2009 Labor Day List Employers

In the American Rights at Work Education Fund’s fifth annual Labor Day List: Partnerships that Work, we recognize successful partnerships between employers and their employees’ labor unions that are working well in an uncertain global economy.

Employers showcased in this year’s report walk the walk when it comes to respecting their own workers’ rights, and now they are going a step further by standing up on behalf of all U.S. workers. Every business profiled herein has spoken out on the need for meaningful labor law reform to ensure men and women have decent opportunities and their rights protected. Through their support of the Employee Free Choice Act, legislation making it easier for workers to choose to form a union, a new generation of visionary employers is laying the foundation for the financial well-being of workers and businesses alike.

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American Income Life Insurance Company

A leading voice within the business community for labor law reform that protects working families with supplemental life insurance.

 
Ivory Leathers, Inc.

Bringing American-made apparel to a niche market while empowering workers and reinvigorating our manufacturing sector.

 
McGuire Scenic

Building scenery for diverse entertainment and industry projects, and growing momentum for worker-friendly policies.

 
Morton Williams Supermarkets

This New York neighborhood grocer supports workers’ rights and meets a diverse range of customer needs.

 
Print & Copy Center

This printer has built a small business into a successful enterprise while treating employees with respect.

 
Raymond’s Painting and Decorating

A family-owned business able to complete and project successfully due to its highly-trained union workers.

 
West Sheet Metal Company

Valuing workers’ voices and skills on the job, this contractor has built a reputation of delivering projects on time.

 
Wisconsin Vision, Inc.

An eye care provider with a progressive view on workers’ rights and quality patient care.