Nearly 600 auto mechanics, parts persons and service support personnel of IAM Local 737/District 77 have ratified a tentative agreement with the St. Paul Auto Dealers Association in Minnesota. read more
IAMAW’s Mechanics Local 701 hosted the Automotive Service Technology competition at the 2016 SkillsUSA event in Springfield, Illinois. Members volunteered their time to help high school and vocational students. The SkillsUSA Championships are competitive events showcasing the best career and technical education students in the nation. Contests begin locally and continue through the state and […]
Canadian planemaker Bombardier, which employs over 4,000 IAM members, announced a deal with Delta Air Lines to sell up to 125 CSeries jets to the U.S. carrier, the largest order so far for Bombardier’s newest commercial jet lineup. read more
The negotiating committee for IAM Local 1529, along with District 15 staff, participated in the Negotiation Preparation for Bargaining Committees program at the William W. Winpisinger Center in Hollywood, MD.
On layoff? Looking for a change of scenery but still want a union job? The U.S Navy’s Fleet Readiness Centers (FRCs) are currently aggressively hiring in multiple trade areas at union sites in San Diego; Cherry Point, NC; Oceana, VA and Jacksonville, FL. You can be part of the team that delivers assured aviation maintenance […]
A Wisconsin judge has sided with the Machinists Union in a case challenging the state’s private sector “right-to-work” law. IAM District 10 in Milwaukee, the Wisconsin AFL-CIO and United Steelworkers District 2 in Menasha, WI argued the law was an unlawful seizure of property because it required private-sector unions to extend benefits to workers who […]
Just a few years ago, the idea of building a school to train automotive technician apprentices in an entirely union environment was almost unimaginable, but IAM Mechanic’s Local 701 in Carol Stream, IL has accomplished just that.
Unfair trade practices that allow cheap foreign steel to flood U.S. markets are having a devastating effect on U.S. workers in the steel industry, IAM Local 1943 President and Directing Business Representative Neil Douglas told officials at an International Trade Commission hearing in Washington, DC
From the low-wage bastions of the South to Uber drivers seeking a fair shake in New York City, the IAM is responding to the calls of thousands of working Americans who want, and deserve, a voice on the job. We’re shifting the IAM’s resources toward organizing efforts that will make their American Dream a reality, […]
IAM District 19 Employee Assistance Program Director Josh Hartford is joining two other Maine IAM members in running for a seat in the Maine State Legislature. Hartford is employed by Pan Am Railways and serves as the Local Chairman of IAM Local 409 in Belgrade, ME. read more