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March is Women’s History Month. From the sit-down strikes of 1936-37 through the war years of Rosie the Riveter, from the postwar fight for jobs to today’s campaigns for pay equity and safe workplaces, women have played a key role in UAW history. Side by side, women and men are building a stronger union every day. We salute UAW women everywhere... Read more >>>
Detroit Urban League honors UAW Ford’s Jimmy Settles
(WJBK) – This week the Detroit Urban League holds their signature event The Salute to Distinguished Warriors, honoring leaders in human and civil rights.
Another one of the honorees is a labor leader with a commitment to service – Jimmy Settles.
The following is a statement from UAW President Dennis Williams regarding today’s passage of S.J. Res. 27 Disapproving the rule submitted by the Department of Labor relating to “Clarification of Employer’s Continuing Obligation to Make and Maintain an Accurate Record of Each Recordable Injury and Illness.”
In a slap to the face of American workers, the Senate vote today to rollback workplace protections that have existed for over forty years...Read more >>>
Labor Voices: Nissan rejects dialogue with workers
Canton, Miss. – Earlier this month, top executives at Nissan North America received a letter from supporters of the Mississippi Alliance for Fairness at Nissan (MAFFAN), a coalition of civil rights leaders, ministers and worker advocates who support Nissan employees’ efforts to form a union…
UAW Women’s History Month Spotlight: Julie Kushner
Women have had important roles in UAW history and today women leaders in the UAW are continuing that legacy of leadership. Region 9A Director Julie Kushner has spent her life advocating for social justice for workers and women. Her earliest memories are of her mother showing her what women can achieve when they decide to make the world a better place.
The Ryan Health Care Bill puts retirement at risk by making massive cuts to Medicare and Medicaid.
Speaker Ryan and House Republicans want to repeal the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, and replace it with a bill that gives millions in tax breaks to the rich. They want to pay for those tax breaks by taxing your benefits and stealing Medicare and Medicaid funds.Read more >>>
March is Women’s History Month. From the sit-down strikes of 1936-37 through the war years of Rosie the Riveter, from the postwar fight for jobs to today’s campaigns for pay equity and safe workplaces, women have played a key role in UAW history. Side by side, women and men are building a stronger union every day. We salute UAW women everywhere. Here’s the story of one noteworthy UAW woman: Read more >>>
FCA Global Union Alliance Plans First U.S. Conference in Detroit
Union leaders whose members work at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Group around the world will convene in March to seek solutions to problems of mutual concern to the company and its unions...Read more >>>
Statement from UAW President Dennis Williams on Congressional Budget Office (CBO) Cost Estimate of Ryan Health Care Plan
“The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) confirmed that under the Ryan health care plan Americans would be forced to pay more money for less coverage. At the same time the bill grants hundreds of billions in tax breaks to corporations and a $7 million annual tax break to the 400 wealthiest U.S. households... Read more >>>
UAW and Caterpillar reach tentative agreement
The Caterpillar UAW bargaining team has reached a tentative agreement.
No details will be publicly released until Caterpillar UAW members have had a chance to review the agreement and highlights, and vote on the agreement.
UAW members should check with their local unions which will set meetings, including date, time and place to review the details of the contract and conduct ratification votes next week.
We celebrate Women’s History Month by thanking Mary Harris “Mother” Jones, a pioneer of workers’ rights, for her bravery and example for all who defend workers. She spent years risking her life facing off with anti-union companies in defense of abused coal miners and child workers in the late 19th and early 20th centuries... Read more >>>
March 10, 2017
To the March for Science Organizers:
As President of the International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), I am writing to request that our organization be added as a partner for the March for Science on April 22.Read more >>>
Easter Roller Skating Party
Date: Good Friday, April 14, 2017
GCFCU Scholarships! Glass City Federal Credit Union is awarding five $1000 scholarships to area students! Read more >>>
GREENVILLE, Ohio — UAW members who retired from Honeywell International Inc. before June 1, 2012 and their eligible spouses are entitled to the lifetime health care benefits the company agreed to in collective bargaining in 2003 and subsequent contracts, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday... Read more >>>
GM Employees and Retirees are eligible to purchase select tickets at a discount to Walt Disney World in Florida and Disneyland in California. Please keep in mind that the Walt Disney World Company administers this program and prices are subject to change without notice. Further, all multi-day passes expire 14 days from first date of usage. Tickets to Disneyland California are also available. If you want to vist Disney in California call 419-902-6656 for info. Read more >>>
If Portman and Trump had it their way, 30,000 auto-industry jobs might have never returned.
Innovation Ohio has just released a new report on the success of the auto rescue. Its findings demonstrate that while it was characterized as a “lousy deal for Ohio” by Rob Portman at the time of its implementation, the auto bailout has in fact been a resounding success. Indeed, the auto industry is now thriving and is as integral to Ohio’s economic success as ever.
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Watch the latest in the series of UAW Region 2-B messages from Director Ken Lortz. Read more >>>
Ohio lawmakers are considering legislation (pushed by corporate CEO's and their allies) that will gut unemployment compensation benefits. Please call your representative today and tell them to oppose this harmful bill - and spread the word! Read more >>>
VoteSpotter is a mobile app that connects you to your representatives. Get alerts when they vote, then tell them what you think. It's never been easier to make your voice heard.
Download the VoteSpotter app to your smartphone. Available at the Apple and Google Play app stores.Read more >>>