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Dispute and lockout at EuropTec, Clarksburg (West Virginia), USA
District 8 Director Thompson received the following correspondence from the Swiss union UNIA regarding overseas solidarity for locked-out members at EuropTec in Clarksburg, W. Va..
District 7 SOAR Join Protest Against TPP
District 7 SOAR members joined members of the UAW, the Coalition for Better Trade, and others at Munster Hall in IN to protest the TPP.
Steelworkers Conduct HAZWOPER Training for Next Generation of Workers
Recently, USW/TMC (United Steelworkers/Tony Mazzocchi Center) worker-trainers from USW Local 9-288 in Oak Ridge, TN, with support from their employer UCOR, conducted a 40-hour HAZWOPER Outreach Class
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Thanks to All Who Helped Flood Victims
District 13's thank-you letter to all USW members who came together to support Louisiana flood victims.
Five Ways America Would Be Different Without Labor Unions
On Labor Day, we come together to thank all the American workers who built this great country—and to recognize the millions who wake up every morning to build us an even better future.
State Conference to Showcase Bethlehem's Industrial Past
The Pennsylvania Labor History Society and Steelworkers' Archives conference will be held in Bethlehem for the first time next week.
Fight for working families’ values highlighted at Labor Day parade
The Vice President and Tim Kaine highlighted the importance of electing candidates who will protect workers’ rights to organize and the need for policies that invest in our country’s infrastructure and manufacturing industry.
Stepping up: Districts 4, 7 WOS and Next Gen Support locked-out UAW families
Women of Steel (WOS) and Next Generation (Next Gen) leaders in Districts 4 and 7 provided over 175 backpacks filled with school supplies to United Autoworkers’ families locked-out by Honeywell.
Statement on Continued Lockout of UAW Members at Honeywell
From EIN News, a statement on the lock out and the prospect of future bargaining session for UAW members at Honeywell.
Locked Out Honeywell Workers Look to September Talks For Possible Settlement - 09-01-16
Article by Workers Independent News (WIN) Doug Cunningham.
USW says U.S. Steel Layoffs Jeopardize Safety
The United Steelworkers union says U.S. Steel’s layoffs of about 75 employees at Gary Works and demotions of an additional 200 to work gangs raise serious safety concerns.
Trump Adds Voice to Attack on Voting Rights
USW International Vice President Fred Redmond and progressive talk show host Leslie Marshall this week discussed the ways in which Republicans have attempted to use voter suppression laws to rig elections.
Louisiana Locals Impacted by the Great Flood of 2016
District 13 has been greatly affected by natural disaster: Call for donations, plans to raise funds to help flood victims and list of the Local Unions affected.
Variety Gifts Steelworker Family After Lock-Out with ATI
The children's charity, Variety, gave Keith Beaver's son a new adaptive stroller. Keith is a member of from USW Local Union 1138, which was locked out
Keeping it Made in America at USW Local 12L
Parents shopping for back to school supplies are faced with many choices when it comes to whether their children’s materials are made in the USA or imported from a foreign country.
#MoralMonday Rally For Locked Out Green Island Honeywell Workers
Support at the picket line rally on the 99th day 41 workers were locked out of their jobs at Honeywell Aerospace in Green Island after they refused to accept dramatic increases to their health care costs and the elimination of their pensions.
Union Plus Disaster Relief Grant Offers Louisiana Flood Victims Help
Union Plus's Disaster Relief Grant offers financial assistance to union members who have been affected by the recent flooding in Southeast Louisiana.
Trump Unfit to Lead Nation
USW International President Leo W. Gerard and progressive talk show host Leslie Marshall this week discussed Donald Trump and the countless reasons he is unsuitable to be president of the United States.
AFL-CIO, State Department, Issue Statements on ASARCO, Grupo México
The U.S. State Department issued a report this week in response to a complaint the USW filed in February against Mexican mining conglomerate Grupo Mexico and its U.S. subsidiary, ASARCO, accusing the companies of violating workers’ rights.