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  • 11,000 U.S. Airline Catering Workers Authorize a Strike at Airports Nationwide

  • Workers At Valley View Manor Nursing Home in Norwich, NY, Overwhelmingly Vote to Join RWDSU

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    Jun 24, 2019

    11,000 U.S. Airline Catering Workers Authorize a Strike at Airports Nationwide

    Workers who provide food and beverages for American, Delta and United Airlines flights demand a living wage and health care they can afford FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 24, 2019 Contact: Chelsea Connor | cconnor@rwdsu.org | 347-866-6259        NATIONWIDE—Workers who prepare, pack and deliver food and beverages served aboard flights for American, Delta, United and other airlines have voted overwhelmingly in favor of authorizing a strike when released by the National Mediation Board. It was the largest such vote ever to occur in the U.S. airline catering industry, with more than 11,000 workers voting in 28 cities. The workers are members of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU), the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, UNITE HERE unions, and are employed by the two largest airline catering subcontractors in the world: LSG Sky Chefs and Gate Gourmet.  The three unions collectively represent more than 25,000 airline catering workers.
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    Jun 19, 2019

    Workers At Valley View Manor Nursing Home in Norwich, NY, Overwhelmingly Vote to Join RWDSU

    Today, the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU), announced that the workers at Valley View Manor Nursing Home (VVM) in Norwich, New York voted overwhelmingly to join the union. Workers at VVM are fighting for a real voice and fair treatment in the workplace for workers and patients alike including fair scheduling, paid time off, and fair wages. Today’s vote affirms workers’ right to fair representation, a seat at the table, and a real chance to help the patients at their facility.
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