Organizing Service Contract Act (SCA) workers is a priority for the IAM. SCA is a growing segment of the private workforce with hundreds of thousands of employees who deserve improved pay, benefits, job security and respect. And, the IAM can deliver. Service contracts employ a wide range of professions and skill sets. The IAM represents air traffic controllers, groundskeepers, computer programmers, aircraft mechanics and truck drivers. We represent the workers who provide logistical support and fueling for the VIP Fleet and Andrews, AFB including Air Force One. Our members work in Federal buildings, veterans hospitals, national forests, FAA facilities and military installations – just to name a few. We represent more SCA employees than any other union in North America.
So, what’s the secret to our success? The Service Contract Act provides that employees must be paid not less than the wages and fringe benefits for their Area Wage Determination (AWD) set by the Department of Labor. But the key is this, Section 4(c) of the SCA allows for the wages, benefits and working conditions to be set by union-bargaining. This means that union-bargained wages and benefits replace the AWD. Furthermore, any would-be employer has to honor the new wage and benefit rates when they bid on the government contract, and, they must abide by the contract if they win the award.
So, make the smart choice! Join our thousands of SCA members currently working for companies like Boeing, Lockheed Martin, AHNTECH, Inc., DynCorp, L3 Communications, Lear Siegler Services, Sikorsky, Chugach, Del-Gen, Fidelity Technologies, Yulista Management Services and many more.