Month: June 2018

Machinists Taking a Stand for Freedom at Boeing South Carolina

New Machinists Union members at Boeing South Carolina are standing strong despite the company’s attempt to silence their voice. The Boeing Co. on Tuesday issued an appeal with the NLRB challenging the decision of Boeing Flightline Workers in North Charleston to join the IAM. The Flightline workers voted nearly two-to-one for the IAM. IAM International …

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El plazo de inscripción para Entrenar-al-Entrenador pronto se acerca

La fecha límite para el programa de Entrenar-al-Entrenador pronto se acerca el viernes 13 de julio. Esta es la oportunidad perfecta para los hermanos y hermanas que han completado el Liderazgo Avanzado para promover su educación y conocimiento. El programa de Entrenar-al-Entrenador es el último de la serie de clases de liderazgo ofrecidas en el …

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Deadline Fast Approaching for Spanish Train-the-Trainer Program

The Friday July 13 deadline for the Spanish Train-the-Trainer program is fast approaching. This is the perfect opportunity for the brothers and sisters who have completed Advanced Leadership to further their education and knowledge. The Train-the-Trainer program is the final in the series of Leadership classes offered at the William W. Winpisinger Center Education and …

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Machinists React to Supreme Court’s Anti-Worker Janus Decision

A statement from International President Robert Martinez Jr.: “The Janus decision is just the latest tactic of corporations and wealthy donors who want to take away our freedom at work. The radical right will never defeat a wave of working people joining together for a better life. Union membership is growing and we will continue …

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Machinists Call Out Harley’s Outsourcing Blame Game

Harley-Davidson is blaming newly-imposed European Union tariffs on U.S.-made motorcycles for the company’s most recent plans to offshore production. Harley-Davidson already has plants in Brazil and India, and plans to open another this year in Thailand. “Harley workers are left wondering if Harley is still committed to manufacturing in America,” said IAM International President Bob …

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