NLRB Moves to Undo Joint Employer Standard

 

The Republican-dominated National Labor Relations Board took a big step backward on Sept. 13 when it announced it was proposing a new rule on its joint employer standard, a decision that could negatively impact millions of working people, including some IBEW members.

 

IBEW Members Mobilize to Fix Florence’s Power Cuts

 

Even before Hurricane Florence made landfall last Friday, thousands of IBEW members from more than 17 states and parts of Canada had already been mobilized and were making their way toward the storm’s projected route, ready to repair damage the storm was expected to leave behind.

 

IBEW Congressman’s Report Makes Strong Case for Pro-Worker Reforms

 

A Folsom, N.J., Local 351 inside wireman and business agent before his 2014 election to Congress, Rep. Donald Norcross is more familiar than most U.S. House members with the roadblocks to economic security for tens of millions of American workers.

 

How Dangerous Could Supreme Court Nominee Kavanaugh be for Job Safety?

 

If Brett Kavanaugh, the president’s nominee for U.S. Supreme Court Justice, is confirmed, what will that mean for working people, particularly those in dangerous jobs?

 

IBEW Organizer Hits YouTube

 

This IBEW organizer is hitting YouTube to reach out to nonunion workers. And it's getting results.