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  • iMail , News March 23, 2006

    iMail for Thursday, March 23, 2006

    IAM Supports Florida Aerospace Development Fund The IAM has taken the lead in working with State Representative Bob Allen of Florida (R-FL) in developing a creative mechanism to spur economic development and create jobs in the Florida space industry.  Rep. Allen has proposed a $250 million commitment by the State of Florida to invest in

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  • News March 22, 2006

    Your Legal Rights During an Organizing Campaign

    A Union For Everyone Your Legal Rights During an Organizing Campaign Did you know there are federal laws in place to protect workers interested in forming a Union? It’s true. You may be surprised to learn that many activities, some even on company property, are completely protected by our federal government. United States National Labor

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  • News March 17, 2006

    Video Library

      Watch all previous UTA videos. APRIL 28, 2006 – Video: Contracts: Good Enough for the Company, Good Enough for Us Larry Bowen talks about the security of a contract. APRIL 28, 2006 – Video: Time to Give the Union A Chance Allen Kight feels the company had a chance, now it’s time to give the union

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  • News March 16, 2006

    Union Advantage For Benefits Grows Wider

    Union workers receive employer-paid benefits that far exceed the benefits employers provide for nonunion workers, and the union advantage is growing wider. For years, employers have been canceling benefit coverage and shifting more of the remaining costs to workers. Unions have been able to fight off this employer attack on benefits, but nonunion workers have

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  • iMail , News March 16, 2006

    iMail for Thursday, March 16, 2006

    Organizing Drive Gears Up at Alabama Mercedes Plant Fair wages, a voice at work and decent benefits are the foundations for a good job anywhere in the United States. Increasingly, however, these benefits are only available to union members with access to collective bargaining rights. In Tuscaloosa, Alabama, nearly 3,000 workers at a state-of-the-art Mercedes-Benz

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