Union Member Rights and Officer Responsibilities Under the LMRDA The Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (LMRDA) guarantees certain rights to union members and imposes certain responsibilities on union officers. More >>
The IAM is a large and diverse organization, representing 720,000 members across North America. Each member makes a significant contribution to the success of the union. The mission of the IAM Headquarters is to help individual members realize that potential. The departments of the IAM mirror the diversity of the members that form the union.
The IAMAW has always supported our Veterans. The Retirees', Community and Member Services Department would like to recognize all who sacrificed for our great country. One of our first plans is to create a map linked to districts and nearby Veteran Services. In that regard, we are asking any and all retirees to complete the contact form .
Beginning March 26, 2014, OSHA will apply its standards for noise, hazard communication and bloodbome pathogens to the working conditions of cabin crewmembers (but not flight deck crew) on aircraft in operation.
Jim Reid attended the National Action Network (NAN) Convention in New York City, April 9th to 12th. For more details click "Read More".
Don Kennedy conducted HPWO communications sessions with all hourly and salaried employees at the TitanX plant in Jamestown, NY. To read more detail, click "Read More".
During the week of March 31 to April 4, Jim went to Kenyon College and conducted Natural Work Group (NWG) training for members of UE Local 712, IAM Local 2794 and Maintenance Department managment. For more detaisl click "Read More".
Don Kennedy attended HPWO Partnership meetings with Local Lodge 898 and PAE at Vance Air Force Base in Enid, OK. To find out about the week's activities click "Read More".
This year, 2014, marks the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference and the resulting vision that lead to the formaiton of Canada.The Charlottetown Conference was a meeting of 23 men to create a bold vision, form relationships and begin conversations about what the country should be. A Bold Vision is a coaltion of women's organizations in Prince Edward Island to commemorate the Charlottetown Conference and celebrate the vital role women play and will continue to play in the advancement of Canada, as well as recognize that in 2014 women hold many leadership roles in all sectors of Canadian society.
A Bold Vision will bring together women from across Canada to celebrate women Canadian leaders, create an opportunity for women to be visionaries, to learn from one another and create a bold vision for the next 150 years.