In the age of the Trump steel tariffs, more workers are getting pink slips. The Times of Northwest Indiana reports: “U.S. Steel laid off even more workers Friday in its third round of blood-letting since just November. The Pittsburgh-based steelmaker laid off an unspecified number of non-union employees at its Gary Works mill and the…

Joe Davidson of The Washington Post writes on the push back by the nation’s largest federal workers union – and several senators from both parties – against Presdietn Donald Trump’s new policy on collective bargaining rights for Department of Defense workers: “As President Trump continues battering federal employees, their largest union sent him a rousing…

With love in the air as Valentine’s Day approaches, we thought we’d share some proud union moments from the past year that we loved. 1. Teamsters joining in solidarity with striking UAW workers by refusing to deliver GM vehicles Last September, members of the UAW across the country went on strike against GM. The Teamsters…

President Donald Trump continues his frenetic pace of all things anti-union with his latest policy aimed at the Department of Defense. Government Executive reports: “President Trump signed a memo last month that could pave the way for his administration to outlaw collective bargaining by the Defense Department’s 750,000-person civilian workforce. According to a January 29…

Trump’s NLRB is at it again, seeking to overturn laws that protect workers from anti-union employers. Oregon Live reports: “The National Labor Relations Board wants a federal judge to throw out an Oregon law that prohibits employers from disciplining workers who refuse to attend mandatory meetings on politics, religious matters or unions. The board filed…