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Steve Smith 19h
The number of union workers in CA increased by 100K over the last year. Despite broken labor laws that make it difficult to join a union, workers are finding a way to stand together & bargain collectively to improve their lives
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Sara 4h
Happy to be part of this growing statistic.
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Shannon4OH Jan 19
Oh De Niro going all in on strong unions and I literally clapped from my couch. He is right politicians who support strong unions also support people, including working people and the issues that give us a better life
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zaid Jan 21
Burnout prevention is more than just resilience techniques and yoga class. It’s having a supportive work environment protected by a fair contract that lets residents live life less encumbered by financial stress.
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Steve Smith Jan 21
Here's the thing: Don't ever trust . Just about every move they've made in response to has been a political ploy to shield the company from accountability for exploiting drivers & risking the safety of riders. This latest move is no different
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People for Bernie Jan 20
Two weeks before the , Iowa is absolutely on fire for unions
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Jonathan Bauman Jan 21
This is how we start fixing our economic inequality. The workers get together and say: We demand to stop being exploited. It starts with rolling back decades of being lied to about organized labor and replacing ineffective union leadership.
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Zack Khan🌹🌅 Jan 21
Proud to announce I just completed an interview to become a shop steward for the powerful ! Wild to think I’m doing this on the first unionized presidential campaign in US history. The Union makes Us strong!
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Unions_Rock Jan 21
Take note: Your recent paycheck (pay period 26) may look a bit larger or smaller than usual as the result of a payroll processing error. Read how the error is being resolved, learn about a scholarship application deadline and get other news in your e-Bulletin.
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Ԍεοϝϝ 🌹 Jan 20
Replying to @SpittingBack
Joe Biden is typical of Democrats over the last 40 years - determined to dismantle the New Deal and willing to cut programs like Social Security and Medicare in pursuit of some elusive "grand bargain" with the GOP.
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UofC for Bernie 2020 10h
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MoveUP Jan 21
The extremes that some organizations will go to try and bust unions is stunning and shameful. It really goes to show just how critically needed unions are to fight for the rights of workers.
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Sunrise Oberlin 🌅 Jan 21
Library workers are integral to our communities, and like all workers, deserve good pay, healthy working conditions and a seat at the table. If is not willing to negotiate a fair contract, then we are ready to stand with you on the picket lines.
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CaliBerns Jan 21
I love when AOC starts her tweets with “Well, well, well:”
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32BJ SEIU Jan 17
Senator recently sat down with fast food workers from and airport workers from contractor who are fighting for their union – hear what he had to say about .
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SPFE Local 28 Jan 21
Nelsie Yang, St. Paul City Council member. WHO ARE WE? SPFE!!
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Chris Sielaff Jan 21
Not even close to what this clown deserves.
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Tyler Moroles for 63B Jan 21
I am proud to stand with today for work that doesn't make you sick or injured, basic benefits like sick days for all. El Pueblo is rising up and it is always up to us to listen and act! Estoy orgulloso de los trabajadores luchando para todos. Adelante!
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Vangie Williams Jan 20
"Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health is the most shocking and inhuman." Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Thank you to for allowing me to spend Martin Luther King's birthday meeting people with unforgettable stories.
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JusticeforJanitors 19h
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