Indiana-Armstrong-Clarion Central Labor Council

 

Working people are tired of hearing how tax giveaways for Wall Street billionaires and corporations will supposedly trickle down to the rest of us.

“What we know from RNRN’s work in previous disaster-stricken areas, including hurricanes Katrina and Rita, as well as post-earthquake Haiti and super typhoon Haiyan, is that after an initial surge

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As National Apprenticeship Week kicks off, a new report from the Working for America Institute and Jobs With Justice Education Fund profiles a Washington state apprenticeship program as a successful example of a workforce intermediary partnership. These partnerships bring together unions and employers to recruit, train, and diversify the workforce for a given industry or a specific employer.

As a pillar of the Democratic Party, unions have wanted for years to see mainstream Democrats push for major reforms to the law that would rejuvenate the ranks of organized labor. At the press conference Wednesday, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka applauded the proposals, but also emphasized that many Democrats have taken their union support for granted.

Thank you for sponsoring or attending our 7th Annual Golf Outing and truly making it a success.

It was the biggest and best thanks to you! On Monday, September 4, 2017, the Labor Day Parade in Erie, Pa, proved again that “Labor is Alive and Well in NWPA” with more than 3100 marching down the street. County Executive Kathy Dahlkemper welcomed everyone with poinent remarks. Each organization was introduced by labor’s best friends and supporters; Representatives Florindo Fabrizio, Patrick Harkins and Ryan Bizzarro.