Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Union officials say the bill will protect workers from anti-union speech and actions that employers undertake before secret-ballot elections.

expects the Employee Free Choice Act to prevail in the Senate.

Communications Workers union, have collected $150 million to fund future organizing nationwide.
It's the biggest cash infusion dedicated to unionization that the group has ever received

labor violations they say make unions necessary to protecting work-place rights.

More than 40 U-Haul workers, including Collette, lost their jobs based on their union activity,

several colleagues filed a lawsuit against Pulte Homes claiming they were owed back wages and overtime pay, said a union would protect her and other construction workers against mistreatment on the job.