The central purpose of the IAM has always been to respond to workers’ needs and concerns. The IAM has a history of establishing and promoting community initiatives that improve the lives of workers and their families.

Every year, the IAM Retirees and Membership Assistance Department conducts several Employee Assistance Programs (EAP). This past December, about 30 IAM members gathered at the William W. Winpisinger Education Technology Center in Hollywood, Md, to train in EAP IV, the final part of the program.

The IAM Employee Assistance Program’s objective is to assist workers and their families through prevention, intervention, assessment, directed care, and follow-up services for problems that adversely impact workers’ lives. The IAM Member and Employee Assistance Program is a free and confidential service.

IAM Local 289 member Matt Hanson gives a video report about how important this program is for the membership.

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