"The Food Service Industry experiences the highest number of burns of any employment sector, about 12,000 each year."
Demonstrators protesting the national wave of wage and safety cuts and anti-union assaults, were led by the West Virginia AFL-CIO and joined by national labor leaders.
Workers caught the nation's attention by saying "Enough is enough!" to low wages, lousy working conditions and lack of rights.
Walker's deception confronts overwhelming evidence that RTW will further hurt a low-wage state that needs more buying power.
Longshore workers are ready, willing and able to clear the backlog created by the industry's poor decisions.
Over 3000 marchers and tens of thousands of observers lined up along Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in solidarity with the theme Black Lives Matter.
No union can survive without being able to win contracts and thus being able to make substantial changes in wages and conditions.
Today people from around the country and globe are wishing the long time civil rights giant, Julian Bond, a very happy birthday.
Union demonstrators picket in front of 35 Kaiser Permanente locations throughout the state on behalf of some 2,600 mental health clinicians.
On January 17, 1962, President John Kennedy signs Executive Order 10988, recognizing the right of federal employees to bargain collectively.