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NLRB May Chip Away At Right-To-Work Laws - Considers A Rule To Allow Unions To Charge Non-Members ‘Fair Share’ Fees To File

Friday, April 24, 2015 (WASHINGTON, D.C.) - The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the Federal Agency That Enforces Federal Labor Laws, is Contemplating a Rule Change That Would Chip Away at State Right-To-Work (For Less) Laws. The Potential Read more»

Western New York Senator Marc Panepinto Introduces Legislation To Make New York The First State In The Nation To Adopt A Living Wage Employer Certification Program

Friday, April 24, 2015 (ALBANY, NEW YORK) – Western New York State Senator Marc Panepinto Has Introduced Legislation to Make New York the First State in the Nation to Adopt a Living Wage Employer Certification Program With the Make a Living Read more»

Boeing CEO Says If Employees Want Union In South Carolina, “We’ll Work With Them”

Friday, April 24, 2015 (NORTH CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA) - Boeing Company Would be Willing to Work With a Union in South Carolina if the Employees Choose to Organize, the Planemaker’s Top Executive said Earlier This Week. CEO Jim Read more»

Italian Fashion Retailer Benetton Pays $1.1 Million Into Bangladesh Factory Disaster Fund To Compensate Victims Of The Rana Plaza Factory Collapse Where 1,138 People Died

Friday, April 24, 2015 (BANGLADESH, INDIA) - Italian Fashion Retailer Benetton Recently Announced it Would Pay $1.1 Million Into an International Fund to Compensate Victims of the Rana Plaza Factory Collapse in Bangladesh Two Years Ago in Which Read more»

Yet ‘Another’ Great Example Why Workers ‘Need’ Unions: Pregnant Fast Food Worker Robbed At Gunpoint, Told To Repay Stolen Cash Or Be Fired

Friday, April 24, 2015 (THE STATE OF TEXAS) - Marissa Holcomb Was Hard at Work at a Popeye's Fast Food Restaurant in Texas When in the Midst of One of the Busiest Shifts of the Week, a Gunman With a Stocking Cap Entered the Store, Jumped Over the Read more»

Union Retiree News From The Alliance For Retired Americans: Prescription Drug Costs May Increase Under Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement

Monday, April 20, 2015 Prescription Drug Costs May Increase Under Trans-Pacific Partnership Senior Lawmakers Reached Agreement Last Week on a Trade Promotion Authority Bill to Negotiate the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Two Republicans - Read more»
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Despite Continued GOP Attacks On Workers' Rights, More And More Non-Union Workers Are Making The Decision To Unionize Their Workplaces. From College/University Adjuncts To Health Care Workers To Food Service Workers & Car Wash Workers, Non-Union Workers Are Seeing The Worth In 'Going Union.' So, What Must Organized Labor Do To Continue To Build On These Successes?  Initiate An Across-The-Board Mass Organizing Effort  Expend More Energy In Organizing Fast Food & Retail Workers  Get Aboard The National AFL-CIO To Organize Immigrant Workers  Better Communicate Labor's Many Positive Messages To Workers  Something Else I'd Like to Expand On in's Discussion Board, Located Next to This Labor Web Poll
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