Recent News Posts

  • Voting Guide for Working Families
  • COVID-19 Update
  • Vehicle Safety Update
  • Open Enrollment For Healthcare Benefits Runs Through Oct. 30
    Open enrollment for healthcare benefits for Local 223 members runs through October 30. Here are few things to consider as you choose your benefits for the coming year. Staying on top of your health will help to make sure you are there for your family […]
  • Register to vote before Election Day
    2020 has been an unpredictable year, so don’t waste any time making sure you’re registered—and registering to vote if you aren’t. You can also register to vote at least 15 days before Election Day online by following the link below: REGISTER TO VOTE ONLINE Michigan […]
  • Get informed before you vote
    Visit the Michigan AFL-CIO voter’s guide to find out what candidates are labor friendly and support unions. In key races, AFL-CIO has endorsed Joe Biden for President, Gary Peters for U.S. Senate and Elizabeth Welch for MI Supreme Court. Type in your address and the […]
  • The Only Thing Scary About Halloween Should be the Costumes
    COVID-19 Halloween recommendations  “The way we celebrate Halloween in Michigan will be different this year due to COVID-19,” said Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, chief medical executive and chief deputy for health. “However, there are still many ways to celebrate safely. The guidance MDHHS issued today provides […]
  • Local 223 shows resilience in 2020
    Dear Sisters and Brothers, The year 2020 has brought on challenges that no one could have predicted, yet I am grateful to be at the helm of this great union, Local 223 UWUA. I am proud of the solidarity of all of our members as […]
  • Helping others who are impacted by COVID-19
    The global health crisis of COVID-19 has created an unprecedented amount of need for many of our neighbors, family members and friends across our city, region and state. Some people are not able to work, or have had a loved one pass away from this […]
  • Participate in the AFL-CIO Day of Action on Oct. 3
    The road to the White House runs straight through Michigan. This election year, you have more options than ever for making your voice heard. Whether it’s voting by mail, early voting or casting your ballot at your polling place on Election Day, make your plan […]

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