Hundreds of TWU members came from near and far to attend the AFL-CIO’s 2016 Martin Luther King Jr. Civil and Human Rights Conference in Washington, D.C. last week. While learning how to be effective political advocates, members also came together to serve the community by packing more than 400 meals for seniors in need. Attendees even braved the cold to march proudly in the Southeast D.C. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade.
“Change the Rules, Be the Power was the theme of the conference and TWU captured the spirit of the events honoring Dr. King in our newest video. Don’t miss speakers like Cecile Richards, Bree Newsome, and Richard Trumka. Watch below or on TWU’s home page.
Local 208 President Andrew Jordan testified before the Ohio House of Representatives Transportation and Public Safety Committee hearing Wednesday on the potential impacts of driverless technology. He was joined by nearly 50 bus operators and mechanics, who donned masks reading “we will not be silenced,” and afterwards held a press conference and lobbied to discuss […]
Brothers and Sisters, The Executive Negotiating Committee met face to face with American Airlines this week in Washington, D.C. This session focused on Maintenance Control Technicians (MCT) and Maintenance Training Specialists (MTS) along with other Mechanic & Related and Stores language. Substantial progress was made in several non-economic articles. The constructive dialog and productive environment […]
We are pleased to announce the Transport Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO (TWU) has filed for a representational election with the National Mediation Board (NMB) on behalf of the JetBlue Airways Inflight Crewmembers. You are one step closer to your goal of uniting and establishing your voice in your workplace and protecting and advancing your […]