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Greater St. Louis Labor Council, AFL-CIO

Phone 314-291-8666       Fax 314-291-8676

Welcome to the home page of the Greater St. Louis Labor Council

Be sure to check out the Member Links tab to visit the sites of many of our members.

Any member that would like to have their page added to the site should email Karen Lyons with their web address.

2014 Labor Law Breakfast Series
Wednesday, February 12, 2014


The NLRA Outside of the Collective Bargaining Relationship


Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act affords protections to private sector union and non-union employees alike.  This program will discuss recent NLRB decisions concerning the Section 7 rights of employees in non-union and pre-union settings.  Special attention will be paid to employer policies, including confidentiality, non-disparagement, employment-at-will, solicitation and distribution, and others

Presenter: Emily Perez, Attorney, Hammond & Shinners

8:00 am  Special BREAKFAST BUFFET
8:30-9:30 am  PRESENTATION

LOCATION: IBEW Local 1439 Hall, 2121 59th St, 63110 Use the back entrance to the meeting hall.  Parking is available on the street, in the back lot, or at the Glaziers Hall at 5916 Wilson Ave.

Cost: $15/person if $150 annual fee has not been paid (may be paid at breakfast).
Checks payable to: St. Louis County Extension Council
Mail to: University of Missouri Extension, 10650 Gateway Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63132

The Labor Law Breakfast Series, held on the second Wednesday of every month, is sponsored by University of Missouri Extension.
For more info or to register by phone or email, contact Rob Russell at
russellrob@missouri.edu or 314-400-7635.

Check out this informative web site that helps explain why the Right to Work is BAD




Employment Networking

Attached is the October 2013 Calendar of Networking Events/List of Job Fairs from Joel Reinert, OJT Coordinator, SLATE Missouri Career.  

Click here for the October calendar of events.




Job Opportunities




Please note the following info for veterans and spouses-


Missouri Career Centers offers assistance to our returning veterans and their spouses to help them get back to work after honorably serving their country.  Here are some of the resources available to assist our returning veterans:

Veteran Representatives to assist with accessing resources to make the transition back into civilian life Information about programs and organizations targeted at providing assistance to our veterans and their families Job lead and job market information Job search workshops and seminars

Check these websites frequently for new job postings -

http://www.stlworks.com/                        http://www.theromegroup.com/joblistings.aspx




Also FREE online classes on COMPUTER skills, can also earn CEUs. http://www.gcflearnfree.org/ Also free classes on reading and math.



       Labor Talk Podcast

Want to stay informed on the latest labor discussions? Sign up to receive podcasts and/or monthly Labor Link emails from the Missouri Department of Labor. Click here to subscribe to the podcasts or here to sign up for the Labor Link.



Are you on ?


Join the Missouri AFL-CIO Facebook page.

Click here to join.

Join the cause - "Stop the Right to Work (for less) in Missouri

Click here to join.

Union members can help spread the positive word about the economic impact their union wages have in their community by attaching a small sticker to every check they write.thedarrahs@hotmail.comom)
financial secretary of the St. Louis Union Label and Service Trades Council to purchase the labels.



"My challenge to you is to start reading the labels when you shop for everyday things and see what you can find that is made in the USA - the job you save may be your own or your neighbors!
In the meantime - here's a great website:"  http://www.americansworking.com/


       November's meeting minutes
have been posted to the site

Click on the Official Minutes button to the left to open the document.


     The St. Louis Police Officers' Association has just been added as a link on our web site. Be sure to take a look by clicking on the Member Links tab to visit their site.

Interested in joining a Labor Club?

There are labor-political clubs throughout the St. Louis area and other parts of Eastern Missouri for those who would like to assist labor friendly candidates in their bid for office.

Click here to be taken to a list of Labor Clubs on the Missouri AFL-CIO web site. Consider attending a meeting or contacting a club for more information.


 Interested in Attending the Union Representatives' Luncheons?     Become a Member!

This year, as in the past, we will provide you with a wonderful luncheon at selected union venues and a time to relax and enjoy the company of old friends, as well as a chance to make new friends and acquaintances.   

Again, we will strive to attract some interesting speakers on various topics to entertain and inform you.  And, as always, if you know of anyone who would like to speak or give some type of presentation at one of our luncheons, please let me know; we welcome this type of input. 

We are looking forward to seeing you all again in the coming year and we would love to welcome any new members, so if you know of anyone interested in joining our Union Representatives’ Luncheon organization, please have them contact the Council office or complete the form below and mail to the Labor Council along with a check for your membership fee.

Union Rep Membership Form



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