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NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer Endorses Taxi Union’s Debt-Relief Plan

NEW YORK, N.Y.—City Comptroller Scott Stringer has endorsed the New York Taxi Workers’ Alliance’s plan to relieve up to 6,000 yellow-cab owner-drivers of massive debt. The comptroller announced his support for the plan at a rally on Broadway outside City Hall Nov. 12, saying his office has vetted the proposal and “found it fiscally sound.”…

Students Considering Their Futures Would Do Well to Look Into the Union Trades

New York, NY – While high school students sign their letter of intent and pick their colleges, other options are available and may prove to be worthy of attention. It is clear that education is a great step towards success. However, it is also a fact that education is not always synonymous with financial achievement….

CWA Backs Michigan Congressmember for Secretary of Labor

WASHINGTON—The Communications Workers of America are urging President-elect Joseph Biden to pick Rep. Andy Levin (D-Mich.), a former union organizer and green-energy advocate, as Secretary of Labor. “Congressman Levin checks every box that you’ll need in a Secretary of Labor to help implement your agenda effectively,” CWA President Chris Shelton wrote in a letter to…

SEIU 775 Benefits Group to Work with MagnaCare’s New & expanded Technology-Powered Trust and Welfare Administration Services

New York, NY – MagnaCare, a third party administrator with deep expertise supporting Taft-Hartley trusts, announced on Wednesday, November 11, that Seattle-based SEIU 775 Benefits Group has chosen MagnaCare’s new and expanded Trust and Welfare Administration Services to enable contribution accounting, financial administration, employee hours administration, enrollment and eligibility determination, and COBRA administration. SEIU 775…

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NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer Endorses Taxi Union’s Debt-Relief Plan

NEW YORK, N.Y.—City Comptroller Scott Stringer has endorsed the New York Taxi Workers’ Alliance’s plan to relieve up to 6,000 yellow-cab owner-drivers of massive debt. The comptroller announced his support for the plan at a rally on Broadway outside City Hall Nov. 12, saying his office has vetted the proposal and “found it fiscally sound.”…

Phil Cohen Memoir Chronicles the Fight against Union Busting in North Carolina

New York, NY – Phil Cohen, a veteran organizer, was called out of retirement in 2017 by Workers United/SEIU to investigate and expose an illegal union-busting plot by Mohawk Industries at its North Carolina carpet mill. Cohen’s account of his fight to prove that management was behind an unlawful decertification petition and forced workers to…

Students Considering Their Futures Would Do Well to Look Into the Union Trades

New York, NY – While high school students sign their letter of intent and pick their colleges, other options are available and may prove to be worthy of attention. It is clear that education is a great step towards success. However, it is also a fact that education is not always synonymous with financial achievement….

CWA Backs Michigan Congressmember for Secretary of Labor

WASHINGTON—The Communications Workers of America are urging President-elect Joseph Biden to pick Rep. Andy Levin (D-Mich.), a former union organizer and green-energy advocate, as Secretary of Labor. “Congressman Levin checks every box that you’ll need in a Secretary of Labor to help implement your agenda effectively,” CWA President Chris Shelton wrote in a letter to…

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Phil Cohen Memoir Chronicles the Fight against Union Busting in North Carolina

New York, NY – Phil Cohen, a veteran organizer, was called out of retirement in 2017 by Workers United/SEIU to investigate and expose an illegal union-busting plot by Mohawk Industries at its North Carolina carpet mill. Cohen’s account of his fight to prove that management was behind an unlawful decertification petition and forced workers to...
Features, Law and Politics, National, Retail, topslot

CWA Backs Michigan Congressmember for Secretary of Labor

WASHINGTON—The Communications Workers of America are urging President-elect Joseph Biden to pick Rep. Andy Levin (D-Mich.), a former union organizer and green-energy advocate, as Secretary of Labor. “Congressman Levin checks every box that you’ll need in a Secretary of Labor to help implement your agenda effectively,” CWA President Chris Shelton wrote in a letter to...
Features, Health and Safety, National, topslot

SEIU 775 Benefits Group to Work with MagnaCare’s New & expanded Technology-Powered Trust and Welfare Administration Services

New York, NY – MagnaCare, a third party administrator with deep expertise supporting Taft-Hartley trusts, announced on Wednesday, November 11, that Seattle-based SEIU 775 Benefits Group has chosen MagnaCare’s new and expanded Trust and Welfare Administration Services to enable contribution accounting, financial administration, employee hours administration, enrollment and eligibility determination, and COBRA administration. SEIU 775...
Building Trades, Education, Entertainment, Features, Health and Safety, National, Retail, topslot, Transportation

Mental Health First Aid and Leadership

New York, NY – With the elections somewhat behind us and calls for unity appearing in headlines around the Country, the future uncertainties still prove there are big problems for any administration to handle. The fact remains that Covid is still a threat. Both employers and employees are struggling with business and unemployment concerns. This...
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Inside ‘The Art of Organizing: The Boston Museum of Fine Arts Union Drive’

New York, NY – In the early 1990’s, an arcane prohibition held over from an era of strikebreaking Pinkertons meant that security guards at the prestigious Boston Museum of Fine Arts were still barred from unionizing underneath the AFL-CIO umbrella.? Although low-paying, the museum job and its stated mission of sharing high culture with the...
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