Labor Unions Photos on Townhall

  •  - Brazil's Finance Minister Mantega gets ready to speak to Congress in Brasilia

    Brazil's Finance Minister Mantega gets ready to speak to Congress in Brasilia

    Posted: 2/15/2011 2:14:34 PM EST
    Brazil's Finance Minister Guido Mantega (2nd R) gets ready to speak to Congress about the announced increase in minimum wage, in Brasilia February 15, 2011. Labor unions initiated a protest to demand a greater increase. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Brazil's Finance Minister Mantega is heckled by workers protesting over the announced increase in minimum wage in Brasilia

    Brazil's Finance Minister Mantega is heckled by workers protesting over the announced increase in minimum wage in Brasilia

    Posted: 2/15/2011 1:44:24 PM EST
    Brazil's Finance Minister Guido Mantega is heckled by workers protesting over the announced increase in minimum wage, as he arrives at Congress to give an explanation on the increase, in Brasilia February 15, 2011. Labor unions initiated the protest to demand a greater increase. The poster reads, "Real increase for minimum wage." REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Retired General Sarath Fonseka, listens to a speech introducing him before speaking to labor unions from the Marxist backed opposition party in Colombo

    Retired General Sarath Fonseka, listens to a speech introducing him before speaking to labor unions from the Marxist backed opposition party in Colombo

    Posted: 12/4/2009 9:49:31 AM EST
    Retired General Sarath Fonseka, listens to a speech introducing him before speaking to labor unions from the Marxist backed opposition party in Colombo, December 4, 2009. Fonseka, who oversaw the end of 25 years of war, said on Sunday he will run for president, pitting himself against President Mahinda Rajapaksa, who also takes credit for the victory against Tamil Tiger rebels. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA POLITICS ELECTIONS MILITARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - Brazil's President Lula da Silva talks during a meeting with members of labor unions in Brasilia

    Brazil's President Lula da Silva talks during a meeting with members of labor unions in Brasilia

    Posted: 4/8/2009 11:49:01 AM EST
    Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva talks during a meeting with members of labor unions at the Cultural Center Banco do Brasil in Brasilia April 8, 2009. Lula da Silva confirmed on Wednesday that the chief executive of federally owned Banco do Brasil had stepped down. REUTERS/Roberto Jayme (BRAZIL BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY HEADSHOT)
  •  - File photo of Costco CEO Sinegal speaking before business editors and writers at convention in Seattle

    File photo of Costco CEO Sinegal speaking before business editors and writers at convention in Seattle

    Posted: 3/21/2009 10:59:18 PM EST
    Costco co-founder and CEO Jim Sinegal speaks to business editors and writers at their annual convention in Seattle in this May 2, 2005 file photo. Costco Wholesale Corp, Starbucks and Whole Foods Market are joining forces to propose alternatives to a bill that makes it easier for workers to unionize but is strongly opposed by U.S. corporations. The three retail giants said on March 21, 2009 they sought a "third way" as big business and labor unions face off over the Employee Free Choice Act, backed by President Barack Obama. REUTERS/Robert Sorbo/Files (BUSINESS FOOD DRINK HEADSHOT)
  •  - The Chrysler Warren Stamping plant and General Motors Powertrain plant sit across the street from each other  in Warren, Michigan

    The Chrysler Warren Stamping plant and General Motors Powertrain plant sit across the street from each other in Warren, Michigan

    Posted: 10/14/2008 4:56:33 PM EST
    The Chrysler Warren Stamping plant and General Motors Powertrain plant sit across the street from each other in Warren, Michigan October 14, 2008. Labor unions in the United States and Canada on Tuesday expressed concern about the prospect of job losses from any merger between General Motors Corp and Chrysler LLC, adding that union leaders had not been consulted by the automakers. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)