Weblinks

Here's our comprehensive collection of Labor-oriented links. This page displays links from all categories. Select a subcategory to narrow your viewing choices. If you have a link you'd like included, email us at mail@unionwebsrvices.com.

Bread and Roses

Bread and Roses is the not-for-profit cultural arm of New York's Health and Human Service Union, 1199/SEIU. Its 220,000 predominantly Latina and African American women members are employed in all job categories in health care institutions throughout the metropolitan area, New Jersey and Florida.

United Food and Commercial Workers Union

Working men and women across the United States and Canada are proud to call the UFCW their union. We are from all backgrounds and walks of life in big cities, small towns, and suburbs. They work in a wide range of industries, including health care, meatpacking, poultry and food processing, manufacturing, distillery, winery, textile and chemical trades, and retail food.

Communications Workers of America

CWA, America's largest communications and media union, represents over 700,000 men and women in both private and public sectors, including over half a million workers who are building the Information Highway.

CWA members are employed in telecommunications, broadcasting, cable TV, journalism, publishing, electronics and general manufacturing, as well as airline customer service, government service, health care, education and other fields.

AFL-CIO

The mission of the AFL-CIO is to improve the lives of working families—to bring economic justice to the workplace and social justice to our nation. To accomplish this mission we will build and change the American labor movement.

United Electrical Workers

UE is an independent union (not affiliated with the AFL-CIO) proud of its democratic structure and progressive policies.

Most UE members still work in factories related to the union's traditional jurisdictions — electrical manufacturing, metalworking and plastics. UE members work as plastic injection molders, tool and die makers, sheet metal workers, truck drivers, warehouse workers, and custodians. We build locomotives, repair aircraft engines, assemble circuit boards, manufacture metal cabinets, produce industrial scales and make machine tools.

UE members are also teachers, speech pathologists and nurses; clerical workers, graduate instructors, graduate researchers, scientists, librarians, and day care workers. We maintain county roads, drive school buses, conduct research in university laboratories, counsel AIDS victims, treat waste water and engage in hundreds of other occupations.
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