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.

American Rights at Work

Since 2003, American Rights at Work has informed the American public about the struggle to win workplace democracy for nurses, cooks, computer programmers, retail cashiers, and a variety of workers who we all depend on every day. Their vision is a nation where the freedom of workers to organize unions and bargain collectively with employers is guaranteed and promoted.

American Arbitration Association

The world's leading provider of conflict management and dispute resolution services.

Alliance for Economic Justice

The Alliance for Economic Justice was formed by 19 labor unions to heighten visibility and focus attention on the three key economic areas of job creation, health care, and trade. Their web site is designed to highlight the effects these issues have on the livelihoods of working men and women. It provides current information, links to other news sources including the labor movement, legislative developments and reports, and the opportunity for AEJ members to offer comments and viewpoints on job-related and economic matters.

Alliance@IBM

Alliance@IBM is made up of career-minded IBM employees who are concerned about their future. "We are concerned about recent actions which undermined the retirement security of tens of thousands of IBM's most devoted employees. Over the last several years, we watched as management made reductions in other benefits. They sharply increased our healthcare costs and excluded many of us from getting paid for overtime. We formed Alliance@IBM to restore policies that value us for our contributions.."

AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust

The AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust is a registered investment company regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission and governed by a Board of Trustees. Trust investments of over $4.5 billion have financed more than 75,000 units of multifamily and single family housing nationwide.
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