Wisconsin State AFL-CIO

 

The Wisconsin AFL-CIO is proud to announce the following endorsements for the Wisconsin State Legislature.

Working people are being infected at work and dying from COVID-19 in every sector.

Statement from Stephanie Bloomingdale, President of the Wisconsin AFL-CIO, on Governor Evers' statewide masking order: 

Help turn out the union vote for pro-worker candidates in the August 11, 2020 partisan primary and November 3, 2020 general presidential election. 

Recent News

More than three years after taking office, the administration has never filled the job running the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, which is charged with enforcing workplace safety laws. The $560 million-a-year agency, whose estimated 2,000 inspectors performed 32,020 on-site inspections in 2018, spent months not doing any in-person inspections related to coronavirus, other than in hospitals, said Rebecca Reindel, director of occupational safety and health for the AFL-CIO.

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Share your experience. How has COVID-19 affected you? What you are seeing in your own workplace or places you are a customer or patron? Are you being asked to work without proper PPE or social distance in the workplace?

Every essential worker, whether on the front lines, working with the public, or simply working closely with coworkers, must have personal protective equipment, thoroughly cleaned and sanitized workplaces and social distance from one another to save their own lives and the lives of all Americans.

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