On This Day in 1932
The first U.S. unemployment compensation law was enacted in Wisconsin.
- Voices of Labor
• The future for labor
• Nonprofit workers need unions, too
• Immigration is for rich people
• I was skeptical of unions. Then I joined one.
• How will autonomy affect the trucking industry?
• Training gets Teamsters involved in 2020 race
• The $15 minimum wage bill has all but died in the Senate
• On a Kentucky train truck, a union protest without the union
• Truckers say trade war “killing’ ability to make a living
• Penn. workers docked pay for not attending Trump speech
• America has a half-million fewer jobs than we thought
• Heat takes down more UPS workers during hottest summer ever
• 50 states. 50 photos. How many can you guess?
General Membership Meetings
Baltimore: Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020 @ 10 am
Salisbury: Sunday, Feb. 16, 2020 @ 10 am
Please be present and on time.