National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees
District 1199NM
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    Nov 01, 2017
    District 1199 NM Office, located at 130 Alvarado Dr. NE, Suite 100
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    Dec 06, 2017
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    Jan 03, 2018
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  • Facts from the AFL-CIO
    Updated On: Sep 14, 2016

    The Union Difference: Facts from the AFL-CIO

    Union workers get more benefits and earn higher wages than workers who don’t have a voice on the job with a union.
    Union workers participating in job-provided health insurance 79%
    Nonunion workers participating in job-provided health insurance 52%
     
    Union workers are 52 percent more likely than nonunion workers to have job-provided health care.
    Union workers without health insurance coverage 2.5%
    Nonunion workers without health insurance coverage 15%
     
    Nonunion workers are five times more likely to lack health insurance coverage.
    Union workers participating in guaranteed (defined-benefit) pension plans 77%
    Nonunion workers participating in guaranteed (defined-benefit) pension plans 20%
     
    Union workers are 285 percent (nearly three times) more likely than nonunion workers to have defined-benefit pensions.
    Union workers with paid personal leave 57%
    Nonunion workers with paid personal leave 38%
     
    Union workers are 50 percent more likely than nonunion workers to have paid personal leave.
    Union workers’ average days of paid vacation 15 days
    Nonunion workers’ average days of paid vacation 11.75 days
     
    Union paid vacation advantage 28%.
    Union workers’ median weekly earnings $886
    Nonunion workers’ median weekly earnings $691
     
    Union wage advantage 28%
    Union women’s median weekly earnings $809
    Nonunion women’s median weekly earnings $615
     
    Union wage advantage for women 32%
    African American union workers’ median weekly earnings $720
    African American nonunion workers’ median weekly earnings $564
    Union wage advantage for African Americans 28%
    Latino union workers’ median weekly earnings $733
    Latino nonunion workers’ median weekly earnings $512
    Union wage advantage for Latinos 43%
    Asian American union workers’ median weekly earnings $902
    Asian American nonunion workers’ median weekly earnings $852
    Sources:
    U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Union Members in 2008, Jan. 28, 2009; U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor
    Statistics, National Compensation Survey: Employee Benefits in Private Industry in the United States, March 2008, August 2008; Economic Policy Institute;
    Employee Benefits Research Institute, May 2005.
    AFL-CIO website: www.aflcio.org

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