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USW Cares – Local 1123 WOS Raise Funds the Domestic Violence Project
On July 19, the United Steelworkers Women of Steel from Golden Lodge, Local 1123 in Canton, OH conducted their 1st Annual Car Wash Fundraiser for Domestic Violence Project.
Safety Issues Persist at Sherwin
A series of incidents at Sherwin Alumina shows that health and safety issues continue to be a problem nine months into a company-imposed lockout of 450 members of USW Local 235A.
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Gerard: Mining study impact will be groundbreaking, global
A new research project at the Centre for Research in Occupational Safety and Health (CROSH) at Laurentian University will study the mental health of miners at Vale’s Sudbury operations.
Monday Morning Minute
Monday Morning Minute is a weekly electronic newsletter that reports on safety issues, collective bargaining in the paper sector, organizing, arbitrations, community work, political work, and labor history.
New Proposal from ATI Still Falls Far Short
Company’s new proposal shows progress but ATI continues to demand deep and unnecessary cuts in healthcare, retirement security, scheduling
US Steel Wants to Turn Back the Clock
Your USW negotiating committee has received an outline of U.S. Steel’s initial contract proposal, which includes dozens of concessionary demands that would turn back the clock on decades of contractual improvements & benefits for our members & families
ArcelorMittal Negotiations Proceeding Slowly as Company Seeks More Concessions
Our USW negotiating committee truly appreciates the support we are receiving from the membership at all ArcelorMittal locations.
Furthering the Commitment to the Women of Steel Program in District 13
District 13 Director Ruben Garza and Women of Steel Coordinator for District 13 Dianne Babin are reaching out to locals in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas to expand or establish WOS Committees.
USW Local 2-20 Next Generation Committee Sponsored a Bike Safety Class for Kids
On July 10, USW District 2 and the Next Generation Committee from Local 2–20 in Kaukauna, Wisconsin, sponsored a bike safety class for kids, along with the Kaukauna Police Department and the Recyclist Bicycle Co.
USW Responds to ATI's 2nd Quarter Conference Call
USW International Vice President Tom Conway responds to Allegheny Technologies' Second Quarter Conference Call
Announcing the District 1 Annual Pig Roast and Camporee
The District 1 Annual Pig Roast and Camporee will be held from Friday, September 25, 2015 to Sunday, September 27, 2015 at the YMCA Hoover Y-Park in Columbus, OH.
USW Receives Initial Proposal from ArcelorMittal
The full USW negotiating committee met today with ArcelorMittal management for an overview of the company’s initial contract proposal.
USW Local 7894 and Ball Inc. join together to Supply Local Food Bank
United Steelworkers (USW) Local 7894 Women of Steel took the lead in organizing and working on a Canned Food Drive for the upper East TN/Western Virginia area Bristol Food Pantry
Summer entertainment doesn’t have to break the bank!
Summer entertainment doesn’t have to break the bank, especially when you’re eligible for discounts at some of the top attractions in the nation just for being a Steelworker.
Committee Awaits Proposal From US Steel
USW leaders from U.S. Steel facilities around the United States continued to meet every day this week with representatives of the company in Pittsburgh.
Fair Trade Vital for American Workers
International Vice President Tom Conway delivered the USW’s 2015 Bernard Kleiman Lecture, warning of the dangers industrial workers face from ruthless international competitors and anti-union forces at home.
Negotiating Committee Continues to Work for a Fair Contract
Negotiations with ArcelorMittal management continued this week in Pittsburgh as our committee met both internally and with the company. We continued to discuss local issues.
Team Effort Fuels Success at North American Höganäs
International President Leo W. Gerard and District 10 Director Bob McAuliffe toured the North American Höganäs plant in western Pennsylvania where the 104 members of Local 2632-22 produce powdered metals.
Illegal Foreign Logging Bad for U.S. Workers and the Environment
USW Legislative staffer Roy Houseman recently spoke about the Lacey Act on Terra Verde, a weekly public affairs program carried by KPFA-FM in Berkeley, CA.