Workers Uniting is a trans-Atlantic trade union created in 2008 by a merger of Unite the Union (better known as Unite) of the United Kingdom and Ireland with the North American United Steelworkers union (USW) based in the United States. Both unions still retain individual branding and leadership.
The merged union has a membership of three million members.
- Greenhouse, Steven. "Steelworkers Merge With British Union." New York Times. July 3, 2008; Toland, Bill. "USW, Brits Near Creation of 'Super' Union." Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. May 28, 2008.
- BBC News: Merger forms transatlantic union, July 2, 2008 (link last visited July 14, 2008).
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