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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Budget Pledges to Strengthen Trade Remedy Process, but More Must Be Done: Steelworkers’ National Director
“By providing unions with the right to file and participate in trade remedy complaints, Canadian producers will benefit in any trade case.” - Ken Neumann
Heart pills or food? Wabush mine pensioners struggle after benefits cut
“I’m terminal with heart disease and it’s medications that I need to buy that we just can’t afford now.” - pensioner Margie Hoben
Collective Bargaining Kicks Off for Steelworkers at Freedom Mobile
"We anticipate good-faith bargaining from Freedom Mobile and its parent company Shaw. We are going to work hard toward fair improvements for our members." - Ken Neumann
"Why Are We Building a Bridge in Montreal with Foreign Steel?"
Parliament must reform trade laws to counter China's steel dumping, Steelworkers and industry executives tell Commons committee.
USW Cares: Langley Steelworkers Participate in Weekend Fuel
USW Local 1944, Unit 60 recently took part in the Weekend Fuel program. The program aims to provide breakfast programs in participating schools in Langley, B.C.