The Latest News from Oregon's Unions
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Stand up and speak out for working people.
Nurses at Columbia Memorial Hospital are fighting for a fair contract, one that protects our community’s safety and ensures everyone in Astoria has access to safe, affordable health care.
By voting against the Raise the Wage Act, Congressman Schrader turned his back on millions of low wage working people across the country.
Tell Albertsons, Fred Meyer, and Safeway to pay their workers enough to survive and thrive.
Portland SAG-AFTRA President Robert Blanche is fighting for his life. Please donate today.
Latest Press Releases & Statements
““The widescale use of self-checkout machines in our state’s grocery stores is part of a deliberate corporate strategy that relies on automation to reduce labor costs and eliminate jobs.”
Community members, worker advocates and women’s rights organizations delivered thousands of petition signatures to Fred Meyer’s central office today in Southeast Portland to demand fair pay for women employees.
“Oregon’s unions are proud to be a part of the efforts to bring baseball to the Rose City and to be a part of the only unionized sports arena in the state of Oregon. By giving workers the unfettered opportunity for union representation, we are securing a bright economic future for the women and men who will make baseball happen in Portland.”
The Grocery Store Service and Community Protection Act seeks to reduce self-checkout machines in Oregon grocery stores.
“We are proud of the work we did three years ago to raise wages, but the fact remains that Oregon’s economy is leaving too many working people behind while corporate profits soar.”
Oregon’s unions are proud to have been such a critical part of passing this important piece of legislation.
The annual report highlighting worker deaths on the job has been released, and paints a revealing picture about how dangerous work continues to be for so many in our economy
The landmark legislation - SB 726 - aims to protect workers from discrimination and harassment
Legislators must stand with Oregon’s workers and oppose HB 3023
The Oregon AFL-CIO extends our sincere condolences to Mr. Richardson’s family and those who are close to him during this difficult time.
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