AFLCIO

AcronymDefinition
AFLCIOAmerican Federation of Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations
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THE RATS FLEEING THE SINKING SHIP CONTINUES, WITH THE AFLCIO UPSET ABOUT PPACA NOW.
We also heard updates from the MT AFL-CIO Executive Board members and the districts they represent and what is going on in their areas, and received a message from Richard Trumka--President of AFLCIO.
Safety became a hot issue for the AFLCIO in the 1960s largely because of intramural politics.
The Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline project received a major boost last month at the AFLCIO convention in Pittsburgh, PA.
Bill Halter's Hope for Arkansas Committee, the AFLCIO, the Arkansas Oil Marketers Association and Warren Stephens, owner and CEO of Stephens Inc.
First on the list of threats to Wal-Mart is the pullout from the AFLCIO of several major unions, including the UFCW, which took with them about a third of the AFL-CIO's 13 million members.
Shea, assistant to the president for government affairs at the AFLCIO, said that the feeling of partnership that comes from empowering consumers should spill over onto the physician side of the equation.
In reality, according to Sarah Massey, a spokesperson for the AFLCIO Americas Union Movement, it lowered wages, heightened unemployment and increased pollution.
Confirming the views expressed by these AFLCIO honchos, the Los Angeles Times recently quoted an illegal Mexican immigrant who insisted that the real beneficiaries of NAFTA were large Mexican and American companies.
The two gentlemen we will salute this year represent the finest in American spirit," said John Bowers, Chairman of the USS AOTOS Committee and President of the International Longshoremen's Association, AFLCIO.
The legislation is supported by both the Ohio Civil Service Employees Association (OCSEA) and Ohio AFLCIO.
Louis Labor Council and the AFLCIO Central Labor Councils in Southern Illinois.