Aerospace Machinist

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Aerospace Machinist
Aerospace Machinist is listed in the Professional Organizations category in Seattle, Washington. Displayed below are the social networks for Aerospace Machinist which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Aerospace Machinist on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

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9125 15th Pl S
Seattle, WA 98108
(206) 764-0300

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RT @MachinistsUnion: A tremendous accomplishment for thousands of our members. @IAM751 #AvGeek twitter.com/united/status/…


Thanks to all the riders and volunteers who turned out for the Puppy Putt on Saturday, July 15 to benefit Guide... fb.me/yONfwKw4

“Despite Boeing’s promises, it’s clear that job security is something they don’t feel their so-called ‘teammates’ deserve.”
“This isn't about competitiveness, it's about more money for shareholders and executives.”


Federal Way ramp. Machinists volunteers get two ramps done today in less than 4 hours.


Lakewood Ramp complete and the Machinist Volunteers are on to the next one in Federal Way.


IAM International President Bob Martinez, General Vice Presidents Gary Allen and Mark Blondin address the... fb.me/6yNBZGMRf

https://www.goiam.org/news/nffe-iam-passport-workers-receive-110k-back-pay/
In a settlement that illustrates the value of union membership, NFFE-IAM Local FL 1998 members have reason to celebrate. Following the local’s aggressively negotiated grievance settlement with the U.S. Passport Agency, members will receive back pay totaling approximately $110,000. The local filed a…

Companies with the biggest tax subsidies over the eight years, the institute’s report said, included: ■ AT&T ($38.1 billion) ■ Wells Fargo ($31.4 billion) ■ JPMorgan Chase ($22.2 billion) ■ Verizon ($21.1 billion) ■ IBM ($17.8 billion) ■ General Electric ($15.4 billion) ■ Exxon Mobil ($12.9 billion) ■ Boeing ($11.9 billion) ■ Procter & Gamble ($8.5 billion) ■ Twenty-First Century Fox ($7.6 billion) ■ Time Warner ($6.7 billion) ■ Goldman Sachs ($5.5 billion) Tax reformers have long argued that the nominal 35 percent federal rate on corporate profits more often than not functions like a strike-through price — an artificially inflated number that sounds high but rarely applies. Thanks to a variety of loopholes and tax-dodging methods, those 258 corporations paid an average rate of 21.2 percent. (Other studies, including a new one by the Congressional Budget Office that compares corporate income tax rates in various countries, have found that average and effective rates in the United States are lower than the nominal rate.) https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/09/business/economy/corporate-tax-report.html?ref=economy&_r=3
A report says 18 top American companies had a net tax bill of less than zero over eight years, and 100 paid no taxes in at least one of those years.

the members will see as much as a 25 percent pay increase over their current wage rate, plus a difference of 75 cents more per hour for health and welfare. They now also have an IAM pension. General Vice President Philip J. Gruber. “The decision to take control of your future, your pay, benefits and workplace standards by joining a union is one of the most powerful and best decisions you could ever make for yourself and your family. https://www.goiam.org/news/territories/midwest/ammunition-supply-workers-mechanics-wisconsin-accent-controls-vote-join-iam/
The IAM Midwest Territory welcomes employees of Accent Controls in Fort McCoy, WI, the latest group to vote “IAM Yes” in an organizing campaign to bring workers better pay and benefits on the job. The 37 new ammunition supply workers and mechanics voted to join the IAM on February 15. They ratified…