Updates and Announcements
IUE-CWA President Carl Kennebrew recently returned from a tour of unionized wind energy plants in Europe, a trip that has helped bolster the campaign to bring GE wind jobs home to the United States.
As General Electric made national headlines this week unveiling the names and logo colors of the three companies it is splitting itself into, the president of IUE-CWA, the largest union representing GE workers, slammed the company for going in the wrong direction.
General Electric workers from across the country made their voices heard recently at the first annual GE stakeholders meeting. As part of the national Coalition for Sustainable and Secure Energy and Aviation Manufacturing, GE workers stood with leaders from Congress, the U.S. military, environmental advocacy groups, national labor unions, and economic experts.
VIDEO: NATIONAL COALITION AT GE STAKEHOLDER MEETING – GE MUST ABANDON FAILED STRATEGY AND REINVEST IN AMERICAN MANUFACTURING
Today, the first General Electric Annual Stakeholders Meeting was held by the national Coalition for Sustainable and Secure Energy and Aviation Manufacturing.
GE WORKERS UNION PRESSES CHARGES WITH NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD AS HEALTHCARE CUTS HURT WORKERS’ FAMILIES ACROSS THE COUNTRY
Today, IUE-CWA, a leading national union for General Electric (GE) workers, announced that it recently filed an Unfair Labor Practice (ULP) charge with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) against GE for unilaterally cutting off healthcare for GE workers’ spouses and dependents.
PHOTOS: OHIO GE WORKERS COLUMBUS PROTEST AT SEN. PORTMAN OFFICE TO STOP JOB CUTS, DELIVER PETITION URGING ACTION TO PREVENT OUTSOURCING OHIO JOBS TO CHINA
Today, dozens of Ohio General Electric workers protested job cuts recently announced that impact nearly 200 local workers in the Central Ohio region.