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UAW President Dennis Williams’ Statement on Workers’ Memorial Day
“Today is Workers' Memorial Day, a day for working people and union brothers and sisters to pay tribute to those who have been hurt or killed on the job. Every worker death is a tragedy. Each brother or sister killed or injured on the job represents a family shattered, dreams extinguished, and potential loss. The sad fact is, nearly 4,600 Americans die every year from job-related injuries. An additional 50,000 succumb to work-related illnesses. Another 4 million will be injured on the job.
Sadly, in 2014, that was the fate of seven UAW members. Today as we remember others who lost their lives due to injuries suffered on the job, we also honor those brothers and sisters and the memories that are so close to home. Let this next year be the year, that all brothers and sisters return home safely each and every day to their families.”
Check out the latest message from Director Ken Lortz: make worker safety a priority in all our workplaces. Read more >>>
Take two minutes and twenty seconds to watch Robert Reich take on Fast Track and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Read more >>>
Tickets to every Friday, Saturday, Sunday home games - and week-day games.
Cleveland Indians at Detroit Tigers Bus Trip
12:00 NOON - 1:00 PM LOCAL 14 UAW HALL FLAGPOLE Lord, Hear Our Cry. "Hear the cry and the prayer that your servant is praying in your presence this day." 1 Kings 8:28 Read more >>>
SPRING FLING LUNCHEON AND 70'S THEME FASHION SHOW
SATURDAY, MAY 9, 2015
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
$5.00 PER TICKET
LOCAL 14 UNION HALL - UPSTAIRSRead more >>>
DISCOUNT TICKETS FOR DISNEY WORLD
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The UAW strongly opposes Fast Track because historically, Fast Track has led to unfair trade practices that have left millions of American workers out of work. Fast Track makes it easier for U.S. companies to move overseas where they can abuse workers and the environment. Read more >>>
The 2015 UAW Family Scholarship weeks have been announced:
These three, one week sessions are offered on a once-in-a-lifetime basis to UAW active members and their families, and are held at the Walter & May Reuther Family Education Center (Black Lake) in Onaway, MI.
But make no mistake, this week is open to single active members and couples as well...
The programs get the whole family involved and active, learning about labor history, UAW history in particular and current issues facing families today.Read more >>>
A calendar is now available with the dates and times of the Local 14 UAW union meetings. Read more >>>
Hall Rental Policy Change: Rentals on a Sunday for Weddings or Wedding Receptions will have an additional $100.00 charge. This change is effective April 26, 2015. Hall Rental is for Local 14 Members only. The member must come to the dues office to reserve the hall in person. If you are renting the hall for another person, you will be held responsible for the actions of that person. Read more >>>