Although a court decision dealt a serious blow this week to two unions’ attempt to have Wisconsin’s right-to-work law overturned, the fight is not over.
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Talks have wrapped up in what the head of the state’s largest construction union calls the toughest negotiating sessions he can recall in his 26 years on staff at Local 139 of the International Union of Operating Engineers.Read More »
Although they are keeping their lips sealed in public, construction officials are settling in for plenty of chin wagging at the bargaining table as the expiration dates for some of the industry’s biggest contracts quickly approach this spring.Read More »
New federal data show union membership in Wisconsin has declined nearly 40 percent since legislation was passed gutting collective bargaining for public workers.Read More »
The Wisconsin State AFL-CIO is expressing solidarity with labor organizations in Kentucky as they prepare to fight proposals to adopt a right-to-work law, eliminate prevailing wages and take other steps that are generally believed harmful to unions.Read More »