Last week IAM District 9 hosted a COVID-19 vaccination site for Machinists Union members and staff. Firefighters from Pattonville Fire District distributed over 460 shots at the Bridgeton, MO office.Read more
On April 8th, the Denver regional office of the Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) confirmed that NFFE-IAM had won an election to represent over 110 federal employees at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Animal Care Program.Read more
One of the most valuable benefits a union member receives is protection from unjust discipline. Often members do not realize the value of this until they have become the subject of unfair discipline.Read more
The Machinists and the Transportation Communications Union (TCU/IAM) mark the April 15 birthday of a giant in the labor movement, A. Philip Randolph.Read more
IAM members must act now to tell your Senators and Representative to pass this crucial legislation that will grant workers the right to freely form a union without the threat of company intimidation or interference.
IAM members must act now to tell your Senators and Representative to support this legislation that will work to lift troubled multiemployer plans out of their financial hole, while maintaining the financial integrity of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) and the entire multiemployer pension system.
I am writing to ask you to join the bipartisan letter below to House and Senate Leadership urging an extension of a vital worker relief program that will keep airline workers employed
Good news for the Machinists Union and millions of workers throughout the United States. President Joe Biden unveiled his highly-anticipated American Jobs Plan, which the IAM believes will create union jobs with good pay and benefits.Read more
This week the U.S. Senate confirmed former Boston mayor Marty Walsh to lead the Department of Labor. Secretary Walsh is a loyal friend of the Machinists Union.Read more
The Machinists Union led the fight to pass the American Rescue Plan. Our activism saved tens of thousands of IAM airline, transit and other critical industry jobs.Read more
The AFL-CIO has six constituency groups that fight for workers from underrepresented groups. This video features four. Watch to learn more about APALA, CLUW, LCLAA and Pride at Work. For more information about the A. Philip Randolph Institute and the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU), visit APRI.org and CBTU.org. All six groups need yourRead more