The New Jersey State AFL-CIO’s 11th annual Women in Leadership Development (WILD) conference wrapped up this weekend with nearly 250 newly educated, empowered, and enthusiastic women headed back to their communities and workplaces to fortify the battle against gender inequality.
Bud Thoman, president and business manager of the 4,600-member Local Union 94 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, today endorsed Steve Sweeney’s re-election to the State Senate.
Speaking on behalf of the Local’s Political Education Committee, Thoman called Sweeney a powerful voice for labor with a record on behalf of working families that demands respect.
“Steve’s an ironworker,” Thoman said. “He’s never forgotten what it’s like to work – and work hard – for a living.
The New Jersey Young Workers have begun a campaign to make sure that young workers from unions across the Garden State come out to vote this November. Local 94's very own Joe Checkley has been chosen to star in one of theses ads. Click on the video below to see why Joe is voting and make sure that you are
Donald Trump may be trying to pull the wool over voters' eyes when he claims to support working people, but as all of us know, actions speak louder than words.
Join the NJ AFL-CIO for labor walks every Saturday through Election Day or locate a phone bank near you.
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Mobilization and union solidarity triumphed this week as Salem County officials scrapped a plan to privatize 911 dispatch and jail medical staff jobs.
ATLANTIC CITY – More than 600 delegates attending the New Jersey State AFL-CIO 29th Constitut