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A week after Trump bragged ‘business is thriving’ U.S. Steel laying...

By TIM ROWDEN Editor President Donald Trump had barely uttered his latest brag about the success of his steel tariffs when U.S. Steel announced last week...

AT&T is sending jobs overseas

Imagine you have days to decide if you want to move hours away from your family in order to stay employed, or lose your...

Eight Guild members facing layoff as Post-Dispatch outsources its union copy...

In a move the United Media Guild had long feared, Lee Enterprises announced it is moving the design and copy-editing work at the St....

Christian Care Home workers call out state’s Grinch-like treatment of workers...

Long-suffering workers, losing their jobs because of mismanagement, demand payout of benefits and severance pay By TIM ROWDEN Editor Ferguson, MO – Workers at Christian Care Home, who...

Rauner boasts at university, which promptly fires union faculty

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Moline, IL – On June 14, Governor Bruce Rauner paid a visit to Western Illinois University-Quad Cities, claiming credit for the new...

Walmart gives bonuses touting GOP tax cuts, then quietly lays off...

Trying to polish its terrible employee degrading image and curry the favor of President Trump and Congressional Republicans, Walmart recently announced it was raising...

AT&T hails GOP Tax Plan with bonuses for some workers, pink...

AT&T hailed the passage of the tax cut bill in Congress Dec. 20 by announcing $1,000 bonuses to about 200,000 workers, and pink slips...

Despite being ‘big winner’ from tax bill, Wells Fargo not planning...

Washington – A CNN article titled, “Why Wells Fargo could be one of tax reform's big winners,” notes that big banks, such as Wells...

St. Louis Community College adjuncts take to the streets warning full-time...

Part-time instructors have been negotiating a first contract with the college for nearly two years By TIM ROWDEN Editor While St. Louis Community College considers laying off...

Steelworkers say ‘Fire it up’ for national security

Hundreds rally in 100-degree heat By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Granite City, IL – An overdue decision about whether excess capacity in the steel industry endangers national defense...
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