UAW Through the Decades

UAW Through the Decades This song is one labor’s anthems, and it has been reimagined over time. And the pictures document our past, our struggles, our triumphs and the continuing need of standing together. Which Side Are You On? The 1930s & Before The earliest organized autoworkers were members of the Carriage and Wagon Workers

UAW statement on Japan’s inclusion in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)

DETROIT – We commend President Obama for his leadership and support for the U.S. auto industry. His actions helped prevent a second Great Depression, saving more than a million American jobs in the process. Domestic automakers have pledged investment in U.S. plants through 2015 that will mean more than 40,000 direct manufacturing jobs in the

Workers in five states call on Flex-N-Gate Corp. to invest in good manufacturing jobs

Actions from Michigan to Texas bring unionized and non-union workers together to deliver message: ‘Flex-N-Gate can afford to do better’ Workers in five states are calling on Flex-N-Gate Corp. — one of the nation’s largest and fastest-growing automotive suppliers — to invest in its U.S. workforce by improving safety, paying livable wages and putting an

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