The State Department declined repeated offers to comment on any questions relating to the raid and how it perceived the IFTU's role in an independent Iraq; nevertheless, it seems clear that the CPA didn't exactly consider the union
The failure of Italy's economic structure to adapt, combined with a significant loss of competitiveness in recent years (the growth of 1999-2000, in an economy with an inadequate productive base and a truly abysmal productivity performance since 1996 soon sparked above-average inflation in Italy), has devastated Italy's share of world trade--down by around 30 percent since monetary union
Service employees report that a Dominican sister, a regional representative of the Catholic hospital network that runs Holy Cross, "told us about how bad the union
The students responses reflected ten themes: (a) unions
always go on strike, (b) unions
are too powerful, (c) they are corrupt, (d) they are greedy and selfish, (e) they run the country, (f) union
leaders are overpaid, (g) union
dues are too high, (h) unions
are un-American and un-democratic, (i) unions
protect bad workers, and (j) unions
are no longer needed.
The combination of these sources affords an in-depth history of how organized crime groups worked methodically to corrupt national union
leaders in the l930s and in so doing undercut the only recently won gains of union
The Anishinabek Nation Credit Union
is a financial services institution democratically owned and controlled through the association of its members.
Since libraries are wired for the Internet, working people who do not have a computer at home or at work can use their neighborhood library to go online, set up a free e-mail account, and gain access to their local union
Web site or any other Web site that meets their needs.
success in organizing new members ultimately rests in extending beyond time-worn organizing tactics and into political action and community relations.
What followed was a kind of investor relations Stalingrad -- a siege by SunTrust and a robust counterattack by Wachovia and First Union
As one former school-board member from a large urban district noted, "Too often school boards and superintendents complain that they cannot do something because of the teachers union
But experts said the issue - in which hotel and restaurant workers, under their UNITE Here union
, and members of the various Service Employees International Union
locals voted to pull out of the AFL-CIO and form their own organization - might have led to Thursday's deadlock.
In 1961, the hatters union
, alarmed that fewer men were wearing hats, persuaded John F.