Being an effective servicing representative includes having swift access to Arbitration Department resources that will help you best serve UAW members and national departments.

With that in mind, we have launched this quarterly e-newsletter that includes valuable resources and current information and developments that will help you in delivering high quality servicing work.

The Arbitration Department can provide you with helpful tools to argue grievances in the lower stages of the procedure by identifying contract language and interpretation trends. The department also can track arbitrators who have a better sense of justice and fairness. This assistance can help increase your value as a resource for local union leadership.


We look forward to informing and educating through this e-newsletter, and we’d like to hear from you. If you have questions, comments or suggestions for future e-newsletter topics, please send them to [email protected].

Recent Newsletter Articles

U.S. Attorney Matthew Schneider and UAW President Rory Gamble Meet to Discuss Reform of the UAW

U.S. Attorney Matthew Schneider and UAW President Rory Gamble jointly announce that they had a productive and helpful first meeting to begin negotiations to further the cause of reform in the United Auto Workers union. U.S. Attorney Schneider welcomed the opportunity to sit down with the UAW’s President in order to work together toward improving

Harvard student workers vote to ratify first union contract One-year agreement includes victories on discrimination protections, healthcare, and childcare

CAMBRIDGE, MA — Student workers at Harvard University made history today, voting in favor of ratifying their first union contract. The one-year contract agreement with the university will improve pay and benefits for over 4,000 student workers, and guarantee health and safety protections in the midst of a pandemic. The contract strengthens protections for student