A Night At The Wimpys

Winning a Wimpy is a good thing. The IAM recognized excellence in labor communications at its Communications Conference (CommCon) in Nevada. The ceremony took place June 6 in front of communicators from across North America, who learned it is okay … Read more

General Electric Negotiations

The Coordinated Bargaining Committee begins negotiations with General Electric in Cincinnati, Ohio. The post General Electric Negotiations appeared first on IAMAW .

Why Unions Matter: One Father’s Story

IAM Local 531C member and father Michael Voirin talks about why his coworkers are fighting for union representation at Boeing in North Charleston, SC. The post Why Unions Matter: One Father’s Story appeared first on IAMAW .

IAM Women of Steel

Long before the war you wouldn’t dare see a woman working in the production areas of a steel plant. But today it looks different. At AK Steel in Middletown, Ohio you will not find a step in process of steel … Read more

A Family Affair

For generations of families here in Maine, lobstering has been their lifeline. For the Smith family it’s not only how they earn a living but a way of life. The post A Family Affair appeared first on IAMAW .

A Progressive Political Push for Labor

Key members in the newly Democratic controlled House of Representatives say the powerful political body is unapologetic about its support for organized labor. The post A Progressive Political Push for Labor appeared first on IAMAW .

IAM Launches Addiction Services Program

Vincent “Vinny” Ceraso was recently appointed as Assistant Director of the IAM Employee Assistance Program and will be in charge of IAM Addiction Services. The program was created to help assist members and their families across the IAM struggling with … Read more