Take Action: Support AT&T Workers on Strike!

40,000 workers at AT&T just announced that they will walk off the job for three days starting Friday at 3pm ET/Noon PT if they haven’t won a fair union contract by then. Workers have been at the bargaining table for months fighting for good jobs against a company dead set on lining its pockets at

What we saw at the March for Science

Photo by Sarah Joseph On Saturday, Earth Day, tens of thousands of people participated in the March for Science at the National Mall in Washington, D.C., and numerous other cities across the U.S.  Among the participants in Washington were hundreds of UAW members who rallied behind the mission of the event and spent the day

Mississippi Today: Union’s complaints about Nissan’s Mississippi plant filed in three countries

After years of working to unionize workers at the Nissan plant in Canton, the United Auto Workers is shifting its strategy and going international with its concerns about conditions at Nissan’s Mississippi plant. On Dec. 20, the Detroit-based union announced cases in three countries against French automaker Renault, which has a strategic partnership with Nissan,

Labor Voices: Company offers a cautionary tale

For decades, men and women of Honeywell Aerospace Corporation in Green Island, New York, and South Bend, Indiana, crafted the wheels and brakes that our military and commercial aircraft rely on every day. But on the Monday after Mother’s Day when they showed up for work, they were escorted out of the plant and locked

UAW Statement on Higher Education

Overview Our country’s higher education system, vocational training and workplace apprenticeship programs prepare us for the jobs of tomorrow. In a global market, American workers must continue to lead the way in productivity, service and quality. Advanced technology jobs, whether they are in manufacturing, health care, government or any other UAW sector, require advanced knowledge

UAW Statement on Immigration

Overview Our broken immigration system hurts all of us. The status quo creates divisions, depresses wages and weakens labor standards for all workers. Out of fear of being deported, undocumented workers have little recourse against wage theft and other employer abuses. When businesses can exploit immigrant workers, it lowers the wages of all workers. There

TPP must be good for America, create jobs

Statement by UAW President Dennis Williams TPP is a sweeping agreement that touches nearly every aspect of your daily life. It impacts the food you eat, the air you breathe, the medicines you take, and the cars you drive. It will impact demand for the world-class farming equipment tens of thousands of UAW members build. 

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