Minnesota troublemakers are gathering for a day of strategizing and skills-building to strengthen our workers' movement.
“Through our partnership with Minnesota Medical Solutions, we’ve shown that cannabis production can be good for the planet, the people who work throughout the industry and patients.
Where you work
Your worksite page on UFCW1189.org has everything you need to know about your union membership.
From goodjobsfirst.org, 3/8/17: More than half of the nation’s 50 biggest cities and counties still fail to disclose online even the names of the companies receiving property tax abatements or other costly economic development incentives. Even fewer report incentive-deal outcomes: Only 13 of the 50 localities disclose the number of actual jobs created by one of their key incentive programs. Read more here.
Last spring, job seekers from the East Side and St. Paul in general crowded into the East Side Freedom Library to meet dozens of union employers and resources for the first Union Job and Resource Fair. This year the event returns with a new line-up of employers and resources offering jobs, training opportunities, and helpful information. The second annual Union Job and Resource Fair will be held on Thursday, April 4, 2017 from 3:00-6:00pm at the East Side Freedom Library, 1105 Greenbrier Street, St. Paul, MN 55106.
We need members to be alert and know that Big Money Groups are trying to take away paid sick days, a higher minimum wage, and local control.
People shouldn't have to worry about whether they can take time off to care for a child or themselves if sick.
Big business and the MN Grocers Association are pushing for a statewide ban on cities, enacting paid sick days or higher minimum wages.
We need to stop this now!
Call Governor Dayton's office at 651.201.3400 or 800.657.3717 and ask him to VETO any bill that restricts Local Control.
All You Can Eat 10AM-2PM, Sunday, March 12 at 3715 Chicago Avenue, MPLS, MN
Fundraiser to Benefit CTUL
Center of Workers United In Struggle, for more information EMAIL: Jil@CTUL.net or Call 612.322.0663
CTUL has been a partner in organizing workers in the retail cleaning industry. Come and celebrate their recent victory!