Volkswagen (VW) workers are claiming that the United Auto Workers (UAW) union used ‘misleading tactics’ in its push to unionize a plant in right-to-work Tennessee.
We were instructed to rise up out of the shadows. To band together, stand together, take our calloused hands and claw our way out of the shadows. To demand, to sit-in until the shadows had evaporated. Tens of thousands responded to the call, chanting “Si Se Puede.”
A trade agreement that has garnered broad support from a diverse array of organizations in the United States has drawn staunch opposition from labor unions and congressional Democrats.
One of the nation’s most heavily unionized states may soon become one of the largest right-to-work states in the country, a development some union members could not be more thrilled about.
Republicans are stepping up the pressure on the Obama administration to explain why a federal pension insurer slashed the pensions of non-union employees as part of the General Motors (GM) bailout, while union benefits were preserved.
When Delphi went broke, UAW workers retained pensions while non-union ‘management’ did not.
Democratic Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren appears to have changed her position on President Obama’s 2009 auto bailout, records show, and experts believe national Democrats are to blame.