USW@Work: Volume 16, Issue 2


Page 4: A Solid Foundation, USW Cement Workers Key Part of Infrastructure Push

160 units in the USW cement council are on the front lines of a union-led campaign to secure trillions of dollars in federal infrastructure investments and ensure the growth of good union jobs for decades to come.

Page 16: ATI Forces 1,300 Workers To Picket Line

About 1,300 members at eight Allegheny Technologies Inc. (ATI) facilities in four states launched an unfair labor practice (ULP) strike in late March following the company’s attempts to force them to accept major economic and contract language concessions.

Page 20: PRO Act Would Rebuild Labor Movement

new president and Democratic majorities in both houses of Congress have given new life to a bill that would restore union rights and level the playing field for workers more than at any time since the New Deal reforms that followed the Great Depression.

Page 24: University Campaigns Push Forward; Thousands of Workers Continue Organizing in Face of Relentless Union-Busting

Thousands of prospective USW members at the University of Pittsburgh are pushing ahead with their union organizing campaigns despite the administration’s relentless union-busting efforts that have now cost the university more than $2.1 million.

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