NLRB Threatens Oregon Law Protecting Workers from Union-Bashing Captive Audience Meetings


The National Labor Relations Board is trying to kill a law unique to Oregon that prohibits employers from forcing workers to attend anti-union meetings, adding a state battle to its ferocious attacks on workers’ rights at the federal level.


NLRB Cracks Down on Union Symbols at Work


The National Labor Relations Board took another major step to eradicate the rights of working people with a recent controversial decision cracking down on workers wearing union insignia on the job.


Leveling the Playing Field: Pre-Apprenticeships Open Doors to the Middle Class


Any IBEW member knows a career in the trades can be incredibly rewarding. Whether it’s a debt-free education, a paycheck that provides a family with a solid middle-class life or the simple satisfaction of creating something with your own two hands, the opportunities available through the IBEW and other union trades are limitless.


PRO Act Clears House, Would Make Joining a Union Easier


An effort in Congress to make it easier for working people to join labor unions took a big step forward on Thursday when 224 members of the U.S. House of Representatives voted to approve the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act.


IBEW 2019 Canadian Women's Conference

#IBEW women are making their voices heard. Check out what went down at the 2019 IBEW Canadian women's conference.