Court Puts Hammer to West Virginia Working Families, Gives Go-Ahead to Right-to-Work

 

The IBEW and working families in West Virginia suffered a setback on Sept. 15, when the state’s Supreme Court squashed an injunction that prohibited implementation of a right-to-work law and sent the case back to the circuit court level.

‘We’ll Be Here until They Don’t Need Us Anymore’
Members Aid Irma-Savaged Southeast

 

In Hurricane Irma’s wake, the largest power restoration force in U.S. history mobilized to repair and rebuild the Southeast, with line crews coming from as far away as Seattle, California and even parts of Canada to pitch in.

Tenn. Electrolux Workers Get First Contract, Join IBEW

 

Less than a year after one of the largest organizing victories in the South, the workers at the Memphis, Tenn., Electrolux plant overwhelmingly voted to accept a first contract.

Vancouver IBEW Beats Back Fake 'Union'

The Christian Labour Association of Canada claims the be a union. But it wasn't standing up for good wages and benefits for these Vancouver construction workers. So they turned to the IBEW.