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United Food and Commercial Workers Local 23 has taken Gian Eagle Foods to court over raises the grocery store gave some union members.  James Sherk questions if unions really do speak for their members in The Foundry. Managers at the Giant Eagle grocery in Edinboro, Pa., wanted to reward hard work. So they boosted the…(Read More)

  Finally Free to Leave SEIU, Michigan Home Care Workers Do Exactly That openmarket.org, May 1, 2013 In short, a union-friendly administration created a state body to pose as the “employer” of home care workers receiving state assistance, and then conducted a stealth organizing campaign by mail. (A similar effort in Connecticut led…(Read More)

Wal-Mart has filed an unfair labor practice against United Food and Commercial Workers organizers who allegedly followed an employee into the ladies’ restroom and harassed her.  At least one of the organizers was a male.  Bill McMorris has the story in the Washington Free Beacon. The NLRB ordered the United Food and Commercial Workers…(Read More)

Michael Saltsman  uncovers the truth behind the so-called rallies union bosses have been trying to attribute to fast food and other retail workers.  His story appears on triblive.com. Did you hear about last week’s union-organized protests at fast food restaurants? Don’t worry — no one else heard about them, either. These…(Read More)

UFCW union bosses are not practicing what they preach, according to a report by the Manhattan Institute’s Economics21 division.  Here’s the story: The United Food and Commercial Workers union is funding campaigns to raise the hourly minimum wage to $15 and unionize fast food workers. But an examination of UFCW contracts with the…(Read More)

  Federal Labor Law Is Anti-Free Speech NILRR, December 25, 2013 Now imagine that, after Smith has been formally seated on the council, you attend a public meeting sponsored by the mayor, as you always have in the past.  But when you start to state your opinion about a current issue, the mayor stops…(Read More)

In an unprecedented power play, the National Labor Relations Board has ruled the United Food and Commercial Workers bosses paying nonunion people to protest at Wal-Mart last year, was not illegal.  Sean Higgins has the story in the Washington Examiner.   OUR Walmart, which presents itself as a group of disaffected Walmart workers, is…(Read More)

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