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With workers under attack, union membership in Missouri grew by 46,000...

By TIM ROWDEN Editor Union density nationwide dropped to 10.3 percent last year, and Illinois union membership dropped slightly from 13.8 to 13.6, but union membership...

Missouri bucks national trend, adds 46,000 union members – a 15-year...

BY TIM ROWDEN Editor “Right-to-work,” minimum wage and the 1% not knowing when to say enough is enough when it comes to squeezing workers is paying...

2019 ends with solid job gains, tepid wage growth

The U.S. finished 2019 with a 3.5 percent unemployment rate in December – unchanged from November, and down 0.4 percent from December 2018, the...

U.S. unemployment rate was 3.5 percent in November, but that number...

Washington (PAI) — The U.S. unemployment rate was 3.5 percent in November, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported. Businesses claimed to create 254,000 new...

Missouri leads public sector union membership growth

Overall union membership in U.S. falls to 10.5 percent Union membership fell by two percentage points between 2017 and 2018 to 10.5 percent of workers,...

CAUTION: RTW states are less family safe

One in four of the top 25 ‘worst’ states for overall safety are RTW By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher Safety is something we want to take for granted....

Working while sick: If you get sick in a RTW state,...

Union contracts’ paid sick days keep workers healthier while non-union workers will work while ill to protect pay – but risk infecting others By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher You’ve...

Missouri created more jobs last year than all our ‘right-to-work’ neighbors

This is not a message getting through to Gov. Greitens By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher If Governor Eric Greitens wanted more proof that “right-to-work” has little impact on...
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