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The Pennsylvania AFL-CIO represents 700,000 workers from 51 International Unions, and 1,422 Locals in all of Pennsylvania's 67 counties.
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"77 percent of the City’s service workers, especially food service workers and healthcare workers, lack access to paid sick time".
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District Council 57 Jul 15
Thank you to PA District 15 State Representative Josh Kail for visiting the IUPAT District Council 57 Training Center
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It was great to have our Brothers on hand at the banquet for honoring John L. Stahl, III with the Conservation Steward of the Year Award!
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PA AFL-CIO Jul 16
FYI Working Pennsylvanians: pays less in taxes than you do. Talk about . . .
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PA AFL-CIO Jul 15
KEEP! IT! OPEN! We were so proud to join the nurses and medical staff at last week. Sending you from across the Commonwealth. DC33
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AFL-CIO Jul 15
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$15 and a Union Jul 14
Solidarity with Amazon workers walking off the job on strike on .
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PA AFL-CIO Jul 15
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RWDSU Jul 15
RWDSU President : "By doubling Prime Day's duration and halving the delivery time, the company is testing hundreds of thousands of workers' physical limits as though they were trained triathletes."
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PA AFL-CIO Jul 12
Thank you to Patricia and Rommie of the for your service and for joining us today!The Veterans Multi-Service Center serves at least 80-90 daily!
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PA AFL-CIO Jul 12
We are so proud to pack hygiene kits for the as this year’s Community Service Project of the ! Thank you for your service to our !
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PA AFL-CIO Jul 11
Keep. It. Open. There are 3,000 nurses doctors and patient advocates of and tens of thousands of Philadelphians who need reliable access to medical care.
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PA AFL-CIO Jul 11
Labor is in the House! Actually, we’re on broad street standing with our sisters and brothers at
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PA AFL-CIO Jul 11
The State Fed Community Services Institute is here at ! Solidarity for our sisters and brothers at
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PA AFL-CIO Jul 11
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PA AFL-CIO Jul 11
Across the board from our young union activists: 21st century unions will be more open and inclusive. For unions to succeed, we need to bring workers together of all backgrounds into a space of respect and solidarity.
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PA AFL-CIO Jul 11
The best advice we can give to young workers and union members who want to get involved, is to find your people. There are people out there who will support you, encourage you, and will welcome you.
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PA AFL-CIO Jul 11
I believe that there needs to be more communication about what unions do and how central they are to giving workers a voice in the job. We need to hold space for each other and focus on deep education on the power of a voice at work. -Zakia Elliot, PCW
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PA AFL-CIO Jul 11
We need to explain why labor unions are essential to economic stability for young workers. We need to show how union membership changes lives for the better! Jack O’Neill, President
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PA AFL-CIO Jul 11
We need to use technology to open up communication with our members. We need engaged workers to feel empowered and understand the issues that affect them and their fellow workers! -Jonathan Gary
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