The IAM has reached historic tentative agreements with Hawaiian Airlines for the carrier’s Clerical, Office, Stores, Fleet and Passenger Service, and Maintenance and Related groups.Read more
Dear Sisters, Brothers and Friends of the IAM, This weekend, we honor the life and legacy of an iconic civil rights activist. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was an early proponent of voting rights and a tireless advocate for the working class and the oppressed around the world. I call on you to celebrate theRead more
The right to vote for who we want to represent us is the foundational cornerstone of our democracy. Our ability to cast our ballot each Election Day is fundamental to our system of government. Yet, in 2021, at least 19 states passed 34 laws restricting access to voting. American democracy is under threat.Read more
Members of the Spanish Leadership Working Group (SLWG) met the week of December 6, 2021 at the William W. Winpisinger Center to review and update the Spanish Language programs class materials and to develop plans for recruitment, communications and advocacy.Read more
The PRO Act will make it easier for working people to bargain together and win good contracts because it will: Empower workers to exercise our freedom to organize and bargain. Repeal “right to work” laws.Ensure that workers can reach a first contract quickly after a union is recognized.
Take Action Now: Urge your elected officials to protect Federal Service Contract Jobs.
Foreign airline carriers are trying to exploit American airline workers by undercutting pay, benefits, working conditions and safety standards as ‘flags of convenience’ carriers.
Elections should be about people, not money. That’s why the U.S. Senate needs to pass the For the People Act.
IAM General Secretary-Treasurer Dora Cervantes explains why we must pass the Freedom to Vote Act, which will protect your right to vote and ensure that every vote is counted.Read more
As Rachel Steele prepares to earn her doctorate in 2022, she looks back on how much an IAM scholarship meant to her back in 2003. Her father, Thomas Steele, was working for Boeing that year and she was featured in the IAM Journal as one of several scholarship winners.Read more
You may have heard about the Build Back Better Act, but what is it and how can it help to change your life?Read more
For the first time in two years, Guide Dogs of America held its in-person Las Vegas charity weekend in mid-November, raising funds to help people with blindness, visual impairment, veterans with PTSD and children with autism. The organization provides service dogs free of charge and pays for the raising, training and transportation of students andRead more