The IUPAT Rapid Action Network (IUPAT RAN) is the IUPAT’s latest effort to keep you up on the latest issues that matter most.
Through our use of extended advanced communications, we’re reaching our members more directly through tech-savvy tools like texting, mobile-friendly member portals, Hustle, and more. That means members are aware of the actions they can take to help us get things done in real-time, crucial to many campaigns. The IUPAT RAN is our activation tool around urgent, time-sensitive issues, ...Continue Reading →
“ District Council 91 have been working with legal counsel on the rapidly changing Legislation and work-site conditions surrounding COVID-19 (Corona Virus). It is important that we provide accurate, timely information to everyone during this time. Please review your States “Frequently Asked questions” (FAQ’s) on our DC91 web page (please see link) sheet that explains new Legislation and how it affects our members. If you are a member not working due to Covid-19 please contact your Local Representative for assistance. ...Continue Reading →
One of the largest and most politically active building trade unions in North America has issued a clarion call for U.S. Congressional action to support workers who have been impacted by COVID-19.
The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades (IUPAT) represents construction workers in fifty U.S. states and in every Canadian province. Today, the union has issued a four stage response platform, titled as the “IUPAT BOLD ACTION PLATFORM FOR WORKING FAMILIES” which the union says is essential to protecting the economy and working ...Continue Reading →
Tennessee Valley Authority Labor Management Conference. Themed as “Partners in Safety, Service and Respectful Workplace”. TVA covers Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. This year IUPAT DC 91 LU 456 member Mary Jo Parker is recognized as the TVA Apprentice of the year. Congratulations Mary Jo!Continue Reading →
Union apprenticeships are in danger, and we need your help. We must ensure that the Trump Administration does not include the construction industry in a proposed business-backed, unaccountable Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs (IRAPs).
Please help us amplify this issue by submitting comments using http://www.saveiupatapprenticeships.org/#/18/ and sharing this with your friends and ...Continue Reading →