Labor Day Message from UAW President Rory L. Gamble
In recognition of each and every UAW member and retiree, thank you for your service and your SOLIDARITY. Thanks to one and all, past and present, for your role in our just cause. Have a safe and happy Labor Day. In Solidarity, Rory L. Gamble Tune in to labor’s virtual celebrations
Labor Day Message from President Rory L. Gamble
Brothers and Sisters, As we celebrate Labor Day this Monday, I want to start by saying Thank You. This year has been utterly unprecedented, and we have had to deal with extraordinary challenges. I want to recognize the hard work and courage of my UAW family in facing this terrible pandemic and working to keep
Buy Union Made on Labor Day
Labor Day not only reminds us about the importance of unions and solidarity amongst workers, but it’s also one of the last holidays in the summer heat. It’s the perfect time for UAW members to fire up the grill, then kick back with a cold one and enjoy a little quality summer time with fellow
Share your Labor Day photos on UAW’s social platforms
UAW members around the country will be marching and celebrating on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 4. We want to see photos of you and your union brothers and sisters that day. Be sure to share on our social media pages and use the hashtag #UAWLABOR17: Twitter: @uaw | Instagram: uaw.union |Pinterest: UAW | YouTube: UAW
Vintage UAW Labor Day Sign Has Meaning Today
This UAW Labor Day sign from years ago shows the power of unions has always benefitted the lives of workers. The details may have changed since then but the message is the same: Belonging to a union means a better life for workers.
The History of Labor Day
You work hard. And when Labor Day hits Sept. 4 you know it’s your day to celebrate your role in making our economy strong while you provide for your family. Labor Day signals the unofficial end of summer with parades and barbecues and is a mainstay of American culture. But it wasn’t always that way
Stand up for working people this Labor Day and download the toolkit
On Labor Day, Sept. 4, America’s workers will be recognized and honored. This year it’s more important than ever to think about the power of organizing and why more workers are calling for a voice on the job. So many workers are facing attacks on wages, health care, retirement security and rights on the job.