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by Guest Post | on Mar 21, 2017

Victory: Employer must pay Union back

An administrative law judge for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has ruled against Wisconsin metal fabrication company Metalcraft’s union busting tactics and has ordered the company to...

by Brian Young | on Mar 15, 2017

AFL-CIO's Good Jobs Campaign

With more and more jobs being sent overseas, the American worker is being squeezed.  Corporate profits continue to rise while American’s who work in manufacturing are seeing their jobs...

by birchy82 | on Mar 08, 2017

Ban on Wall Builders

New York City has always prided itself on being a city that is open to immigrants.  Historically it has had one of the highest immigrant populations and these immigrants have built New York into...

by Brian Young | on Mar 02, 2017

Dow no reason to celebrate

The Dow Jones Industrial Average, commonly known as the Dow, is an index of the 30 largest publicly traded companies on the US Stock Markets.  It can be made up of companies that trade on the...

by birchy82 | on Feb 24, 2017

Using the Feds to bust up Unions

Over the last few weeks, Trump has stepped up deportations and issued travel bans for immigrants from around the world. These stepped-up enforcements have meant that Immigration and Customs...

by birchy82 | on Feb 21, 2017

Public Pensions Remain Strong

While experts point to ERISA and the Pension Protection Act of 2006 as contributing to the demise of private-sector pension plans, public plans are not expected to follow their corporate brethren...

by Press and Media | on Jan 31, 2017

Unionist dump Uber

The yellow cab and ride-hail industries never exactly got along, but protests of Trump’s refugee ban have managed to expand the divide. Capitalizing the virility of the hashtag #DeleteUber,...

by Brian Young | on Jan 26, 2017

President Deadbeat Strikes Again

The building of Trump’s new hotel in Washington D.C. was often seen on the campaign trail.  Trump held press conferences outside of it and held a nationally televised event there on...

by Kris LaGrange | on Jan 25, 2017

Union vote at Cogen

In New Jersey, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 94 is hard at work organizing new job sites.  One site, the Cogen Plant in Linden is set to have their union vote on...

This Isn't Just About Waterford  |  Momentive Strike
by Guest Post | on Jan 05, 2017

Bigger than Waterford

Watch and share this video on Facebook to spread the word. Click here to retweet the video on Twitter.Workers at Momentive in Waterford, NY have been on strike since November 2. They are...