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Surfing the Net Can Be Good for You

  • April 13, 2002

If you aren’t scanning the Internet as part of your efforts to stay informed on current union activities, you are definitely not “plugged in.” The AFL-CIO and each of its major affiliates – including the Service Employees International Union, the Teamsters Union, the United Food and Commercial Workers Union, and the United Auto Workers – maintain highly sophisticated and informative web sites. These sites contain a wealth of information about the unions’ internal and external activities, including recent union victories and the “benefits” of joining. Most union websites can be reached through the AFL-CIO’s main web site. Another avenue to international union and union-related web sites is the DMOZ Open Directory Project web site.

Being well-informed is one of the most important steps you can take to remain union-free. So, grab a cup of coffee, pull up a chair, and log on.

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