relations Audit

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