New Jersey Co-Gen Workers Say Yes to IBEW,
No to Efforts to Divide Them


Nine months after a nail-biting, one-vote organizing victory, workers at New Jersey’s Linden co-generation plant beat the odds, voting 32-5 in November to approve their first contract.

Attacks on Michigan’s Construction Workers Continue


Anti-union activists in the Great Lake State moved one step closer to repealing the law that guarantees construction workers a solid, livable wage.

Organizer Spotlights Workers’ Rights in Run for Arkansas Statehouse


An IBEW local organizer is running for an Arkansas House seat with the ambitious goal of overturning the state’s anti-union right-to-work law.

Everything about the Electrical Industry is Changing


Energy generation and power distribution – an $880 billion a year business -- has changed more in the last 20 years than in the preceding 100, and that change is likely to accelerate in the coming years.

IBEW: Partnership for Success


Residential construction is booming in Seattle, but the IBEW was not part of it. See how the IBEW forged a successful partnership with a residential contractor that created good union jobs and helped this contractor thrive.