Some of the foremen were union members
, and many who were not had gone out with the men.
With about 8 percent of the private sector workers unionized, (Christian Science Monitor, 11/05/09) isn't it a little late and a little sad to keep pounding on the topic of whether a worker is evil if not a union member
(Joe Pollack column, SJR#315).
In 2005, 80 union members
were killed in the Americas-- 34 less than 2004--simply for being a union member
or defending union rights.
One union member
was charged with violating the injunction because he cussed at scab workers.
Evidence from the labour force survey shows that in the North-East you are much more likely to participate in training if you are a union member
; 40pc of union members
accessing training compared to only 26pc of non-union members.
Adds 10 new European Union member
states to the list of countries whose products contracting officers can acquire without application of the Buy American Act evaluation factor.
Each union member
will receive roughly 260,000 yen, they said.
Under the agreement the union's drug purchasing card will be encoded so that prescriptions bought at nonunion outlets will not be covered except in cases in which the union member
does not live close to a pharmacy that is part of the program.
Says David Busch, CB's contractor for musicians and an oboist and union member
for twenty-five years who plays with the orchestra, "No one did anything against union rules in not hiring the orchestra.
Here's the best proof: No federal credit union member
has ever lost money.
Also, the union foreman no longer is required to be a union member
, and the union members
will now be required to pay a small portion of their health care insurance, as well as additional increases.
GCU president and CEO Mike Mercer said, "We're very pleased that the price comparisons continue to illustrate strong, tangible benefits for being a credit union member
, especially in this environment of extremely low interest rates."