Updates and Announcements
GE Workers Rally with European Union Workers On May Day in Boston Area, Urging Long-Term Workforce Investment Amid Company Split
IUE-CWA GE Workers Celebrate New Union Contract, Securing 12% Pay Raise and Strong Protections for Union Rights and Workers Ahead of GE’s Aviation and Energy Business Spinoff in 2024
IUE-CWA Members at General Electric Ratify National Contract Extension, Securing 12% Pay Raise and Critical Protections Amidst GE Split
Today, the hardworking members of the IUE-CWA union who are employed at General Electric have ratified a two-year extension of their national labor contract with the company. Under this extension (read the details here), workers will gain a 12% general wage increase while keeping all of the valuable language, benefits, and protections of their current contract.
Newsweek: GE Under Bipartisan Fire from Senators for Sending U.S. Defense Jobs Abroad
The U.S. Senate is expected to vote on whether to advance the Pentagon’s annual funding bill, and a key requirement missing from this year’s $858 billion package is to ensure defense dollars are being spent on manufacturing done in the U.S.A.
Top GE Workers Union Responds to Energy Division HQ Move
IUE-CWA GE Workers have been pushing GE to reinvest in US manufacturing as it prepares to break up into three companies: GE Health Care…
CourierJournal: This Veterans Day, I’m asking General Electric to invest in America.
Every Nov. 11th, a million and a half veterans in America pause to remember. We remember the victories we experienced while we served, and the losses too, especially those we spend most of the time trying to forget. We remember the friends we made, and some of us, sadly, remember the friends we lost. But most of all, we remember why it is that we chose to serve our country.
Newsweek: This Veterans Day, General Electric Must Commit to Keeping Its Military Production in the U.S.
Last month, I was encouraged to see hundreds of General Electric workers from across the country take to the streets to demand the company stop offshoring their work and reinvest in U.S. manufacturing. Many of these workers are veterans, proud to have served their country overseas and to continue to support our military here at home, building and repairing the aviation equipment that keeps our troops and our nation safe.