Monday November 18, 2019
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BY Bill Aiman | Lawrenceburg, KY | 9/22/18
On Sept. 21, Four Roses Bourbon workers ended a two week strike and successfully prevented the creation of a two-tier system at their workplace.
BY staff | Washington, DC | 9/19/18
Contract negotiations between United Steelworkers (USW) and U.S. Steel have failed to make headway after an overwhelmingly successful strike authorization vote took place earlier this month. In what has been described by the negotiating committee as a “frustrating series of negotiations,” the company continues to offer the same concessionary proposals by shifting around wages, benefits and bonuses.
BY staff | Washington, DC | 9/18/18
The United Steelworkers (USW) announced today, Sept. 18, that the 13 locals at ArcelorMittal unanimously authorized a strike. About 15,000 workers could take part. The vote means that the USW bargaining committee now has the power to call a strike if needed
BY staff | Battle Ground, WA | 9/16/18
Teachers, who had voted to continue striking despite a court order to return to work, made major gains and won a strong contract, Sept. 16.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 9/13/18
Thousands of striking hotel housekeepers, servers, cooks, doormen and other workers marched on Chicago’s famed Magnificent Mile, Sept. 13 to press their demands for a decent contract.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 9/12/18
Workers at 26 hotels are now on strike as members of UNITE HERE Local 1 walk the picket lines.
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BY staff | United States | 9/12/18
U.S. Steel employees represented by United Steelworkers (USW) voted overwhelmingly in favor of a strike authorization, Sept. 7.
BY Bill Aiman | Lawrenceburg, KY | 9/10/18
Workers at Four Roses Bourbon went on strike Sept. 7, rejecting a concession-filled contract.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 9/05/18
Thousands of enthusiastic union members united for a great march and rally in the heart of the historical Wilmington Chicano community, Sept 3.
BY staff | Louisville, KY | 7/30/18
The Teamsters Local 89 E-Board has unanimously voted to recommend a “no” vote on the UPS National Master Agreement (NMA) and the UPS Central Region Supplement (CRS).
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