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Labor of love: Five labor articles to read before Valentine’s Day

February 9, 2016 | Category: Union Issues | 0 comments |
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Valentine’s Day may not be here for a little while, but love for the labor movement goes year ‘round, right? Check out the latest with these five articles from the AFL-CIOUSW and AFSCME

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Join your name to support digital ads going union!

January 20, 2016 | Category: Union Issues | 0 comments |
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Our friends at SAG-AFTRA are calling on everyone to sign this petition to ensure that the digital innovation does not outpace time-tested, fair economic principles.

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Five labor union articles you should read

January 15, 2016 | Category: Union Issues | 1 comment |
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2015 is in our rear view mirror, and there is plenty of buzz going on in the labor union movement. Read more

Join your name to support our public sector union workers

January 13, 2016 | Category: Union Issues | 0 comments |
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Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, a U.S. Supreme Court case that went through oral arguments on Monday. The case will decide if a group of public-school teachers in California can overturn a 1977 precedent and not pay “fair share fees,” which support collective bargaining. If the precedent is overruled, the entire U.S. public sector could effectively become a right-to-work zone. Show your support for public section union workers by signing this petition!

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Union Plus scholarship allows IATSE member to take leadership role in her union

January 6, 2016 | Category: Union Issues | 0 comments |
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For Andrea Pelous, an International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employers (IATSE), member, getting an advanced degree was an important step to take. A Union Plus scholarship made that step easier, allowing her to receive assistance by offsetting the expense of an education, while paving the way for her to take a leadership role in Local 784. Read more

[QUIZ] The U.S. Age Discrimination in Employment Act

December 17, 2015 | Category: Union Issues | 0 comments |
This week in labor history and ‪#‎ThrowBackThursday‬ is brought to you by Union Plus. On December 15, 1967, the U.S. Age Discrimination in Employment Act becomes law, barring employment discrimination against anyone aged 40 or older. Take the quiz to test your knowledge of this important event in labor history! Read more

Despite contentious lockout, AFM member keeps her home thanks to Union Plus Mortgage Assistance

November 19, 2015 | Category: Union Issues | 0 comments |
Thanks to the Union Plus Mortgage Assistance program, this AFM member was prepared during a lockout. Read more

[QUIZ] How safety smart are you around the holidays? Stats provided by IAFF Fire Fighters

November 13, 2015 | Category: Union Issues | 0 comments |
Thanksgiving wins first place...for home fires involving cooking equipment. Take our quiz below to see how much you know about safety around the holidays. Read more

[QUIZ] A salute to Veterans Day

November 9, 2015 | Category: Union Issues | 0 comments |
Union Plus is celebrating the veterans who go so far to fight for our freedom by highlighting how unions are fighting for their good jobs when they come home. Read more

Optimizing outcomes for women’s health care: A conversation with NOW President Terry O’Neill

October 30, 2015 | Category: Union Issues | 0 comments |
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Women have always stood at the forefront of advocating for their health. By understanding how women’s health care issues affect the working world, we can begin to address the coverage inequalities that persist. I sat down with my colleague NOW President Terry O’Neill to discuss the challenges facing women today when it comes to healthcare, and the options for doing better in 2016. Read more

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