Month: August 2019

NLRB Regional Office Agrees Boeing Unjustly Fired IAM Members at South Carolina Facility

The IAM scored a major win in its complaint that Boeing Co. unjustly fired workers at its North Charleston, S.C. campus for support of the union. A National Labor Relations Board regional director recently concluded there’s merit to the IAM’s charges that Boeing South Carolina officials violated federal labor law when they fired the workers […]

A Deserving Contract for Cape Members

More than 300 employees from Local 2061 who work for PAE, Inc. will enjoy the hard-earned fruits of their labor over the next three years. The IAM’s Southern Territory, working in conjunction with the Aerospace Territory, was able to bring home a strong machinist contract that provides for workers and their families, while creating a […]

Unjustly Fired Machinists Union Members Win Critical Legal Battle at Boeing South Carolina

Contact: Jonathan Battaglia, IAM 202-579-3212 jbattaglia@iamaw.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WASHINGTON, Aug. 19, 2019 – Five instances of company discipline and unjust terminations of IAM members at Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner manufacturing facility in North Charleston, S.C. have been found to be acts of unlawful retaliation against employees for their support of the union, a regional director […]

IAM Midwest Territory Undergoes First Aid Training in Mental Health

IAM Midwest Territory and Minnesota IAM District 77 staff undergo Mental Health First Aid training to better identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders in the workplace. Members of the IAM Midwest Territory staff were recently certified in Mental Health First Aid as General Vice President Steve Galloway prepares […]