February 28, 2014
Servers are fed up with living off tips. They are standing up for 1 FAIR WAGE.
You can do your part to help Organize the South at “Poultry Workers Appreciation Day” on Wednesday.
We must rise to the challenge where the challenge presented by organized greed is the greatest – here in the South.
America’s unions resolve to develop a new Southern Organizing Strategy.
Join us at the OUR Walmart labor and community forum in Raleigh on September 5th.
Sugar shouldn’t leave a bitter taste in your mouth. That’s why we are calling on American Crystal Sugar to end the 14-month lockout of its workers, members of BCTGM. Until Crystal Sugar agrees to end the lockout, the AFL-CIO will call for a boycott of the company’s products.
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!
Join us in Winston-Salem on May 3 as we rally and march for justice for tobacco farm workers! Tell Reynolds it’s time to take responsibility for it’s actions and it’s supply chain.
In the wake of the bankruptcy of American Airlines, 13,000 people will lose their jobs and its employees’ will lose their pension. Over a hundred workers at RDU International airport will be affected, and their local union is asking for our help. Show your solidarity with American workers by taking the pledge, “I support American jobs.”
The National Labor Relations Board has proposed a set of modest changes to the rules governing the process for voting on union representation. If adopted by the NLRB, these modest changes would modernize and streamline its representation election procedures and restore some balance and fairness to the system.
Drivers at Alsco say ‘UNION YES!’ Alsco drivers in Charlotte, NC voted overwhelmingly to form a union and be represented by Teamsters Local 71. The drives, also known as Route Sales Representatives (RSRs), voted 8 to 1 to organize and bargain a contract for a better life. “In hard times, these drivers, after talking with […]
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.