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UNITE HERE takes on Hyatt

July 27, 2012 | Category: Union Issues | 0 comments |
Hyatt hurts

Housekeepers at Hyatt hotels this week launched a global boycott of the hotel chain and a campaign to crown Hyatt the worst hotel employer in America. Find out why your brother and sisters from UNITE HERE need your help.

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9 ways Union Plus helps put money back in your pocket

July 23, 2012 | Category: Deals & Discounts | 0 comments |
Grants rebates

Are you or a fellow union member in need of financial help?  Learn about Union Plus grants, scholarships, and rebates.  These unique programs can put money in your pocket to help cover hospital bills, fund college, pay for a new car, make ends meet when you're out of work, and more.

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Back-to-school deals and discounts

July 21, 2012 | Category: Deals & Discounts | 0 comments |
Back to school 2012

Looking for more ways to save as the kids head back to school?  Use your Union Plus discounts to save as much as 60% off Dell computers, AT&T wireless service, car insurance, clothing, college test prep courses, books and more.

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Don't get dinged by checking overdraft fees

July 19, 2012 | Category: Consumer Tips | 0 comments |
Debit card money

Despite federal rules limiting checking account overdraft fees, banks still make billions of dollars from overdrafts.  Here's how.  Many bank customers opt in to overdraft-protection programs that allow you to use your debit card for purchases even if you don't have enough money in your account to cover payment. Each overdraft incurs a fee of about $30 to $35.  That can make a $3 cup of coffee a $38 purchase!

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$500 Union Plus grant motivates UFCW family to save for college

July 17, 2012 | Category: Union Member Stories | 0 comments |
Ufcw college savings grant

Michael Egan, Crystal Lake, IL, Local 1546 member of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW), thought that after 37 years he knew his union benefits inside and out. Then Egan learned about a $500 Union Plus grant that helped him save for his children's college education. "I'd never heard of anyone offering free money for college," he laughs. "Leave it to Union Plus."

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Shopping for a new pet-friendly car?

July 9, 2012 | Category: Consumer Tips | 0 comments |
Pet friendly car deals

Use the Union Plus Auto Buying program to help you find great buys on new vehicles. Read about the week's 5 best "steals on wheels" with savings of as much as 13.1%. Members buying a union-assembled vehicle through the program are also eligible for up to $550 in Union Plus Rebates.

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AFGE member gets on the road to financial recovery with union help

July 6, 2012 | Category: Union Member Stories | 0 comments |
Afge credit counseling

When Lisa Johnson, American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) Local 709, found herself among the 43% of Americans spending more than they make, Johnson knew she needed help. By turning to Union Plus Credit Counseling Program, Johnson stopped the collection calls and got on the road to financial recovery. "I knew the program had to be reputable if the union was backing it," says Johnson, a 10-year union member.

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Helmets to Hardhats: Unions help vets build new careers

July 3, 2012 | Category: Union Issues | 0 comments |

Returning veterans who were deployed after 9/11 are getting help building new careers thanks to the construction trades' Helmets to Hardhats initiative. Today, these American heroes are Proud to be Union and proudly rebuilding the World Trade Center.

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