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Latest Buzz: Laid Off Wendt Workers Speak Out; Sheet Metal Workers Training Director; Workers’ Comp; Lowering Rx Costs
Blue Collar Buzz, Features, Multimedia, National

Latest Buzz: Laid Off Wendt Workers Speak Out; Sheet Metal Workers Training Director; Workers’ Comp; Lowering Rx Costs

On this episode of LaborPress’ Blue Collar Buzz, we’re talking with two laid off workers at Upstate NY’s Wendt Corporation who were sidelined and replaced with temps after shop employees voted to unionize; we also have a conversation with Sheet Metal Workers Local 28 Training Director Leah Rambo about her 30 years in the union…

Latest BCB Buzz: Ulrich Slams City On Spectrum Strike; CVS Workers Fight For Union Contract; Robinson Vies for NYS Senate; Wendt Worker Layoffs
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Latest BCB Buzz: Ulrich Slams City On Spectrum Strike; CVS Workers Fight For Union Contract; Robinson Vies for NYS Senate; Wendt Worker Layoffs

On this episode of LaborPress’ Blue Collar Buzz, NYC Council Member Eric Ulrich criticizes the city’s inability to help bring about an end to the year-long Charter/Spectrum Strike; UFCW Local 338’s Joe Fontano and Mike Pasquaretta talk about the fight to land a 1st-ever union contract for CVS workers in Brooklyn; NYS Senate candidate Jasmine…

Latest Buzz: Charter/Spectrum Audit; Steel Tariffs; Striking For a Year!
Blue Collar Buzz, Building Trades, Features, Law and Politics, Multimedia, Municipal Government, National, Retail

Latest Buzz: Charter/Spectrum Audit; Steel Tariffs; Striking For a Year!

On this episode of LaborPress’ Blue Collar Buzz, Leo Gerard, United Steelworkers International President, discusses the impact announced tariffs on steel and aluminum imports are having on workers; Kate Blumm, NYC Department of Information Technology & Telecommunications, talks about the results of a recently completed audit of the city’s Franchise Agreement with Charter/Spectrum; and IBEW…

Latest Buzz: Wife of Striking Spectrum Worker Hits Back at Corp.
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Latest Buzz: Wife of Striking Spectrum Worker Hits Back at Corp.

On this episode of LaborPress’ Blue Collar Buzz, Staten Island mom Sanela Djencic talks about the 11-month-old strike against Charter/Spectrum and what the corporate fat cats are doing to working families like hers; activist Ray Rogers and Sheet Metal Workers Local 28 Business Rep. Robert Rotolo talk about the attack on good jobs at the Hudson…

This Week’s Buzz: Corp. Reform; Organizing and Worker Retirement
Blue Collar Buzz, Features, Health and Safety, Law and Politics, Multimedia, Municipal Government, National

This Week’s Buzz: Corp. Reform; Organizing and Worker Retirement

On this episode of LaborPress’ Blue Collar Buzz, labor law expert Alexander Schmidt talks about restructuring U.S corporations in ways that actually benefit workers; union organizer Phil Cohen talks about his book “The Jackson Project; and Audrey Brown and Seth Kennedy from DC37’s Health & Security Plan discuss threats to worker retirements.

The Latest Buzz on the Spectrum Strike; and Preparing for Janus!
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The Latest Buzz on the Spectrum Strike; and Preparing for Janus!

On this episode of LaborPress’ Blue Collar Buzz, we talk to labor attorney Stu Salles about the pending Janus v. AFSCME case and what the ramifications are for organized labor. We also have two conversations with striking Spectrum workers Chris Fasulo and Troy Walcott who talk about being on strike for nearly a year. The…

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