A recent PBS NewsHour Weekend video story highlights the IAM’s effort to bring respect on the job to Boeing workers in North Charleston, SC. Support for IAM representation, like workers have at Boeing facilities in Washington State, is growing at North Charleston’s 787 production plant. PBS points out one reason why—the drastic pay difference between […]
IAM Local 105 Members along with Glass Molders and Pottery Workers Local 59 Members picket the entrance of the Libbey Glass Toledo plant. More than 100 members of IAM Local 105 in Toledo, OH went on strike at midnight Thursday after overwhelmingly rejecting the “last, best and final offer” (LBFO) from Libbey Glass. The District […]
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has issued a complaint alleging Wisconsin metal fabrication company, Metalcraft, is responsible for paying IAM Local 2053 of Iron Ridge, WI, more than $100,000 in back dues –and counting. The NLRB recently charged that Metalcraft broke federal law by canceling IAM Local 2053 members’ voluntary dues “checkoff” – the […]
Southern Territory General Vice President Mark Blondin speaks to Local 250 members on the strike line outside Tinker AFB in Oklahoma City. Twelve weeks. That’s how long more than 200 brave men and women who work for Alutiiq, LLC have been on strike. They’re fighting for their livelihoods. Their employer wants to slash their health […]
Tammy Duckworth, who is currently serving in the House of Representatives and is running for U.S. Senate, has stood with the IAM and working people. She is adamantly against the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and has consistently fought for training and apprenticeship programs. She respects what unions do for American workers.