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International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

Do you want to improve conditions in your current job? Looking for fair pay, decent benefits, an opportunity to grow? On-the-job respect?

As a union of 750,000 members, the IBEW is the largest organization of electrical workers in North America. Our members work in nearly every part of the economy: construction, utilities, telecommunications, broadcasting, manufacturing, railroad and government.

We know that there’s strength in numbers and have a proven path to help get results. By securing good wages, solid benefits and safer job sites, our union helps build a better road to the middle class for all working families.



The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) has created UnifyComcast.com to communicate with Comcast employees, answer any questions you may have about unions and forming one in your workplace.  Why was this website created? This website was created because the IBEW became aware that some employees wanted information about unions and how they could have one at Comcast Cable. It is purely for informational purposes so employees have a place to get the information they were seeking and make an informed decision about whether or not they’d like to join together with coworkers and bargain collectively with Comcast Cable for a written collective bargaining agreement.

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What Management Cannot Do During the Course of an Organizing Drive You may find that the employer or others in management may try to influence your legally protected right to join the Union through fear, coercion, and intimidation. Under Federal Law, they are prohibited from interfering with your right to select a union as your "collective bargaining representative.
We know what it’s like to have a voice in the workplace.  We know what it’s like to earn a decent wage and good benefits.  And we know what happens when we stick together to fight corporate greed.  So why wouldn’t we want to share that with our families and friends?  It’s time to do just that – it’s time to organize.
Your Right to Form a Union Not represented by a union, but want to be? If a majority of workers wants to form a union, they can select a union in one of two ways: If at least 30% of workers sign cards or a petition saying they want a union, the NLRB will conduct an election. If a majority of those who vote choose the union, the NLRB will certify the union as your representative for collective bargaining. An election is not the only way a union can become your representative. Your employer may voluntarily recognize a union based on evidence - typically signed union-authorization cards - that a majority of employees want it to represent them. Once a union has been certified or recognized, the employer is required to bargain over your terms and conditions of employment with your union representative. Special rules apply in the construction industry.
There are many reasons to join a union. Job Security, respect, and appropriate wage and benefits are at the top of the list, but there are some other tell-tale signs that spell out the need for a union.   1) If your job or pay has stagnated despite the company posting huge profits... You need a Union.
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) has created UnifyComcast.com to communicate with Comcast employees, answer any questions you may have about unions and forming one in your workplace. Why was this website created? This website was created because the IBEW became aware that some employees wanted information about unions and how they could have one at Comcast Cable. It is purely for informational purposes so employees have a place to get the information they were seeking and make an informed decision about whether or not they’d like to join together with coworkers and bargain collectively with Comcast Cable for a written collective bargaining agreement.
Five reasons to say Union Yes: Money – Generally speaking, union jobs pay significantly more than non-union jobs.  From top to bottom, industry to industry, region to region, union members earn more.



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IBEW local 2325
367 Burncoat St
Worcester, MA 01606
 

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