Your union has a lot going on. While we have bargained our next contract, waiting for results of past arbitration and preparing future ones, filing unfair labor practices against the company for unfairly jockeying schedules, updating our union’s By Laws, and finding us a new permanent union hall. Most of all, we are done apologizing […]
In an overwhelming majority, UWUA Local 304 members voted almost 4 to 1 to establish it’s 1st ever Union Hall home!
Your union has made every effort to make you aware of labor history, a neglected part of our American history, but now it’s time to look forward. Union members have been the recognized professionals in all fields of trade craft. The reason is simple, they have the training, experience, and pride to do whatever job […]
Moving Forward With a New Attitude!
(April 11, 2022)
UWUA Local 304 Has a Home!
(February 22, 2022)
How To Be A Union
(January 9, 2022)
West Virginia’s White-Washed Heritage
(December 20, 2021)
Things You Need to Know about “Right to Work”
(December 19, 2021)
Who Would Do Such A Thing?
(November 9, 2021)
UWUA To Stay at Harrison!
(October 14, 2021)
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