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AFGE Encourages U.S. Corporations To Disclose Their Supply Chains

December 11, 2017

The holidays are just around the corner. As we sit down to plan our festivities and gifts for our loved ones, let’s take a moment to recognize the people who made the presents we lovingly wrap and place under the Christmas tree. The truth is, many products on sale in the U.S. are made by workers overseas under sweatshop conditions. AFGE is calling on these companies to help end poor working conditions by taking the Transparency Pledge to disclose their supply chains.

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5 Stories that Matter

December 11, 2017

FEMA could take back overtime pay from workers, USDA workers brace themselves for a new secretary pick, and VA workers rally to fill vacancies in Kerrville. Here are the stories you need to know this week.

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Categories: The Insider

Justice Denied to 12,000 Americans?

November 22, 2017

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)’s backlog miraculously shrank by 12,000 cases, and the main factor contributing to the sudden drop may not be efficiency but rather a new controversial performance plan that forces employees to quickly close cases regardless of whether justice has been served.

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