Labor headlines from the December 5, 1997, edition of the Northwest Labor Press

Apple warehouse workers file for union election
Apple warehouse workers seeking an end to poverty-level wages, unsafe workplaces and supervisor abuse are looking to the Teamsters for help.

Fahey will run for Oregon labor commissioner

Mike Fahey, executive secretary-treasurer of the Portland Metal Trades Council, announced this week that he will run for commissioner of the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries.

'Made in USA' book available

This holiday season -- or any time for that matter -- if you're looking for Made in America products, make it easier by reading the fourth edition of "Made in the USA: The Complete Guide to America's Finest Products."

Providence Health System lands on labor's Unfair List

The Northwest Oregon Labor Council (NOLC) has placed the Sisters of Providence Health System on its Unfair List at the request of Painters District Council 55 and the Columbia-Pacific Building Trades Council for failure to pay area standard wages and benefits.

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