IAM Transportation Conference 2019 Las Vegas

“This is exactly what Americans are sick and tired of. And it’s not just American Airlines. Companies make good profits in America, and then they shut down and move to some desperate developing country. “American Airlines is not a poor, struggling company,” Sanders continued. “Last year, it made a net profit of $1.4 billion. This […]

The competition is open to members of the IAM and their children throughout the United States and Canada under procedures and rules of eligibility explained in this announcement. The delegates of the 1960 IAM Grand Lodge Convention established the IAM Scholarship Fund, which is used exclusively to make possible these awards. LEARN MORE

LABOR SCHOLARSHIPS The competition is open to members of the IAM and their children throughout the United States and Canada under procedures and rules of eligibility explained in this announcement. The delegates of the 1960 IAM Grand Lodge Convention established the IAM Scholarship Fund, which is used exclusively to make possible these awards. LEARN MORE

Submit Your Entries for the IAM Photo Contest Calling all IAM members who enjoy taking photos. The 2019 IAM Photography contest is now open, so get out your cameras or smartphones and start snapping some pics.

Calling all IAM members who enjoy taking photos. The 2019 IAM Photography contest is now open, so get out your cameras or smartphones and start snapping some pics. Submit your pictures of IAM members in their workplace, union function or performing community service for a chance to win a cash prize have your photo featured […]

Video Timeline: Why IAM Flight Simulator Instructors are Fighting for Fairness

About 17 Machinists members from IAM District 70 in Kansas are walking the picket line in freezing weather. The civilian contractors, a bargaining unit of U.S. Air Force cockpit simulator instructors at FlightSafety Services in Wichita, were forced to go on strike after noticing an error in their contract, a costly mistake that must be […]

IAM Fighting to Keep Indiana Schneider Electric Facility Open

The Machinists Union is fighting to save more than 300 high-skilled, middle-class jobs and keep a Schneider Electric plant in Peru, Indiana open after the company recently announced plans to shut down the facility and move production to other locations, including Mexico. In a multi-level city, county and statewide push to create an economic plan […]