International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

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International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers is listed in the Electricians category in Union, New Jersey. Displayed below are the social networks for International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 86.

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers offers Electrician services in Union NJ.

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RT @BobbyHenon: Good news: spoke w/ Building Trades which will restore headstones & IBEW will pay for/install security cameras @ Mt. Carmel…


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Right-to-work isn't about freedom. It's about hurting the one thing that fights for working families.
The monthly newspaper of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, representing 750,000 workers throughout the United States and Canada. Breaking news and analysis from the largest electrical workers union in North America.


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Texas GOP wants to make it hard for union members to pay their dues ow.ly/v3rH309kaIG

Trump's Labor Secretary pick Andy Puzder went down after working families brought the pressure on Congress. Here's what's next.
On Feb. 16, Donald Trump nominated lawyer Alexander Acosta to replace failed labor secretary nominee Andrew Puzder, who was forced to withdraw his name from consideration less than 24 hours earlier.


Record snow turns out Calif. lights; #IBEW turns them ack on ow.ly/4Iyv309fNKE

We know our bridges and roads are in bad shape. But here's an infrastructure project even more pressing.
America’s energy infrastructure was on Capitol Hill’s agenda last week, and the IBEW was there to provide some expertise.

Neither wind, nor rain, nor snow ...
With winter comes snowstorms, and with normal snowstorms come power outages and emergency work for the tens of thousands of IBEW lineworkers. Even a few inches of snow and ice can knock out power for hundreds of thousands of people.

It was no contest. http://bit.ly/2kwS24x
The monthly newspaper of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, representing 750,000 workers throughout the United States and Canada. Breaking news and analysis from the largest electrical workers union in North America.