The Snohomish County Labor Council and Its Purpose
The Snohomish County Labor Council is a federation of 63 unions in Snohomish County. Those unions represent 42,000 working families for the purpose of bargaining wages/salaries and working conditions with their employers.
The Labor Council and its member unions are dedicated to helping workers organize their workplaces so that they are ensured economic justice and dignity.
New Study Ranks Washington #1 for Aerospace Manufacturing
High scores for industry, infrastructure and economy pushed Washington to the top of the list in a new report from Price Waterhouse Coopers.
Worker Wages Drop While Companies Spend Billions to Boost Stocks
Six months after the Tax Cut and Jobs Act became law, there's still little evidence that the average job holder is feeling the benefit.
Boeing’s Best Option for Building Next Jet is Washington, Says State-Backed Study
The conclusion of an aerospace-industry study will not come as a shock and will certainly be dismissed as biased by some outside Washington state.
Minimum Wage Increases in Six Cities Working as Intended
The latest look at increased wage floors in six U.S. cities, including Seattle, finds that food-service workers saw increases in pay and no widespread job losses.
Boeing Calling Back Retirees to Fix 737 Production Snags
Boeing is bringing retired workers back on the job as the world's largest planemaker tries to fix delays at its 737 jetliner plant outside Seattle.
The Janus Ruling Is a Blow to Public Unions. It's Especially Bad for Black Women
The Supreme Court's decision could weaken unions' collective bargaining power, which has historically benefited women of color more than most.
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