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 South Road
Farmington, CT 06032-2560
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

256 West 38th Street, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10018
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:

UAW Navistar Members Ratify Significant Contract Bring End to Tiered Wages

UAW Navistar members have voted to ratify a new six-year contract. The UAW negotiating team secured significant economic and benefit improvements including the elimination of all tiered wages, profit sharing, pension plan improvements, and a “no closing agreement” which includes language to retain the contract if the company is sold or merged. The agreement covers

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UAW New School Academic Workers Reach Historic Agreement

New York City– Tuesday evening, a tentative agreement was reached between Student Employees of the New School (SENS) UAW and The New School on behalf of 700 Academic Student Workers. After fifteen months of bargaining, SENS UAW agreed to unanimously recommend this agreement to their membership in the following statement.  (https://www.facebook.com/SENSUAW/) Highlights of the tentative

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2,000 Columbia University Postdocs Vote to Unionize with UAW

Historic Vote Marks First Union of Postdocs at a Private University Adds to Huge Wave of Academic Workers Choosing UAW   Columbia University postdoctoral researchers announced Thursday that they’ve voted overwhelmingly to choose Columbia Postdoctoral Workers-UAW (CPW-UAW) as their union. In a National Labor Relations Board election held Oct. 2 and 3, the vote to unionize with the

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Columbia University Postdocs form union with UAW, petition NLRB for election; first private university postdoc effort expands growing academic union movement

NEW YORK CITY — A majority of the 2,000 postdoctoral researchers at Columbia University have formed a union and today filed a petition initiating the certification process with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). “After hundreds of conversations, meetings and town halls across the university over the last year, we are excited to take this

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Harvard Filing Day

Harvard Student Workers Win Their Union, Join UAW

Successful vote is latest victory in growing grad worker union movement “We have been organizing for a long time,” said Niharika Singh, a Ph.D. student in Public Policy and a Teaching Fellow. “Winning our union today means we can finally start to make improvements to our working conditions. Our next step will be to democratically

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