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We Shall Not Be Moved
Tells it Like it Is Sen D'Allesandro
Families Stand Together
One Day Longer One Day Stronger
Senator Soucy Joins Stiking Workers on the 100th day
Striking Fairpoint Workers Tree of Hope
Governor Hassan Begins 2nd Term
Holding Strong 12 24 2014
President Laura Hainey AFT NH Standing with Fairpoint Workers
Keep on Keeping On Fairpoint Rally Portsmouth
United Steelworkers on the Line with Striking Fairpoint Workers
Fairpoint Workers Standing Strong Portmouth Rally
IBEW General President Ed Hill and Glen Brackett
Labor Rally November 2014
Fairpoint Rally November 21 2014
Donald Tremendozzi President CWA 1400
What's New at NH AFL-CIO
President Brackett's Statement on DNC & NHDP Remove WMUR as Co-Sponsors of December 19th Democratic Debate
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STOP STAPLES: On December 7, The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced that it would seek to stop the proposed mergers of Staples and Office Depot, the country's two largest office-supply chains. The agency has filed an administrative complaint asserting that the merger would violate America's anti-trust laws by substantially reducing competition across the country. Read More...
2015 New Hampshire AFL-CIO Scholarship Awards

On behalf of the NH AFL-CIO, the Scholarship Committee is proud to announce that we are presenting a record number of scholarship awards in 2015. This year we are awarding five scholarships to highly motivated students who wrote and submitted the most compelling essays on this year’s labor–related topic.

During the 2015 State of the Union Address, President Obama outlined his Legislative Agenda for the upcoming year.  One of the main aspects of his speech dealt with the tax rate injustices between the wealthy and the middle class and the need for growth in the middle class. Applicants were asked to discuss the impact the President’s plan would have on the workforce, the economy and the Labor movement.  

This year’s winners are:

  • 1st Place- a $1000 award will be given to Courtney Otto who will be attending University Of Rochester as a freshman (Nashua Teachers Union, Local 1044, American Federation of Teachers)
  • 2nd Place- a $750 award will be given to Colin Williamson who will be attending UNH as a sophomore. (UA, Local 131, Plumbers & Steamfitters)
  • 3rd Place- A $500 award will be given to Lee Anne Ames, who will be attending NHTI as a sophomore. (IAFF, Local 4659, International Assoc. of Firefighters)
  • 4th Place- a $500 award will be given to Molly Lachance who will be attending UNH as a sophomore. (UA, Local 131, Plumbers & Steamfitters)
  • 5th Place- a $500 award will be given to Colby Denison who will be attending Unity College as a junior (USW Local 12012, United Steelworkers)

Congratulations to our scholarship winners! It is a pleasure for the NH AFL-CIO to provide assistance to our union brothers and sisters and their families in their quest to secure a higher education and we wish each recipient success.

Our scholarship program is made possible through the generous donations from our affiliates and from many individual contributors committed to helping others to achieve a higher education. We thank you all!

In solidarity,

The NH AFL-CIO Scholarship Committee

Mark MacKenzie

Janice Kelble

Kelly Torosian

Kevin Bianchi

Sharlene Labore

Deb Smith

Statement by AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka on Workers Memorial Day
April 27, 2015 On Workers Memorial Day we commemorate all those who have perished on the job. No worker should be exposed to fatal injuries and illnesses at work, yet every day 150 men and women die from a work injury or occupational disease. Their deaths remind us that Americans still – in 2015 -- face too many dangers at the workplace. Read More...

Scholarship Deadline Extended

Brothers & Sisters,

Please help to spread the word

The deadline to submit 2015 Scholarship Essays and application forms has been extended. They must  be received no later than 4:00 p.m., Friday, May 15, 2015 by the NH AFL-CIO Scholarship Committee, 161 Londonderry Turnpike, Hooksett, NH 03106. 

Because of the extended due date,  the scholarship awards will be announced on June 12, 2015.  Winners will also be honored at the Labor Day Breakfast.

We would also greatly appreciate any financial assistance that your organization is able to provide to help us maintain our successful scholarship essay program and maximize the amount of scholarship aid we can offer.

Lastly, if you are not already aware, we can now accept tax deductible personal contributions. Please see the attached form and consider making a contribution. It would also be appreciated if you would share this with your members. 

While contributions are welcome at any time, in order to maximize awards for this year, we will need to receive contributions before the end of May. 

**To make a tax deductible contribution, checks should be made payable to: NH AFL-CIO EAP Services

Thank you!
The Scholarship Committee
Union Members Ratify New Agreements With FairPoint
Union Members Ratify New Agreements With FairPoint AUGUSTA, ME—After three days of voting, IBEW and CWA members in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont have ratified tentative agreements with FairPoint Communications. The new agreements protect good jobs and ensure quality telecommunications service for New England communities. Read More...
NH Labor Digest
New Hampshire Labor Digest JANUARY 20, 2015 IN THIS EDITION: NATIONAL OUTLOOK: Tonight’s State of the Union address to focus on strengthening America’s middle class; Senator Shaheen to host Portsmouth firefighter at State of the Union address STUFF TO TRY: Interactive: Are you really middle class. Read More...
Chain Restaurants Are Killing Us
By Thomas Frank January 4, 2015 Let me tell you about this one stretch of Hillsborough Road in Durham, North Carolina. Read More...
The Rich Get Richer
LABOR AND THE ECONOMY The Los Angeles Times By David Lazarus December 28, 2014 No matter how you say it, the upshot is the same. The rich are getting richer and everyone else is feeling squeezed. The wealth gap in this country is now the widest it's been in decades, according to a report this month from the Pew Research Center. Read More...
Elizabeth Warren to Deliver the Keynote Address at AFL-CIO
The Hill By Vicki Needham December 30, 2014 On Jan. 7, Warren is slated to deliver the keynote address at the AFL-CIO's national summit on raising wages for middle-class workers that will include remarks from Labor Secretary Tom Perez and the group's president, Richard Trumka, along with analysis from business and policy experts on the issue. http://g.thehill. Read More...
Union Leaders Issue Statements on NLRB Decision
For immediate release: December 30, 2014 Contact: Amy Masciola, 202-285-6955, amy.masciola@gmail. Read More...
Leo W. Gerard Become a fan
Leo Gerard International President, United Steelworkers Bargaining Power to the People Earlier this month, in the sparsely populated Kentucky county that’s home to Bowling Green, officials voted to convert the place into a right-to-work (for less) sinkhole. The county officials did it at the bidding of big corporations. Read More...
McDonald's has 13 complaints files against them
Obama labor board comes down hard on McDonald’s By Brian Mahoney 12/19/14 7:42 PM EST In a significant victory for fast-food demonstrators, the Obama administration filed 13 legal complaints on Friday against McDonald’s USA, LLC, alleging 78 instances in which it violated federal labor law by punishing workers for taking part in fast-food protests. Read More...
FairPoint CEO Issues Misleading Response to Vermont Governor
FairPoint CEO Issues Misleading Response to Vermont Governor FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, December 17, 2014 CONTACT: Jim McNeill, 202-213-1614, FairPoint CEO Paul H. Sunu has issued a misleading response to Vermont Gov. Read More...
Fairpont Workers Deserve Our Support
FairPoint Workers Deserve Our Support Striking FairPoint workers picket in front of their office, Friday, Oct. 17, 2014, in Concord, N.H. More than 1,700 FairPoint Communications workers in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont went on strike demanding that the company return to the bargaining table.(AP Photo/Jim Cole) FairPoint Workers Deserve Our Support Striking FairPoint workers picket in front of their office, Friday, Oct. 17, 2014, in Concord, N.H. More than 1,700 FairPoint Communications workers in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont went on strike demanding that the company return to the bargaining table.(AP Photo/Jim Cole) Read More...
Judge sides with Walmart Workers
Judge sides with California workers in Walmart labor dispute Reuters By Mica Rosenberg December 11, 2014 An administrative law judge found Walmart threatened employees trying to organize workers at two stores in California, in a victory for workers' rights groups challenging labor practices at the retail giant. Read More...
Fairpoint Failing
MANCHESTER, N.H. —A widespread outage affected FairPoint Internet customers across New Hampshire and Vermont on Thursday. Related Key storm links: Live video, power... Storm makes for treacherous... Latest NH power outages Power companies prepared for upcoming... Utility crews prepare for possible... Read more: Read More...
UAW Certified as VW Representative
The UAW has been certified as the representative of more than 45% of Volkswagen's workers in Chattanooga, Tenn., a major victory for the union, which has been trying to gain a foothold in the South and in foreign auto plants. The results of the independent audit of union membership clear the way for the union to meet regularly with management on workplace issues. Read More...
NH Retirement Security Coalition Responds to Supreme Court Ruling
NH Retirement Security Coalition Responds to Supreme Court Ruling on 2011 Legislation that Increased Employee Contribution Rates The NH Retirement Security Coalition has long contended that promises made to our member employees should be enforced because our members uphold their promises each and every day that they go to work. Read More...
Labor and the Economy
For those juggling multiple jobs, the workweek never ends The Boston Globe By Katie Johnston December 5, 2014 For Latiana Holmes, sleep is a precious commodity. On Fridays, she works until 6 p.m. at Dunkin’ Donuts in Roslindale, then runs errands and cleans for her aunt, for whom she works as a personal care attendant. Read More...
Breaking News: FairPoint, IBEW, and CWA Reach Tentative Agreements
February 19, 2015 FairPoint Communications, Inc. (Nasdaq: FRP); System Council T-9 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (AFL-CIO) Locals 2320, 2326, and 2327; and the Communications Workers of America (AFL-CIO) Local 1400 are pleased to announce that today they have reached tentative agreements on the terms for new collective bargaining agreements.
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