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  2. List of labor unions in the United States - Wikipedia

    The workers voted 2,654 to 2,131 in favor of joining the Amazon Labor Union. The Amazon Labor Union was founded by Christian Smalls, a former Amazon employee at the warehouse who helped organize a walkout over safety concerns during an early stage of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and was subsequently fired by Amazon.

  3. Seafarers International Union of North America - Wikipedia

    The Seafarers International Union or SIU is an organization of 12 autonomous labor unions of mariners, fishermen and boatmen working aboard vessels flagged in the United States or Canada. Michael Sacco has been its president since 1988. The organization has an estimated 35,498 members and is the largest maritime labor organization in the United ...

  4. United Transportation Union - Wikipedia

    The United Transportation Union (UTU) was a broad-based, transportation labor union that represented about 70,000 active and retired railroad, bus, mass transit, and airline workers in the United States. The UTU was headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio.

  5. Craft unionism - Wikipedia

    For example, in the building trades, all carpenters belong to the carpenters' union, the plasterers join the plasterers' union, and the painters belong to the painters' union. Each craft union has its own administration, its own policies, its own collective bargaining agreements and its own union halls. The primary goal of craft unionism is the ...

  6. United States labor law - Wikipedia

    A union can encourage an employing entity through collective action to sign a deal, without using the NLRA 1935 procedure. But, if an employing entity refuses to deal with a union, and a union wishes, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) may oversee a legal process up to the conclusion of a legally binding collective agreement.

  7. International Typographical Union - Wikipedia

    The International Typographical Union (ITU) was a US trade union for the printing trade for newspapers and other media. It was founded on May 3, 1852, in the United States as the National Typographical Union, and changed its name to the International Typographical Union at its Albany, New York, convention in 1869 after it began organizing members in Canada.

  8. United Auto Workers - Wikipedia

    The International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, better known as the United Auto Workers (UAW), is an American labor union that represents workers in the United States (including Puerto Rico) and Canada.

  9. United Mine Workers of America - Wikipedia

    John L. Lewis (1880 – 1969) was the highly combative UMW president who thoroughly controlled the union from 1920 to 1960. A major player in the labor movement and national politics, in the 1930s he used UMW activists to organize new unions in autos, steel and rubber.