March 18, 2016
Protect American jobs. Check your Oreo and other Nabisco snack labels before you buy!
With contracts covering more than 28,000 workers at AT&T Southeast about to expire, CWA Local 3607 in Greensboro is calling on all available members, friends, family to rally support for the bargaining team trying to bring back a fair contract.
Federal workers without a union on their side would get a major economic boost if the Federal Prevailing Rate Advisory Committee would adopt a proposal by AFGE and other unions to boost the federal minimum wage of hourly employees to $15 an hour.
CenturyLink workers in Wake and nearby counties, members of CWA Local 3682, will picket outside company offices in Youngsville on Monday, Dec. 8 from 6:30 to 8:30 AM. With good jobs and retirement security for 175 workers on the line, this informational picket will provide an opportunity for you to show public support for workers’ efforts to win a fair contract – one that prevents the company from outsourcing jobs and cutting retirement benefits.
From voting to preserve civilian jobs on N.C. military bases to fighting pay freezes, opposing Social Security privatization, and voting for laws to guarantee women receive equal pay for equal work – federal employees have multiple reasons to vote to re-elect Kay Hagan to U.S. Senate.
Big news in the effort to build a new southern workers movement came last week as thousands of American Airlines employees voted overwhelmingly to have a union on their side.
Staples and the U.S. Postal Service have cut a deal that jeopardizes your mail service and your local post office. Help us stop Staples!
American Federation of Government Employees Local 1770 handed out 20,000 pounds of food to 460 families in Spring Lake.
AFSCME has just released a new video about how the federal government is spending billions of dollars to the exclusive benefit of special interests.
AFGE Local 3509, which represents workers in the SSA, is asking for solidarity support to save services at Social Security Administration at two rallies in Southeastern NC on Wednesday, December 5.
American is threatening lay-offs and massive wage cuts, and without a union the workers will have no voice. Come out and show the workers they are not alone!
The North Carolina State AFL-CIO is the largest association of local unions and union councils in North Carolina, representing over one-hundred and forty-thousand union members, fighting for good jobs, safe workplaces, workers’ rights, consumer protections, and quality public services on behalf of ALL working people.