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AFL-CIOAmerican Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations
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Bruce Rauner chose that city shortly after taking office in 2015 as the site of his first formal address urging passage of anti-union "right to work" laws, the decision was seen as a direct shot at the AFL-CIO President.
The text of the draft on the right to strike was, according to the American trade union, presented to the Moroccan parliament without inclusive dialogue with all major Moroccan stakeholders in the labor sector, especially trade and labor unions.For AFL-CIO, the fact that the draft was introduced to parliament "without prior tripartite negotiations" is "a violation of the most fundamental and constitutional rights.
The unions of the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO will redouble efforts to guarantee the freedom to join, stand and negotiate together.
Indeed, Minchin frames his narrative of the AFL-CIO under the presidencies of Lane Kirkland, John Sweeney, and (briefly) Trumka as a revision of the hostile portrayal of the federation by leading labour historians.
In 2016, the AFL-CIO gave the Democrat a 100 percent rating on his voting record, and his lifetime score is 95 percent.
The AFL-CIO has made no secret of its opposition to Trump.
Alarmed by the massive migration of Central Americans across the U.S.-Mexico border this spring and summer, many of them unaccompanied minors or women with children, the AFL-CIO sent a delegation to Honduras in October 2014 to investigate root causes of the migration.
Summary: Although one recent study found that CEO pay slowed in 2013, another released by the AFL-CIO says that the gap in pay between CEO’s ...
AFL-CIO, the country's largest union coalition with 13 million members, painted a negative picture of efforts by the European Union and United States to seal a landmark trade deal - the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) - by late 2014 or early 2015, dpa.
The AFL-CIO Equity Index Fund, a collective investment fund available to qualified pension plans, today announced it has grown to more than $4 billion in investment commitments by union, Taft-Hartley and public employee pension plans since its inception in 2011.
"Time and time again, the Republicans have gotten together and said no," Obama told members of the Building and Construction Trades Department of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO).