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Janus v. AFSCME

Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Council 31, No. 16-1466, 585 U.S. ___, was a landmark US labor law United States Supreme Court case concerning the power of labor unions to collect fees from non-union member ...

                                               

Memphis sanitation strike

The Memphis sanitation strike began in February 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee. Following years of poor pay and dangerous working conditions, and provoked by the crushing to death of workers Echol Cole and Robert Walker in garbage compactors, over 70 ...

                                               

Bermuda Industrial Union

The Bermuda Industrial Union is a general trade union in Bermuda. It was founded in 1946 and has a membership of 4200. The BIU is affiliated to the International Trade Union Confederation, and Public Services International.

                                               

Jamaica Association of Local Government Officers

The Jamaica Association of Local Government Officers is a 5.000-member public sector trade union in Jamaica which represents workers in local and national government, governmental corporations, quasi-government bodies and other agencies created b ...

                                               

National Union of Public and General Employees

The National Union of Public and General Employees is a Canadian trade union. Taken in total it is the second largest union in Canada. Most of its 390.000 members work in the provincial public service sector. There is also a large and growing num ...

                                               

Public Service Alliance of Canada

The Public Service Alliance of Canada is one of Canadas largest national labour unions, with members in every province and territory. In fact, it is the biggest union in the Canadian federal public sector. PSAC members also work abroad in embassi ...

                                               

Public Service Association

The Public Service Association or PSA is the largest democratic union in New Zealand representing the interests of members working in government departments, local government, the health sector, crown agencies, state-owned enterprises and communi ...

                                               

South African Municipal Workers Union

The South African Municipal Workers Union is the largest local-government in South Africa. It was founded in 1987 and has a membership around 160.000. Membership of the union is open to South African workers employed, directly or indirectly, in t ...

                                               

1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East

1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East is the largest healthcare union in the United States. With a membership of 400.000 including retirees, its stated mission is to achieve quality healthcare, good jobs and social justice for all. It is the la ...

                                               

Amalgamated Bank

Amalgamated Bank is an American financial institution. It is the largest union-owned bank and one of the only unionized banks in the United States. Amalgamated Bank is currently majority-owned by Workers United, an SEIU Affiliate. Founded on Apri ...

                                               

Locke v. Karass

Locke v. Karass, 555 U.S. 207, is a court case in which the Supreme Court of the United States held that the Constitution permits the local chapter of a labor union to charge a "service fee" to non-members to cover non-local litigation expenses i ...

                                               

NGO Campaign

The Non Germane Objector Campaign was formed in 2010 by Ken Hamidi with support from the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, Inc. The campaigns main message indicates "Give Yourself a Pay Raise", focusing on the reduction in represen ...

                                               

SEIU 32BJ

Service Employees International Union, Local 32BJ, is a branch of Service Employees International Union headquartered in New York City representing over 175.000 members in ten northeastern states, Washington, D.C., Florida and other parts of the ...

                                               

SEIU 775

Service Employees International Union 775 was formed in 2002 when home care and nursing home workers from several different SEIU locals formed a labor union focused on long-term care workers and issues. In 2007, the union changed its name from SE ...

                                               

SEIU Healthcare

Services Employees International Union Healthcare is a Canadian trade union representing more than 60.000 workers in Ontario. Through collective bargaining, the union represents workers in hospitals, home care, nursing and retirement homes, and c ...

                                               

SEIU Local 1199NE

The SEIU District 1199 New England is a local union of the Service Employees International Union in the United States. It represents over 29.000 health care workers in the New England area, specifically in the states of Connecticut and Rhode Isla ...

                                               

SEIU Member Activists for Reform Today

SEIU Member Activists for Reform Today is a national organization of rank-and-file union members working for the democratic reform of the Service Employees International Union. SEIU primarily represents workers in the public sector, healthcare in ...

                                               

SEIU United Healthcare Workers West

The SEIU United Healthcare Workers West is a statewide local union of the Service Employees International Union in California in the United States. In 2020, it had 97.000 members, down from nearly 150.000 in 2013. UHW is headquartered in Oakland, ...

                                               

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and Obstetric Hospital

The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and Obstetric Hospital and its predecessor organisations provided health care to women in central London from the mid-Victorian era. It was named after Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, one of Britains first female physic ...

                                               

London Capital Credit Union

London Capital Credit Union Limited is a not-for-profit member-owned financial co-operative, based in Archway and operating in the City of London and north London boroughs of Barnet, Camden, Hackney, Haringey and Islington. Founded in 1997, by 20 ...

                                               

The McLaren Building

McLaren is a 69-metre, 21 storey tall office building in Birmingham, England. Designed by Philip Bonham Associates and built in 1972, it is a thin brown office building and currently the 16th tallest occupied building in Birmingham. Originally it ...

                                               

Air Corporations Employees Union

Air Corporations Employees Union is the largest union at Indias flag carrier Air India, with a membership of 8000 out of 21.000 employees at the airline. It represents non-technical staff. The union opposes Government of Indias plan to privatize ...

                                               

Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association

The Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association is an independent craft union representing aircraft maintenance technicians and related employees in the United States. AMFA is committed to the principles of craft unionism. It only seeks to represent ...

                                               

Professional Aviation Safety Specialists

The Professional Aviation Safety Specialists is affiliated with the AFL–CIO through its affiliation with the Marine Engineers Beneficial Association. It represents more than 11.000 Federal Aviation Administration and Department of Defense employe ...

                                               

National Railway Chiba Motive Power Union

National Railway Chiba Motive Power Union is a Japanese trade union, which is usually referred to as Doro-Chiba. It has also been referred to as the Chiba Motormens Union in English. It split from the National Railway Motive Power Union in 1979.

                                               

Federacion de Sindicatos Ferroviarios

Federacion de Sindicatos Ferroviarios was a trade union of railway workers in Argentina. FSF was formed in 1922, and was affiliated to the Union Sindical Argentina. However, it was not a consolidation organization until a constutient congress was ...

                                               

Federation des cheminots de lA.O.F

Federation des cheminots de lA.O.F was a federation of trade union of railway workers in French West Africa. The federation consisted of four unions; Dakar-Niger, Conakry-Niger, Abidjan-Niger and Benin-Niger. Ibrahima Sarr was the general secreta ...

                                               

Japan Confederation of Railway Workers Unions

The Japan Confederation of Railway Workers Unions is a Japanese trade union, which is usually referred to as JR-Soren in Japanese. In 2010, a complaint was lodged in the Diet that JR-Soren was being financially controlled by the Japan Revolutiona ...

                                               

National Railway Locomotive Engineers Union

The National Railway Motive Power Union was a Japanese trade union, which was usually referred to as Doro in Japanese. It merged with Tetsuro and other right wing unions to form JR-Soren now affiliated to RENGO.

                                               

National Railway Workers Union

The National Railway Workers Union is a Japanese trade union, which is usually referred to as Kokurō in Japanese. As of 2011, it had 13.000 members.

                                               

International Association of Railway Employees

The International Association of Railway Employees was a union for black railroad workers formed in 1934 at a time when the major railroad brotherhoods restricted membership to whites. Members included conductors, trainmen, engineers, shop mechan ...

                                               

Railway Workers Union (Iraq)

The Railway Workers Union was a trade union of railway employees in Iraq. The union was dominated by communists, and was suppressed by the government in 1945.

                                               

Rhodesian Railway Workers Union

The Rhodesian Railway Workers Union was a trade union in Rhodesia which represented European railway workers employed by the Rhodesian Railways.

                                               

United Brotherhood of Railway Employees

The United Brotherhood of Railway Employees was an industrial labor union established in Canada in 1898, and a separate union established in Oregon in 1901. The two combined in 1902. The union signed up lesser-skilled railway clerks and laborers, ...

                                               

Amalgamated Transit Union

The Amalgamated Transit Union is a labor organization in the United States and Canada that represents employees in the public transit industry. Established in 1892 as the Amalgamated Association of Street Railway Employees of America, the union w ...

                                               

Association of Pizza Delivery Drivers

The Association of Pizza Delivery Drivers was a U.S. labor union representing pizza and other ready-to-eat food drivers. This union had nearly 1.000 members across 46 states. The APDD was unique in that it was one of the first unions to be all el ...

                                               

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen

The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen is a labor union founded in Marshall, Michigan, on 8 May 1863 as the Brotherhood of the Footboard. It was the first permanent trade organization for railroad workers in the US. A year later it ...

                                               

Irish Transport and General Workers Union

The union was founded by James Larkin in January 1909 as a general union. Initially drawing its membership from branches of the Liverpool-based National Union of Dock Labourers, from which Larkin had been expelled, it grew to include workers in a ...

                                               

Liverpool and District Carters and Motormens Union

The Liverpool and District Carters and Motormens Union was a trade union representing cart drivers in the Merseyside area of England. The union was founded in 1889 as the Mersey Quay and Railway Carters Union. It opposed the New Unionism, and tri ...

                                               

London and Provincial Union of Licensed Vehicle Workers

The London and Provincial Union of Licensed Vehicle Workers was a trade union representing taxi drivers in and around London. It was regarded as one of the most militant unions in the country.

                                               

London Cab Drivers Club

London Cab Drivers Club, known as LCDC, is a British mutual society, formed in 1989, registered under the Industrial and Provident Societies Act. The group, aims to promote the rights of taxi drivers, lobby against "unfair legislation" and provid ...

                                               

Scottish Commercial Motormens Union

The union was founded in 1898 as the Scottish Carters Association. Hugh Lyon was appointed as its organiser in 1901, and was elected as general secretary the following year, at which point the union was heavily indebted and had only 300 members. ...

                                               

Transport Workers Union of America

Transport Workers Union of America is a United States labor union that was founded in 1934 by subway workers in New York City, then expanded to represent transit employees in other cities, primarily in the eastern U.S. This article discusses the ...

                                               

United Road Transport Union

The United Road Transport Union is a trade union in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1890 and has a membership of over 14.000. URTU is the UKs only union dedicated to serving the interests of workers in road haulage, distribution and logistics.

                                               

BenRiach distillery

The BenRiach distillery is a single malt Scotch whisky distillery in the Speyside area of Scotland. It is currently owned by Brown-Forman Corporation after being purchased on 1 June 2016 as a subsidiary from the BenRiach Distillery Company Limite ...

                                               

Glendronach distillery

Glendronach distillery is a Scottish whisky distillery located near Forgue, by Huntly, Aberdeenshire, in the Highland whisky district. It is owned by the BenRiach Distillery Company Ltd. The distillery was founded in 1826 by James Allardes referr ...

                                               

Glenglassaugh distillery

The Glenglassaugh distillery is a malt scotch whisky distillery which restarted production in November 2008 after being acquired by an independent investment group. Following a complete refurbishment by the new owners the distillery was re-opened ...

                                               

Tequila Herradura

Tequila Herradura is a tequila distiller located in Amatitan, Jalisco, Mexico. It was formally founded in 1870 by Felix Lopez and the business remained in the family for over 125 years. Today it is owned by US beverage maker Brown-Forman, but the ...

                                               

J. A. Baczewski

J. A. Baczewski was a Polish company best known for its fine spirits such as vodka and gin. The factory, dating back to the late 18th century, was based in Lwow and until 1939 was one of two most popular Polish export goods.

                                               

Gessler (company)

The original company was founded in Bromberg, Prussia today, Bydgoszcz in Poland. In 1873, the company, which supplied the entire Austro-Hungarian Empire, was reorganized in Jagerndorf Krnov, Silesia, and its brand name" Altvater” gained world re ...