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Wichita / Hutchinson Labor Federation

Vote April 11th to Stop the Trump Agenda

James Thompson is the clear choice in the 4th Congressional District Special election

Here's what you need to know about the special election on April 11th to fill the vacancy in the KS 4th Congressional District.


Support the Fair Share Act

Bill introduced in KS Legislature that would require free-loading non-members to pay their fair share.

A bill called the "Fair Share Act" has just been introduced to the Kansas Legislature that would require all non-union employees benefitting from union representation must either join the union OR have the cost of union dues deducted from their paycheck and sent to a non-profit. It's only fair.


Labor Day 2016

Celebrate The Labor Movement

Join us on Saturday, September 3rd to recognize the incredible achievements of America’s working people and celebrate all those who make our country run.


2016 AFL-CIO candidate endorsements

Learn which candidates will work for Working Kansans

The Wichita / Hutchinson Labor Federation and the Kansas AFL-CIO have published their list of endorsements for the 2016 General Election. Learn which candidates deserve your vote.


Injured Workers Are Not Fairly Compensated

Kansas's broken policies are plunging injured workers into poverty

Over the last ten years, Kansas and more than two-thirds of the states have dismantled the workers’ comp system, with disastrous results for workers. An investigation by ProPublica and National Public Radio found that the cutbacks have been so devastating that injured workers are plunged into poverty.


OVERTIME. It’s about time.

Overtime Rule Will Give Millions an Overdue Raise

Thanks to a new rule issued this week by the Obama administration, roughly 12.5 million working Americans are very close to receiving a long overdue and much deserved raise. The administration’s overtime rule, which becomes effective December 1, more than doubles the existing overtime salary threshold from $23,660 to $47,476. That means white collar, salaried employees who earn less than $47,476 annually will now be eligible for overtime pay if they work more than 40 hours in a week. The salary threshold will be adjusted every three years. The rule represents one of the most sweeping steps taken by the administration to address income inequality in an economy that is out of balance and favors a wealthy few.