Local 1612 Members in Region 9 Strike Bridon American

On June 27, at 3:25 p.m., 175 members of UAW Local 1612, Region 9, went on an unfair labor practices strike at Bridon American. UAW members have been bargaining for a fair contract with Bridon for months. Unfortunately, Bridon American management has been unwilling to negotiate a fair offer on issues like health care and

UAW endorses candidates in statewide races in Pennsylvania

UAW Regions 8 and 9 today released the names of candidates endorsed by the regions for the general election in November, citing the candidates’ support for UAW members and the needs of all working families in Pennsylvania. “These candidates for public office represent the voice of workers,” said UAW Region 9 Director Terry Dittes, whose

Why It Gets Quiet Once Negotiations Start

After the bargaining committee is elected, has collected member priorities, and received training, the next step is to head to the table to begin bargaining. For members, this can be one of the most frustrating parts of bargaining because most bargaining committees do not provide reports to membership during this time.   This information “blackout” can

10 Jobs You Didn’t Know Were Performed by UAW Members

Everybody knows that UAW members build cars, but here are 10 things we bet you didn’t know that UAW members do! 1. UAW members help people build their credit UAW members from Region 1 are Financial Advisers at Financial Fitness Centre in Windsor, Ontario in Canada. 2. We drive your kids back and forth from

Members in two UAW regions join to support Gov. Cuomo and progressive New York statewide candidates in November election

NEW YORK – Workers from UAW Regions 9 and 9A are pleased to jointly announce the endorsement of the following statewide candidates for the November general election for New York governor, lieutenant governor, comptroller and attorney general. The endorsements include: Governor: Andrew Cuomo Lt. Governor: Kathy Hochul Comptroller: Thomas Dinapoli Attorney General: Eric Schneiderman Together,

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