Not a union member? Read on to see what President Theodore Roosevelt thought about being a union member. United States President Theodore Roosevelt 1901-1909: If I were a factory employee, a labourer on the railroad, or a wage earner of any sort, I would undoubtedly join the union of my trade. If I were opposed […]
Our motto is “strength in unity” and we know it works. There will always be however, some people lacking in principle, that may consider selling out their mates, in the belief that they will benefit personally in the long run. Click here to see what Jack London said many years ago of people such as […]
Some members wonder about what might happen to them under the Workchoices legislation should the Howard Federal Government be re-elected in 2007. Read on to find out what our New Zealand brothers and sisters suffered under very similar circumstances. Click to read (or right-click/Cmd-click to save to your computer: PDF download).