USW: McConnell Blocking Relief for Millions Facing Economic Crisis

To put it simply, millions of American families are suffering and worrying about the future as we face the worst economic crisis of our lifetimes, and one man is standing in the way of the relief they so desperately need.

USW Endorses Framework for College Athletes’ Bill of Rights

We've announced our full support for a legislative framework for a comprehensive College Athletes’ Bill of Rights put forth by U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.). Click for more.

Workers Report Kumho’s COVID-19 Safety Lapses

Workers at Kumho Tire in Macon, Ga., today alerted health officials to rampant COVID-19 safety failures in their workplace.

USW: KPS Purchase of Briggs & Stratton Will Rescue Hundreds of Jobs

Our union is committed to working with KPS to ensure that the proud tradition of engine-making is preserved for future generations of USW members in Milwaukee.

USW: America Loses Irreplaceable Civil, Human Rights Leader with Passing of John Lewis

(PITTSBURGH) — United Steelworkers (USW) International President Tom Conway and Vice President of Human Affairs Fred Redmond released the following statement on behalf of the union today regarding the death of Rep. John Lewis:

Graduate Committee at Pitt Applauds Reversal of International Student Rule

The Graduate Student Organizing Committee at the University of Pittsburgh applauded today’s reversal by the Trump admin. of guidelines that it had issued earlier this month that could have forced thousands of international students to leave the country.

USW Welcomes ITC’s Preliminary Determination on PVLT Tires from Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam

The United Steelworkers (USW) union today welcomed the ITC’s preliminary determination on passenger vehicle and light truck (PVLT) tires from Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

USW Applauds Biden’s Plan for Manufacturing, Innovation

Pitt Grad Student Organizers Condemn Changes to ICE Student Exchange and Visitor Program Rules

Under the rule change, students in the U.S. on F-1 visas must take at least one in-person class or face deportation. This comes at a time when many universities are still weighing options for online instruction in the wake of COVID-19.

USW International President Testifies on Manufacturing, Climate Crisis

United Steelworkers International President Tom Conway testified today before the Senate Democrats’ Special Committee on the Climate Crisis, calling for robust investments in domestic manufacturing that will both create jobs and reduce emissions.

USW Says Much Work Remains to Ensure Effectiveness of USMCA

United Steelworkers International President Tom Conway issued the following statement on the effective date of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement (USMCA).

USW Salutes the Heroism of Postal Workers

Click to read our International President Tom Conway's statement in honor of National Postal Worker Day.

Carnegie Museum Workers Announce Organizing Campaign to Join USW

Workers from across four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh locations announced on Monday, June 29, that they will be conducting an election to join the United Steelworkers (USW) union. More...

As Carnegie Museums Reopen, Workers Launch Unionization Effort

Click here to learn about Carnegie Museums workers' journey to join our union with an online event coinciding with the museums' re-opening.

PLRB Hearing Examiner Rules Pitt Inflated Faculty List to Impede Union

The USW expects the administration to appeal the ruling. The administration spent more than $1 million over the 2018-2019 fiscal year on fees to the union-busting law firm Ballard Spahr.

USW Backs BlueGreen Alliance National Manufacturing Agenda

The USW, along with other members and leaders of the labor-environmental partnership BlueGreen Alliance (BGA), today launched the group’s ambitious agenda to rebuild American manufacturing while fighting the effects of climate change.

USW Applauds Commerce Department Investigation of PVLT Tires from 4 Countries

The USW filed antidumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) petitions against four countries on May 13.

USW Applauds House Progress on Infrastructure Investment

USW International President Tom Conway issued the following statement today on the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee passage of the Investing in a New Vision for the Environment and Surface Transportation (INVEST) in America Act

Court Rejects Constellium Bid to Reverse Health Care Ruling

A U.S. District Court judge blocked an effort by Constellium Rolled Products Ravenswood to overturn an arbitrator’s ruling that prevented the company from making unilateral changes to health care benefits for its retirees.

NLRB Issues Sweeping Complaint against ASARCO for Unfair Labor Practices that Instigated Strike by 2,000 Union Workers

The USW today said that Region 28 of the NLRB has issued a far-reaching complaint against ASARCO LLC, a subsidiary of mining conglomerate Grupo Mexico, sanctioning the company for its numerous unlawful actions at and away from the bargaining table.