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UAW Local 1714 approves plan for GM Lordstown

LORDSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – A local union representative confirmed to WYTV Friday that United Auto Workers Local Union 1714 has come to a work agreement with the management General Motors’ Lordstown plant. 78 more words

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UAW Local 1714 approves plan for GM Lordstown

LORDSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – A local union representative confirmed to WKBN Friday that United Auto Workers Local Union 1714 has come to a work agreement with the management General Motors’ Lordstown plant. 82 more words

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Colt Emerges from Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

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To stop their money woes Clot needs to move from

 Connecticut so they can tell the U.A.W. to dropdead.

 

Colt Defense announced on Wednesday that it has completed its financial restructuring process and emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy. 335 more words

5-Year Deal Between Nexteer, Union Easily Wins Approval

SAGINAW (WWJ/AP) — Union members at a major Michigan auto parts supplier have approved a five-year contract.

The United Auto Workers says the deal with Nexteer Automotive was approved by 61 percent of workers who cast ballots. 148 more words

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Massive Food Giveaway For Holidays Planned In Detroit

DETROIT (AP) – A massive food giveaway for the holidays is taking place in Detroit this weekend.

UAW-Ford is donating more than 25,000 holiday meals during its third annual “Boxes of Love” effort, which is part a national community giving initiative. 108 more words

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The Power of Unions & the Fight for Fairness!

By Friends of Labor

By the early 1970s labor unions were seen with great respect by the American people. They had prestige and power and had succeeded in changing the course of American labor by securing for their members and families decent wages and many benefits, including health insurance and pensions! 609 more words

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Today’s News & Commentary — December 9, 2015

Do we need a third category for workers in the gig economy? Steven Greenhouse writes in the American Prospect about a new paper that proposes solutions for on-demand workers. 509 more words

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