Site Map Icon
RSS Feed icon
 
 
 
October 23, 2014

General Membership Meetings:
Nov. 2, 2014  - Baltimore
Nov. 2, 2014  - Salisbury

Today in Labor History
Oct. 23, 1902:  President Theodore Roosevelt establishes a fact-finding commission that suspends a nine-months-long strike by Western Pennsylvania coal miners fighting for better pay, shorter workdays and union recognition. The strikers ended up winning more pay for fewer hours, but failed to get union recognition. It was the first time that the federal government had intervened as a neutral arbitrator in a labor dispute.
Member Login
Username:

Password:


Not registered yet?
Click Here to sign-up

Forgot Your Login?
In Case You Missed It
Updated On: Jul 19, 2013

  • Four surprising facts about Maryland's new gas tax.
  • More on Labor's problem with Obamacare.
  • Baltimore Sun, Tribune Co. is no longer for sale.
  • Confirmed CFPB director will stand up for workers.
  • Will immigration reform protect workers? Good question.
  • ALEC agenda tips the scales of justice to help corporations win.
  • Hoffa: Congress shouldn't outsource its trade negotiating authority.  
  • Please note: Your webmaster will be on vacation until August 5.


 
 
Teamsters Local 355
Copyright © 2014, All Rights Reserved.
Powered By UnionActive™

419001 hits since Jan 01, 2010
Visit Unions-America.com!

Top of Page image