Hang Up on Abuse Campaign Featured on Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine
Employers should allow workers to hang up on abusive callers, deny repeat abusers service, says union.
Michelle Ravary was helping a customer figure out a problem with his cellphone bill when the call took an unpleasant turn.
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On Rana Plaza Anniversary, Transparency Needed from Mark’s, Sport Chek
“Canadian consumers want Canadian retailers to ensure a minimum level of safety in factories to stop fashion killings from ever happening again.” - Ken Neumann
Steelworkers Ratify Collective Agreement with CP Rail
“This is a good agreement which assures stability for our members for the next five years.”
USW Cares: Steelworkers Walk the Talk
In our brother's moment of need, his fellow Steelworkers came together for him.
Working Forest: More Jobs and a Stronger Economy
BC Election 2017 Factsheet.
USW Testifies on Parliament Hill on Women’s Economic Security
Submission by the USW to the Standing Committee on the Status of Women regarding the Economic Security of Women in Canada.