Monthly Archives: January 2018

Rosie The Riveter: More Than Just A Poster

Last week it was announced, Naomi Parker Fraley, supposedly the original Rosie The Riveter, had died.  The Rosie The Riveter poster, designed for Westinghouse by Pittsburgh artist J. Howard Miller, has become an icon.  The inspiration was considered to be … Continue reading

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An Example of the Declining Middle Class

A couple of weeks ago we wrote about the concerns of bus drivers Columbus, Ohio about the threat of driverless vehicles. Their concerns centered on the potential loss of hundreds of well-paying jobs of bus drivers and other employees and … Continue reading

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Supervisors, What’s In Your Tool Bag?

Recently I read a  report from an employee who gave a description of his workplace.  He works at a facility for a chain that routinely gets negative media attention.  The only difference was this employee talked about how much he … Continue reading

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Introducing the New CALMC Web Site and YouTube Channel

As we begin the new year, we want to let you know about new on-line information available from Columbus Area Labor-Management Committee. Our new web site is now available at http://calmc.org. Our old site has been completely redesigned to be … Continue reading

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