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Racine Hydro Plant - Local Union 1886

On the Ohio River in southeast Ohio lies the Racine Hydro Plant, manned and operated by members of UMWA Local…

Indiana County Recycling Center - Local Union 1412

In 1988, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania passed Act 101, the Municipal Waste, Planning, Recycling, and Waste Reduction Act, requiring all…

Veterans - Local Union 1307

Local Union 1307, based in Diamondville, Wyoming, is the oldest actively coal-producing local in our union and is still producing…

Cook Coal Terminal - Local Union 2463

Just off the banks of the Ohio River sits the massive American Electric Power (AEP) Cook Coal Terminal in Metropolis,…

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Become a 'Mine Worker'

The United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) is one of the most successful labor unions in American history. Speaking with the unified voice of hundreds of thousands, the UMWA effectively secures a safe work environment, fair wages and benefits, and job security for each of its members. Contact us to find out more about how the UMWA can give you a voice at work.

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The United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) is one of the most successful labor unions in American history. Speaking with the unified voice of hundreds of thousands, the UMWA effectively secures a safe work environment, fair wages and benefits, and job security for each of its members. Contact us to find out more about how the UMWA can give you a voice at work.

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Bust the 'Union-Buster'

Don’t be fooled by the ‘Labor Resources Consultants’ the company hires to suppress your right to have a voice at work. Employers will spend countless dollars fighting union organizing, much more than the cost of providing a safe workplace with fair pay and benefits. They feel it is worth fighting their employees at every turn, so they don’t have to share the profits. Click for more information about Union-Busting techniques and how to fight them.

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Don’t be fooled by the ‘Labor Resources Consultants’ the company hires to suppress your right to have a voice at work. Employers will spend countless dollars fighting union organizing, much more than the cost of providing a safe workplace with fair pay and benefits. They feel it is worth fighting their employees at every turn, so they don’t have to share the profits. Click for more information about Union-Busting techniques and how to fight them.

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