Today in Labor History: July 9; Latest Steward Update off the Press

Today in Labor History: July 92013.07.08—history-charleston5-global
Five thousand demonstrators rally at the state capitol in Columbia, S.C., in support of the “Charleston Five,” labor activists charged with felony rioting during a police attack on a 2000 longshoremen’s picket of a non-union crew unloading a ship – 2001
(On the Global Waterfront tells the story of longshoremen in South Carolina who confronted attempts to wipe out their union, the state’s most powerful black organization, and rallied the nation and labor around the world in their successful fight.)
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2013.07.08—su-coverLatest Steward Update off the Press
The latest edition of Steward Update newsletter is now on its way to subscribing unions.  The cover article deals with how to handle disciplines involving fighting on the job.  Other pieces look at handling the stress of public speaking, stewards and GLBT issues at work, great tips on getting the most out of the first meeting with management on discipline and discharge grievances, and a look at some important arbitration decisions.  Unions subscribe for all their stewards.  For more info or a sample, click here.

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