IAM Local 1231 members employed by Spectrum Healthcare have ratified their first collective agreement.Read more
Machinists Union members are proud to build and maintain the state-of-the-art planes, helicopters, ships and other military equipment that keep our service men and women safe. We are also honored to work on military bases across the country. Many IAM members are veterans themselves.Read more
Tell your Senators to protect our members by keeping the pro-airline worker language in the FAA Reauthorization act.
The Workplace Democracy Act would strengthen the middle class by restoring workers’ rights to bargain for better wages, benefits and working conditions.
The WAGE Act would amend the National Labor Relations Act to strengthen protections for workers who want to organize and promote change through forming a union or other collective action.
IAM and NFFE-IAM members who work at Red River Army Depot in Texas are under siege as the U.S. military installation slashes jobs. But as workers face an uncertain future, the IAM is helping members regain their footing.Read more
Respect and equality are two values members of IAM District 947 in California want in a first contract with CARECEN. So, they took the Negotiation Preparation for Bargaining Committee class at the IAM’s Winpisinger Education and Technology Center in Hollywood, Maryland.Read more
Recent nominations to the U.S. Supreme Court have given it an anti-labor ideological leaning. Some legal observers are concerned that the Supreme Court may soon re-embody what scholars call the Lochner Era, a time from 1897 to 1937, when the Court was openly hostile to the vital needs of American workers.Read more
The International Association of Machinists (IAM) quickly responded to the disaster scene caused by Hurricane Florence, a massive storm that’s devastated the lives of hundreds of Machinist members in North Carolina.Read more