Labor Pains: Because Being in a Union can be Painful

Archive: Dec 2022

  • 11 NY Building Trades Officials Plead Guilty in Corruption Investigation

    Posted on Dec 30, 2022 by Team

    It looks like some union bosses got nothing but coal in their stocking this Christmas. Earlier this month, it was announced that 11 former union officials, including James Cahill, former President of the New York State Building and Construction Trades Council (BCTC), pleaded guilty to “charges stemming from their acceptance of bribes and illegal cash payments […]

  • UAW Election Shake Up Could Mean a New Status Quo

    Posted on Dec 05, 2022 by Team

    The election results for the United Auto Workers International Executive Board members are in, and it doesn’t look good for the union’s entrenched officials. According to the unofficial election results listed on the court-appointed monitor’s website, five of the seven members of the UAW Members United slate won their races. This slate has been the […]