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Campaign To Organize College & University Adjuncts Comes To Buffalo

Friday, October 24, 2014 (BUFFALO) – With Inspiration Drawn From a Number of Successful Organizing Drives Targeting College Adjunct Professors and Graduate Students Throughout the United States, a Campaign to Organize College and University Read more»

SEIU-Represented University Of Rochester & Strong Memorial Hospital Service Workers Approve New Labor Agreements

Saturday, October 25, 2014 (ROCHESTER) – Seventeen-Hundred Union-Represented Service Workers at the University of Rochester (UR), Including its Strong Memorial Hospital Division, Have Approved New Three Year Labor Contracts, Representatives of Read more»

IAM & Southwest Airlines Reach Tentative Contract Covering 6,500 Workers/ Machinists Union Also Announces Completion Of Organizing Hat Trick In Texas

Friday, October 24, 2014 (WASHINGTON, D.C.) - The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW) Announced This Week the Union Has Reached a Tentative Four-Year Agreement With Southwest Airlines That Covers 6,500 Passenger Read more»

Napa County, California Public Employees Union Reaches Tentative Labor Agreement

Saturday, October 25, 2014 (NAPA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA) - Napa County and its Largest Employees Union are Close to Labor Peace After Eight Months of Sometimes Contentious Negotiations. The County and a Union Bargaining Team Representing 1,000 Employees Read more»

IKEA Strike In Richmond, Virginia Over After 17 months

Friday, October 24, 2014 (RICHMOND, VIRGINIA) - After 17 Months the IKEA Strike is Finally Over. There Were Mixed Emotions This Week Among IKEA Workers Who’d Been Picketing Outside the Yellow-and-Blue Megastore Through Rain, Sleet and Snow, Read more»

Union Retiree News From The Alliance For Retired Americans: Wealthiest Giving Less To Charity; In Buffalo, The Share Of Income Given To Charity Fell By More Than 10%

Sunday, October 19, 2014 Wealthiest Giving Less To Charity, While Poor And Middle-Class Increase Donations: In a Recently-Released Report, the Chronicle of Philanthropy - a Leading Source of News Coverage of the Non-Profit World, says Americans Who Read more»
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