steelworker


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a worker engaged in making steel

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steel industry has lost about 46,700 jobs since 1998, according to the United Steelworkers, based in Pittsburgh.
Below the tracks meant a particular ward close to the mill where steelworkers and their families lived in what is remembered as a unified, cohesive neighborhood characterized by racial and ethnic harmony and worker solidarity.
Steelworker Alley implicitly speaks to many issues that inform recent working-class history.
By the early 1980s, American steelworkers were the best-paid industrial workers in the world.
Concerns were raised last month that Port Talbot steelworkers were being targeted by rogue financial advisers trying to persuade them to hand over their pension pots.
The steelworkers are currently receiving around 90% of the savings that were lost when Allied Steel and Wire went into administration but are fighting for the full restoration of their pensions entitlement.
Following the restructuring of the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) in August, leaflets and adverts have emerged across Swansea and Neath Port Talbot pointing steelworkers towards financial advice from firms who may not be approved by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
The waves of unfairly traded imports that led to the imposition of these orders contributed to plant closings, bankruptcies, and lost jobs and benefits for thousands of America's steelworkers," said USW International Vice President Tom Conway.
We also thank the United Steelworkers and their leadership for their unfailing support of Esmark in this effort, and look forward to their support of our future transactions.
Joining forces with the United Steelworkers gives this goal more power and potential.
EFFORTS to prevent steelworkers being targeted by rogue pensions advisers are "grossly inadequate", the head of an influential parliamentary committee has told regulators.
Meanwhile, those former steelworkers in Redcar - far from being supported by the local job centre - have told of harsh and unfair treatment.
Ged said he empathises with the steelworkers, having been forced to retrain several times from previous jobs after being a victim of recession.
and United Steelworkers Local 10-234 said that they had reached a tentative agreement on local issues, together with wages and benefits, involving 215 union members who work at Monroe's oil refinery in Trainer, Delaware County.