The labor movement's popularity is soaring. U.S. workers understand that unions bring higher pay, better benefits.
ST. LOUIS – This year’s Labor Day parade took on added significance in this Mississippi River city that serves as the nation’s gateway to the West after Missouri voters overwhelmingly defeated a ballot measure last month to enact so-called right to work (RTW) in the state. And the hundreds of Teamsters on hand yesterday were relishing every moment.
The first Monday of every September, Labor Day, is a time to honor the sacrifices of working people. It is a time to remember those who died or were injured on the job. It’s a time of solidarity and celebrating the labor movement.
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Teamsters join industry officials in touting the importance of unionization to help create good-paying jobs in nascent sector.
TeamCAN lets at-risk youth experience history, view educational opportunities firsthand.
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