Hiring Deadlines Extended


Would you like to work for the UAW? Now Hiring! Please see the following links for information on the Union Representative positions within the UAW Local 2322. Full-time Union Representative Part-time Union Representative (Vermont Units) Please email your inquiries and resumes to the hiring committee listed on the job position you wish to fill. It is important to notice that there are multiple hiring committees so make … Continue reading

Hiring Notice: GEO Black Caucus Coordinator (EXTENDED DEADLINE)


Black Caucus Coordinator Rationale:             The Black Caucus is a progressive, democratic organization of domestic and international Black and African-descended graduate student-workers dedicated to the pursuit of racial, gender and economic equality through active political participation. The Black Caucus Coordinator supports the Black Caucus in its work to address the unique needs and issues of both domestic and international Black graduate student-workers and graduate student-workers … Continue reading

July Labor Poster Exhibit


The Universal Struggle for Better Working Conditions An international labor poster exhibit from the collection of Stephen Lewis July 2 through July 28, 2016 Northborough Free Library 34 Main Street Northborough, MA Open Monday Noon – 8:30 pm Tuesday – Wednesday 9:30 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. Thursday – Saturday 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. For library info call 508.393.5025 This project is supported in part by a grant from the … Continue reading

June 29, 2016 – Providence Hospital TENTATIVE AGREEMENT

The Providence Hospital Union Bargaining Committee (L-R Olga Mercado, Michelle Reardon, Miriam Lexie, John McGrath, Ryan Quinn, Traci Ellithorpe)

The union’s bargaining committee met yesterday and today for a total of about 20 hours to come to a tentative agreement on a new four-year contract at Providence Hospital. These marathon sessions were the 11th and 12th times that the union’s bargaining committee met with management. The agreement is for a four-year contract and includes over 4% in increases to starting wages, and $.40 per year … Continue reading