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Archive: Jun 2024

  • New Report Exposes SEIU-UHW Controversial Leadership

    Posted on Jun 13, 2024 by LaborPains.org Team

    A new report by the Center for Union Facts (CUF) dives into years of allegations against the Service Employees International Union – United Healthcare Workers (SEIU-UHW). The allegations include but are not limited to sexual harassment at the hands of union leadership and a toxic work environment. “SEIU-UHW claims to represent the best interest of […]

  • UAW Federal Corruption Monitor Launches Investigation Into Shawn Fain

    Posted on Jun 12, 2024 by LaborPains.org Team

    The recent corruption scandal at the UAW put two former union presidents and several other high-ranking officials behind bars. Now, an independent federal monitor serves as a corruption watchdog for the UAW. His latest report revealed some disturbing allegations against the UAW’s new “reform” president, Shawn Fain. In February, the UAW removed secretary-treasurer Margaret Mock […]

  • Record UAW Contracts = Record UAW Layoffs

    Posted on Jun 06, 2024 by LaborPains.org Team

    In 2023, the UAW went on strike against Detroit’s Big Three automakers – and brought home what it called a “record contract.”  Well the contract broke records alright, it seems to have caused a record number of layoffs.  Since the end of the strike in November 2023, over 20,000 UAW members at Big Three facilities […]