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Growing Graduate Employee Movement Pursues Collective Bargaining Rights at Private Universities

NEW YORK, NY — Unions seeking representation for more than 3,000 research and teaching assistants (RAs and TAs) filed certification petitions with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) today. Graduate Workers of Columbia (GWC-UAW), the union for 2,800 Columbia University RAs and TAs, and Student Employees of New School (SENS-UAW), the union for over 350 RAs and TAs at the New School, filed petitions at the Manhattan NLRB office to become part of the UAW.

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The National Child Identification Program

 

Benefits Report at Detroit Diesel Corporation

By:  Ray Herrick, Mark Grant & Toni Massey 

 

Romulus Powertrain

Unit Meeting

Thursday, December 18, 2014

 

Bereavement Notice

Marion Potter

Wife of Michael Potter

GM Retiree

Passed Away - December 2, 2014

 

Retiree Annual Christmas Party

Friday, December 12th

12 PM - 3 PM

 

Robert Paul Laduke

 

Father of DDC Employee

Ted Laduke

Dept. 933

Bereavement Notice

Retiree Daniel Stockdale

Father of DDC Employee

Shelley Welichko - Dept. 719

and

Father in Law of DDC Employee

Byron Welichko - Dept. 127

President's Letter

Veterans Memorial at DDC

Dedication Ceremony 

November 11, 2014

UAW Local 163 - Education Committee

presents

Brothers on the Line

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UAW Region 1A

60th Annual Invitational

Bowling Tournament

March 21, 2015

     Hey!  Lets give a big shout out and all the help we can to the fast food workers of America.  They are doing all they can to raise the minimum wage which is a joke in most states and along with their great efforts they want to be UNIONIZED.  The vast majority of fast food workers are young it is very gratifying that they are well aware that unions are the only real protection workers have.  I have heard, and perhaps some of you have heard, some workers and retired workers say unions are no good bas-----, yet they totally embrace all the many benefits that unions afforded them for a very comfortable living standard.  Read more >>>

Amendments to Article 16 of the UAW Constitution will take effect beginning November 1, 2014 

Why the UAW matters and it should matter to YOU!

by Tony Trupiano 

UAW Local 163 - Detroit Diesel

Veteran's Memorial

On May 5th, 2014, UAW Secretary Treasurer Dennis Williams made an announcement at our UAW-GM Joint Health & Safety Conference that impacts current and future UAW GM retirees eligible for benefits as provided by the UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust (the “Trust”) that we wanted to share.

We are pleased to inform you that effective January 1, 2015, the Trust will provide Dental and Vision coverage to our eligible GM retirees. The covered benefits will be comparable to those that were provided by General Motors Corporation prior to the 2009 bankruptcy.

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UAW BENEFITS REPORT


BY: Ray Herrick, Mark Grant & Toni Massey
UAW Benefits Representatives at Detroit Diesel

Official Retirees Executive Board Election Results

President's Letter to Lakeland Center members 

By Joe Uehlein

The approach of the 40th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22 provides us an opportunity to reflect on the “long, strange trip” shared by the environmental movement and the labor movement over four decades here on Spaceship Earth.

A billion people participate in Earth Day events, making it the largest secular civic event in the world. But when it was founded in 1970, according to Earth Day’s first national coordinator Denis Hayes, “Without the UAW, the first Earth Day would have likely flopped!”

www.labor4sustainability.org/post/earth-day-labor-and-me/

Michigan State Capitol

 The Bond between the UAW and the Civil Rights Movement

Please Click on Our Attachment for the Latest Calendar of Events! 

LANSING, Mich. -- Michigan’s state capitol building will remain open to citizen demonstrations after workers filed suit and won a temporary injunction against arbitrary closure of the building during massive protests against anti-worker, anti-family legislation supported by Gov. Rick Snyder. 

About 3,000 demonstrators were inside and around the Capitol today, protesting Gov. Snyder’s plan to push a radical change in Michigan’s labor laws through the legislature with little advance notice and no public hearing.  Michigan State Police responded by closing the building, shutting citizens out of the legislative process. 

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Starting January 1st, 2012, the State of Michigan has implemented a law Read more >>>

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