Massachusetts AFL–CIO

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Full name Massachusetts AFL-CIO
Founded 1958
Members 400,000
Affiliation AFL-CIO
Key people Steven Tolman, president
Office location Malden, Massachusetts
Country United States

Massachusetts AFL–CIO is the Massachusetts state affiliate of the AFL-CIO. It was founded in 1958.

The 'Mass AFL-CIO' is the umbrella organization for more than 750 local unions and intermediate bodies, such as joint boards and district councils, whose parent international unions are affiliated with the national AFL-CIO. It is one of 51 state federations operated under a charter granted by the AFL-CIO.

The Mass AFL-CIO engages in political education, legislative action, organizing, and education and training. Among its areas of interest are: Jobs, workers' compensation, workplace health and safety, unemployment insurance, collective bargaining and tax policy. The Mass AFL-CIO works with like-minded consumer, civic, religious and labor groups to achieve its goals.

The Mass AFL-CIO was previously known as the Massachusetts Federation of Labor and the Massachusetts Labor Council.

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