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Nearly 40,000 Communications Workers of America (CWA) and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) members at Verizon will be returning to work Wednesday after a tentative agreement was reached with the telecommunications giant, ending a seven-week strike. The new contract includes 1,400 new jobs and pay raises of up to 10 percent.
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M1Services at Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, NV is currently hiring aircraft mechanics, especially those with F-16 avionics and engine flight line experience. M1 is hiring specialists, weapons loaders and crew chiefs.
Don’t miss the opportunity to show your talent and feature your Brothers and Sisters at work by entering the 2016 IAM Photo Contest.
Women still lag far behind men when it comes to holding leadership positions in the public and private sectors, according to a new American Association of University Women (AAUW) study.
About 145 workers of Syncreon. US, a subcontractor of Harley-Davidson, have become the newest members of Kansas City, MO Local 176.
The supply chain logistics provider voluntarily recognized the IAM to represent its operators, forklift operators and truck drivers after a majority of employees signed authorization cards in March 2016. In less than two months, the new IAM members have ratified their first contract.
Click here to view a new IAM video featuring Local 86 members, District 751 leaders and members of the IAM Executive Council, including International President Bob Martinez, as they walk the walk in support of Local 86 members on strike for a fair contract at Triumph Composites Systems in Spokane, WA.
Thanks to IAM Local 2003 member and Guide Dog of America (GDA) volunteer Adam Beasley, Alabama now has a law specifically protecting service dogs from assault for the first time in the state’s history.
More than 50 IAM organizers from across North America, including International President Bob Martinez, came together recently at the William W. Winpisinger Education and Technology Center in Hollywood, MD to plan how the union will organize new members today and in the future.
As IAM members know all too well, our jobs can be dangerous.
Whether you’re building the world’s most technologically advanced aircraft, ensuring airline passengers’ bags get to their destinations, battling wildfires, or any of the thousands of jobs Machinists Union members do, safety is a top concern. It’s ultimately up to us, IAM Brothers and Sisters, to make sure we go home safe every day.
The IAM will hold the 2016 Federal Employees Advanced Program at the William W. Winpisinger Education and Technology Center in Hollywood, MD, July 17-22, 2016. The registration deadline for this class has been extended to June 8, 2016.
Hundreds of IAM activists converged on Washington, DC for the 2016 IAM Legislative Conference to strategize and lobby Congress on matters key to the security of IAM and other American jobs.
The Machinist Union has reserved grouped seating for the 2016 “Tribute to Labor” race day at the Chicagoland Speedway on September 18, 2016 in Joliet, IL.
Dozens of Machinists from across the state of Illinois, led by IAM Midwest Territory General Vice President Philip J. Gruber, joined thousands in Springfield, IL to protest Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner’s anti-working family agenda.
Do you know where your Oreos come from? The next time you go to buy cookies or other products made by snack-maker Nabisco, check the label. If it’s not made in America, don’t buy it. Save your hard-earned dollars in support of IAM jobs.
U.S. airline workers have another friend in their fight to prevent a low-cost foreign carrier from unleashing a wave of a downward pressure on industry wages.
With nearly 40,000 Communications Workers of America (CWA) and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) members on strike at Verizon to protect their jobs from outsourcing, IAM members are finding ways to show support.
WATCH: Standing Strong with Verizon Workers
New York City’s Aviation High School is featured in an NPR article highlighting the quality education students receive from the program, which prepares them for jobs in the aviation field right out of high school.
The IAM Local 2058 Negotiating Committee, along with District 98 staff members, recently participated in the Negotiation Preparation for Bargaining Committees program at the William W. Winpisinger Center in Hollywood, MD. Local 2058 represents skilled diesel mechanics at Penn Power Group in York Haven, PA.
IAM national leaders today marched in solidarity with IAM Local 86 members in Spokane, WA, who are in the second week of a strike at Triumph Composites Systems.
The International Trade Commission (ITC) on Wednesday issued its much anticipated report predicting the effects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) on the U.S. economy, and its findings are damning for American workers.
It takes the average S&P 500 CEO just over a day to make what production and non-supervisory workers earn, on average, in an entire year, according to the AFL-CIO’s newly-released Executive PayWatch.
Retired IAM member Jerry Schiltz, a Vietnam War veteran, had never been to Washington, DC to see the memorials honoring his service. Earlier this week, thanks to a Wisconsin non-profit called the Never Forgotten Honor Flight, Schiltz joined fellow veterans, and even a Green Bay Packer, on a day-long trip to the nation’s capital.
The Department of Labor has announced a doubling of the overtime threshold for salaried workers from $23,660 to $47,476. The long awaited change qualifies workers for overtime when working more than 40 hours a week.
Nine IAM members and staff were awarded master’s degrees in union and labor administration from the University of Massachusetts (UMass) Amherst. On May 6, 2016, they crossed the stage to receive their diplomas from the university’s chancellor.
An article in The New York Times brings to light a tall tale told by an Amazon manager in Delaware who was trying to dissuade workers there from organizing with the IAM.