Helping the UNEMPLOYED  

You lost your job. You’re not alone. 31 million Americans face the same challenges. You want your job back. You want your life back. But you can’t do it alone. Neither can anyone else. You all need each other. That’s what UCubed is here to do: Help you and 31 million other Americans organize, work together and get back to work. Let UCubed help you connect. Form a cube, and multipy your political and economic power by 6. Then by 36. Eventually, by 31 million. Take Control. 
 
http://www.unionofunemployed.com/ 

Here you will find a comprehensive list of links to important agencies, community service groups and many Union organizations that can help keep you informed about labor issues and neighborhood events!   

AFL-CIO 

http://www.aflcio.org/  

 

Advancing Democracy in the American Workplace – American Rights at Work  

http://www.americanrightsatwork.org  

 

Alliance for Retired Americans  

http://www.retiredamericans.org/  

 

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees  

http://www.afscme.org   

 

American Labor Studies Center  

http://www.labor-studies.org/ 

 

Stop Workplace Bullying – U.S. campaign for Workplace Bullying Laws  

http://www.bullyfreeworkplace.org   

 

Butler County United Labor Council, AFL-CIO  

http://pa.aflcio.org/352   

 

Coalition of Labor Union Women  

http://www.cluw.org   

 

Concern Services – Employee Assistance Program  

http://www.concernservices.com/ 

 

Department of Labor  

http://www.dol.gov   

 

The Department for Professional Employees, AFL-CIO (DPE) comprises 24 AFL-CIO unions representing over four million people working in professional, technical and administrative support occupations.  DPE-affiliated unions represent:  teachers, college professors and school administrators; library workers; nurses, doctors and other health care professionals; engineers, scientists and IT workers; journalists and writers, broadcast technicians and communications specialists; performing and visual artists; professional athletes; professional firefighters; psychologists, social workers and many others.  DPE was chartered by the AFL-CIO in 1977 in recognition of the rapidly-growing professional and technical occupations.  

http://www.dpeaflcio.org   

 

EEOC  

http://www.eeoc.gov  

 

IAM Pension plan  

http://www.iamnpf.org  

 

Made In The USA Forever – all American made products  

www.madeintheusaforever.com  

 

Occupational Hazards – The Authority on Occupational Safety, Health and Loss Prevention  

http://www.occupationalhazards.com   

 

OSHA  

http://www.osha.gov  

 

Pennsylvania Unions web site links  

http://www.xpdnc.com/links/louspa.html  

 

The Union Edge Talk Show Radio  

http://www.theunionedge.com   

 

T Rowe Price Investment Services  

http://www.troweprice.com   

 

United Auto Workers main website       

www.uaw.org

 

Labor History Resource Guide

http://www.jobhero.com/labor-history-guide/


Check out the websites of our fellow union brothers and sisters at the other AK Steel facilities:  

IAM Local Lodge 1943 Middletown, Ohio   

http://www.ll1943.org   

UAW Local 3044 was organized in 2003 to represent the approximately 200 production technicians at AK Steel in Rockport, Indiana.  Their current employment is approximately 190 technicians.
http://www.uawlocal3044.com