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Comment by Joe Balkis on July 17, 2011 at 19:21
Will Auto's Three-Tier Wage
Be on the Table?
As contract talks between the United Auto Workers and the Detroit Three get under way, activists say the solidarity-sapping multi-tier wage system should be on the table. With Michigan UAW members busted down to $14 an hour building GM's subcompact Sonic, union leaders say the companies still need help.
Critics of AT&T Contract Back Reform Candidate in CWA
At this week's Las Vegas convention, the Communications Workers experienced a rare contested race for a top officer position. For the first time in decades, a local leader ran against the union establishment's candidate, garnering a quarter of the vote.
In Florida, An Organizing Drive that Doubled the Union
Faculty members in Florida's public institutions of higher learning have responded to the state legislature's attack on public employee unionism by building unions in their right-to-work state at an outstanding rate.
In the Blog: Protest Atop Crane in Korea, Michigan's 'No Soup for You' Kitchen Shows Budget Cuts Price
Thousands gathered in Korea to support a woman welder who has been staging a lone sit-in since January on top of a 115-foot shipyard crane to protest job cuts. In Michigan, the state's nurse union held a soup kitchen serving people left in need by the state's drastic budget cuts.

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