FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NOVEMBER 17, 2023
UMWA Welcomes Logan County Commission Office Staff as Newest Members
[TRIANGLE, V.A.] The United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) announced today that the staff at the Logan County Commission Office voted to be represented by the UMWA yesterday.
“I want to welcome the newest members of the UMWA and congratulate them for their decision to join our union,” said International President Cecil E. Roberts. “Their decision places them on a path toward enhanced job security and the fair representation they deserve on the job.”
With its long-standing commitment to advocating for workers’ rights and well-being, the UMWA brings its extensive experience and expertise to negotiate fair wages, safe working conditions, and comprehensive benefits for its members.
The Logan County Commission Office staff’s decision to join the UMWA demonstrates their trust in the union’s ability to advocate for their best interests. By aligning themselves with the UMWA, these workers gain access to a powerful network of support and resources, ensuring their voices are heard and their concerns addressed.
The Logan County employees join a growing number of other public employees across West Virginia and the nation as Mine Workers members.