May 8, 2019
Hello My Brothers and Sisters:
It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that I write to inform you that our beloved International President Larry Hanley passed away suddenly yesterday. Our heartfelt sympathies and condolences go out to his family at this very difficult time.
This is more than a tremendous personal loss; it is a major blow to both the ATU and organized labor in general.For years, as a Local Union President, and then as a highly successful leader of our International Union, Brother Hanley was a consistently determined voice for the rights, agenda and dignity of working people and families, as well as a tireless advocate for social justice, human rights, economic fairness, and progressive politics.
Rest in peace, Brother Larry Hanley! Your Union and its members will never forget your life and achievements!
A letter of Solidarity with United Teachers of Los Angeles.
A letter to President Jeter of ATU Local 689.
Union Night at Dodger Stadium
Friday, August 31, 2018 7:10pm
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Janus v. AFSCME Council 31 is an attempt by the rich to use the Supreme Court to further rig the economic playing field against workers. Working people know what we need to build a better life and will keep fighting for justice. Share this image and support workers’ right to join together in union. #UnionStrong
Certified Professional Training for Union Reps and Students
What you can do to help in a fire, flood, earthquake or terrorist attack?Learn to respond quickly and effectively in an emergency.
October 21 and 28, 2017 @ Los Angeles Trade-Technical College
Taught by Community Service Expert Armando Olivas, this specially-designed, two-day training prepares union leaders, staff, stewards and activists to be front-line responders in the event of a natural or human-caused disaster.
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September 9th & 16th, 2017
There’s a lot at stake when a grievance goes to arbitration, both for individual union members and for the contract itself. That’s why as the final step in the process, arbitration requires thoughtful analysis and preparation as well as careful attention to detail.
Taught by attorney and veteran arbitrator Lou Zigman, this fast-paced, informative and enjoyable two-Saturday class teaches union stewards, staff officers and activists – as well as management professionals – the basics of arbitration, including a step by step approach to making the case.
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