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Right to Work Michigan Businesses are Expanding
April 18, 2022 // Michigan’s Right to Work laws ensure that companies and workers don’t have to be beholden to a union. That fact alone is a major reason why companies choose to invest in Right to Work states. Two of the most recent Kentucky business investments are coming from West Michigan Tool & Die and Duncan Aviation. Both of these companies will both be expanding soon.
Kellogg strike resolution being hailed as victory for organized labor
December 29, 2021 // "In the current climate, it's easy to negotiate with the labor shortage," he said. "With union workers, it's our time. It's time for the workers of the world to step up and our leaders to negotiate good deals. There's still a massive wage disparity where the CEO of BP is making way more than the refinery workers. We want to do projects for those companies. But we want the worker to make money. The company should make money. The customer should make money. Everyone should make money. It's about how they choose to divide the pie."
‘We were fighting for our future:’ Union workers unhappy with new deal with Kellogg’s
December 21, 2021 // “It’s hard to put into words. I’m sad that we have to go back the way we do,” Cramutolo said. “We wanted more for everybody that’s coming through like I said and I’m just a little disheartened.”
Kellogg looks to hire replacement employees as strike continues
December 7, 2021 // After union workers rejected a tentative agreement with Kellogg’s that would have ended a two-month strike, the company has announced that it will look to hire replacement employees.
Kellogg’s files lawsuit against its striking cereal workers
November 11, 2021 // The Kellogg Co. has filed a lawsuit against its local union in Omaha complaining that striking workers are blocking entrances to its cereal plant and intimidating replacement workers as they enter the plant.