AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka (left) said “extremist politics” had thwarted some union advancement. In a press release, the labor organization highlighted several collective bargaining gains last year, especially 92,000 workers joining AFSCME, including 20,000 home health care workers, and 14,500 customer service agents for American Airlines getting union representation with Communications Workers of America.
AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka (left) said “extremist politics” had thwarted some union advancement. In a press release, the labor organization highlighted several collective bargaining gains last year, especially 92,000 workers joining AFSCME, including 20,000 home health care workers, and 14,500 customer service agents for American Airlines getting union representation with Communications Workers of America. Carolyn Kaster The Associated Press
AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka (left) said “extremist politics” had thwarted some union advancement. In a press release, the labor organization highlighted several collective bargaining gains last year, especially 92,000 workers joining AFSCME, including 20,000 home health care workers, and 14,500 customer service agents for American Airlines getting union representation with Communications Workers of America. Carolyn Kaster The Associated Press

Share of U.S. workers in unions slips again

January 23, 2015 10:25 AM