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Computer Class Survey

We need the people who showed interest in Basic Computer Skills on the June survey to take this new survey in order for us to get a better idea of the particular classes they would like to see offered.
 
 
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/D9G8MMG

Digital Photography Class

401K Investment Class

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Staff SGT. Phillip Edmonds (sitting in chair), who is a tire builder in the STS shop and fellow Alabama National Guard members in Afghanistan. He is on his 3rd deployment to Afghanistan.

Staff SGT. Edmonds Father, Doug Edmonds retired from BFG (warehouse) as did his Grandfather Lee Smitherman (TV) His Brother-in-law Tony Newman is Warehouse Manager.
 

International Trade Commission

International Trade Commission Votes to Move Forward on Passenger Vehicle and Light Truck Tire Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Case against China

International Trade Commission Votes to Move Forward on Passenger Vehicle and Light Truck Tire Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Case against China
http://www.usw.org/news/media-center/releases/2014/international-trade-c...

Contract Books

The Contract books (CBA) are in and can be picked up at the Union Hall or the Personnel department at the plant.

U.S. Department of Commerce Decision

USW Welcomes Commerce Department Decision on South Korean Oil Country Tubular Goods
 
(Pittsburgh) – United Steelworkers (USW) International President Leo W. Gerard issued the following statement today after the U.S. Department of Commerce made its decision to impose dumping margins against South Korean oil country tubular goods (OCTG) dumped into the United States:
 
“With this decision, the U.S. Commerce Department listened to thousands of hard-working Americans and took a stand for fairness on behalf of those workers and their employers.
 
“In the past few months, Steelworkers across the country rallied for a level playing field. Today their voices were heard. The Commerce Department is to be commended for getting it right and reversing their preliminary decision that would have allowed South Korean steel producers to continue breaking trade rules with no consequences.
 
“We are also proud that more than 200 members of Congress, including a majority of the Senate and over one-third of the House, voiced objection to the preliminary findings that South Korea was not breaking the law. We thank them for their leadership.
 
“Unfortunately, this decision is overdue. The Commerce Department erred in February by imposing duties on most of the OCTG imports from eight countries, but excluding South Korea, the largest source of dumped OCTG. South Korea produces virtually all of its OCTG for export, almost exclusively to undercut U.S. manufacturers.
 
“This practice has already caused serious harm to our domestic steel industry. Plants are being idled, workers are losing jobs and communities are suffering.
 
“We welcome this decision, and we believe the information that American workers and their employers will present to the International Trade Commission next week will provide further evidence that our trading partners are not playing by the rules.
 
“A nationwide call to action like we had this spring and summer should not be necessary to ensure that our trade laws are fully enforced. Time after time, the Steelworkers have no other option but to lead the fight for fair trade. In this fight, we are thankful that we were joined by U.S. Steel and other employers and unions. Labor and management joined together to demand fair play. Still, enforcing our laws should not be a hard-earned reward; it is our right. It’s time for all of our leaders in Washington to stand with us and fight hard for fair – not just free – trade.”
 
The USW represents 850,000 workers in North America employed in many industries that include metals, rubber, chemicals, paper, oil refining and the service and public sectors.  For more information:http://www.usw.org/.

USW, Chinese tire makers make case before ITC

USW 351L President Mark Williams and other United Steelworkers representatives testified this week before the International Trade Commission at a preliminary hearing on whether the ITC should levy antidumping and countervailing duties against Chinese passenger and light truck tire imports.

http://www.rubbernews.com/article/20140625/NEWS/140629979/usw-chinese-ti...

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ICD-Microsoft Office Class

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