|UAW Local 14|
The US Supreme Court by a 5-4 majority, voted to stop early voting in Ohio which was to begin on September 30, 2014. Early voting will now begin on October 7, 2014. Read more >>>
UAW National CAP Department invites you to join a conversation about the 2014 Mid-Term Elections featuring UAW President Dennis Williams & special guest Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio.
This Tele-Town is for UAW active and retired members and their families only. This event is closed to the press.Read more >>>
Join UAW President Dennis Williams and special guest Senator Sherrod Brown for a conversation about the 2014 Mid-Term Elections on Tuesday, September 30th at 5:00 PM. To sign up for this tele-town hall, visit uaw.org/tth. Read more >>>
In “right-to-work” states, workers make less money, and jobs are less safe. Josh Mandel supports right to work in Ohio. Learn more here.
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October 12-17, 2014 at the Walter and May Reuther Family Education Center, Black Lake, Michigan. Registrations should be postmarked by October 1, 2014. Read more >>>
The Richard T. Gosser Scholarship Program is now accepting applications from the daughters and sons of UAW Region 2B members who will graduate from high school in 2015. These prestigious $10,000 awards are based on S.A.T. scores, class rank, extra-curricular activites, letters of recommendation, personality traits and leadership abilities.
Applications are assessed by a six member team of prominent community leaders, clergy and educators, who then select the winners. The application must be either received by the Region 2B office or postmarked by October 15, 2014. This deadline is firm, and no exceptions will be made. Please click below to access the application form and scholarship rules. We are asking all locals who participate in the scholarship fund to post this information at our work sites.Read more >>>
Ohio's Republican Treasuerer Josh Mandel says he supports the so-called "right to work" legislation because it's "important for workers to have rights." Josh Mandel doesn't really care about workers' rights: "right to work" laws make Unions weaker- result in less money in workers' pockets, and their jobs less safe. Read more >>>
Join us Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 1:00 P.M. at the Sylvania Sports & Exhibition Center at Tam-O-Shanter! Enjoy live entertainment, good food, raffles and plenty of fun activities for the kids, with fellow UAW members from across Region 2-B. Read more >>>
A calendar is now available with the dates and times of the Local 14 UAW union meetings. Read more >>>
So-called right to work laws are wrong for working and middle class families. These laws make paying union dues optional - even though unions are required by law to represent all workers under their agreements. In other words, the laws give people the right to shirk - since all the benefits of a union contract still cover everyone, regardless if they pay dues or not. As a result, unions will have trouble representing members and negotiating contracts because bargaining power will be lost.
The effort to pass a right to shirk law is currently under way in Ohio. Recently these laws were passed in Indiana and Michigan. In Ohio, the same people who wanted to take away our collective bargaing rights with Senate Bill 5 are behind the right to shirk. It's crucial that we educate ourselves and our co-workers, families, neighbors and friends about the truth behind this deceitful effort. When was the last time billionaires spent millions of dollars to give more rights and freedom in the workplace?Read more >>>