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USW Supports Carrier Corp. Continuing Domestic Production
Court Rules Virgin Islands Wrongly Cut USW Members’ Pay
Reversing the U.S. District Court for the Virgin Islands, a three-judge panel of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously ruled that the government of the Virgin Islands acted illegally
USW Members to Continue Working at ONE Gas as Bargaining Resumes
The United Steelworkers (USW) today said that although the union has terminated its extended agreement with Tulsa-based ONE Gas, Inc., about 400 members
USW Congratulates Trump; Calls for President-Elect to Address Crisis in Jobs and Trade
“During this campaign you spoke out vigorously for the need to bring jobs back home, to invest in domestic manufacturing, take a hard line with our trading partners and to reform our nation’s failed trade policies."
Sherwin Alumina to Shut Plant, Ending its Two-Year Lockout
USW Reaches Agreement That Secures Pension Benefits, Severance Pay
Senators Join USW in Calling for Rejection of Chinese Acquisition of U.S. Aluminum Company Aleris
“We laud Sen. Wyden for spearheading this effort to convince the Obama Administration to reject the proposed bid by a Chinese-controlled company to buy Aleris Corporation.
Unity and Solidarity Key to Winning Fair Contracts at Libbey Glass
Since the strike by our brothers and sisters from IAM Lodge 105 and GMP Local 59 began last week, our unions have continued to try to engage Libbey management in good faith negotiations for fair contracts covering all workers in Toledo.
USW Reaches Agreement with Alcoa on Effects of Alcoa/Arconic Split
The United Steelworkers (USW) today announced that it has reached an agreement with Alcoa on the effects of the company’s pending separation into two independent, publicly-traded businesses: Arconic and Alcoa Corporation.
USW Charges Against ATI Result in NLRB Complaint
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has issued a complaint against Allegheny Technologies Inc. (ATI) in response to charges the United Steelworkers (USW) filed when the company laid off seven workers.
Union Launches Awareness and Education Campaign: Trump Betrayed USW Members, Families and Communities for Cheap Chinese Steel and Aluminum
The United Steelworkers (USW) today launched an awareness campaign to educate union members after Kurt Eichenwald’s investigative report for Newsweek.
American, European and South American Labor Unions From Dow Chemical and DuPont Share Common Concerns at Dow North American Labor Council Meeting
Union leaders representing thousands of workers employed at the Dow Chemical and DuPont companies from the United States and around the globe recently met this week in Kentucky to discuss issues common across their work sites.
Steelworkers Ratify Agreement with Cliffs Natural Resources
USW: Europtec Agrees to End Illegal Clarksburg Lockout: Union Members Return to Work Next Week with Backpay
The USW today said that in a settlement with Region 6 of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Europtec USA, Inc. has agreed to end its illegal lockout of 29 USW Local 567 members at the company’s Clarksburg glass processing plant.
USW Endorses Trade Circumvention Cases: “Our Market is Under Attack”
United Steelworkers (USW) International President Leo W. Gerard's statement today on the filing of new trade circumvention cases at the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC).
Katie McGinty tags Sen. Pat Toomey during Bethlehem union hall visit
Democrat Katie McGinty continued her attack on Republican Pat Toomey's economic policy during a Lehigh Valley visit Tuesday, calling him arrogant and out of touch.
Labor Leaders and Allies: Donald Trump Not Welcome in Pittsburgh
As Donald Trump visits Pittsburgh on Thursday, labor leaders, working people, and allies will host a press conference to tell Trump that Pittsburgh is a union town, and he’s not welcome.
USW, Allies to Host Town Hall Meeting: Trans-Pacific Partnership Wrong for Workers in Delaware County
The United Steelworkers (USW) today said that union workers and retirees will join elected officials and community leaders for the third in a series of town hall meetings
USW: Europtec’s Liability for Back Wages Passes $200,000 Ten Weeks into Illegal Clarksburg Lockout
The United Steelworkers (USW) today said that the illegal lockout at Europtec USA, Inc.’s Clarksburg glass processing plant could cost the company more than $200,000 in back wages
Steelworkers Ratify Agreement with Republic Steel
The United Steelworkers (USW) today said that its members have ratified a new, three year contract with Republic Steel that will set the terms and conditions of employment for about 1,000 hourly production, maintenance, office and technical workers.
Steelworkers Endorse U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan for Re-election
The United Steelworkers (USW) today said that the union has endorsed U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan for re-election to continue fighting for working families in Minnesota’s Eighth Congressional District.