UAW Region 9A

Region 9A covers eastern New York (including the New York City metropolitan area, the Hudson Valley and the Capital District area), Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine and Puerto Rico.

Region 9A is a diverse region representing a variety of workers, including child care providers, graduate employees and human service workers.
Members work as designers, draftsmen, technical writers, electronics technicians and administrative workers in southeastern Connecticut’s Electric Boat Corporation and General Dynamics, as well as computer operators and schedulers at Computer Science Corporation in Norwich.

Director Profile – Beverley Brakeman
Region 9A Website

Headquarters:

111 Founders Plaza, Suite 1703
East Hartford, CT 06108
TEL: (860) 674-0143
FAX: (860) 674-1164

Sub Regional Offices:

Union Internacional, UAW Region 9A, 3100 Carr. 190, Ste. 201,
Carolina, Puerto Rico 00984
TEL: (787) 776-6060
FAX: (787) 776-6091

350 West 31st Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10001
TEL: (212) 529-2580
FAX: (212) 529-1986

960 Turnpike St., Ste. 2D
Canton, MA 02021
TEL: (781) 821-3037
FAX: (781) 821-3039

Region News:

Fighting for App-Based Worker Rights

The fight to ensure that app-based workers (“gig workers”) at internet-based companies like Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, Instacart, etc. are considered employees, and not independent workers, is vitally important to the changing needs of today’s workforce, and one that UAW Region 9A has been proud to take part of in New York, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. With

Workers at Cultural Institutions – Breaking New Ground

 UAW Local 2110 based in New York City is breaking new ground organizing workers at cultural institutions across the Region. Like all workers, we are fighting for fair wages, benefits, work and life balance and respect at work. To date, workers at these Institutions have voted overwhelmingly to join our union.  The New Museum of

Manufacturing Round Table

In 2018, Director Brakeman established a Manufacturing Round Table allowing the opportunity for local presidents and their appointees to share ideal for taking on manufacturing challenges throughout the region. Recent US supply chain disruptions have taught us of the critical need to expand our manufacturing base by reducing our dependence on foreign suppliers. The shared

Harvard Academic Workers Win Historic First Contract

The victory for Harvard’s academic workers came after an often-contentious two-year battle with the university. One-Year Agreement Passes With 97% Approval It’s been a year of unparalleled uncertainty in higher education. Perhaps no one knows this more than members of the Harvard Graduate Students Union-UAW (HGSUUAW), who went on strike for four weeks in December

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

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