Nominations in accordance with Article 9: Section one, "Nominations for all elective officers and commitees of this Local shall be open from March 15th, to April 25th. Any member desiring to be a candidate fro any office in the Local shall secure from the Secretary, Administrative Assistants, or President a printed form which he/she shall properly fill out designating the office to whichhe/she aspires and containing thereon the signatures of ten (10) members in good standing."
This must be turned into the office or mailbox by April 25th.
Hall Office Hours are as follows:
Monday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday 7:00 AM - 5:00PM
Wednesday 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
President - Business Agent
Secretary - Treasurer
Sergeant at Arms (2)
Plant 2, 3 , 4
I/E - Utility
Plant 5 & 26
Articl 7; Section 10 - Eligibility for Salaried Offices. A memebr to be eligible for candidacy for salaried ofice in this Local, shall be a member of Local 30 presently or on a Union Leave of Absence and in good standing for a period of not less than one (1) year.
Section 9 - Terms of Ofice. (a) All electives officers, Executive Board members, and committees of this Local shall serve for a period of two (2) years form June 1 to June 1 of the third year, except trustees (3 years) and Balloting Committee (4 years).
The INTERNATIONAL LONGSHORE & WAREHOUSE UNION is a labor union. Labor unions in America are an important part of our democratic traditions. Many of the freedoms and rights we enjoy today are because of the labor movement.
Among labor unions in the United States, the ILWU is known as one of the most democratic, progressive and effective.
This is the story of a union. It concerns workers of all races and beliefs who came together with one single purpose: to achieve a better life for themselves and their families.
We operate the largest open-pit mine in California and process borates that are used around the world to make glass, preserve wood, fight fires, fertilize plants, and a host of other products.
This is the story of a union. It concerns workers of all races and beliefs who came together with one single purpose: to achieve a better life for themselves and their families. It is the story of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, known worldwide as the ILWU. The history of the ILWU, the record of its origins and traditions, is about workers who built a union that is democratic, militant and dedicated to the idea that solidarity with other workers and other unions is the key to achieving economic security and a peaceful world.
The origins of the ILWU lie in the longshore industry of the Pacific Coast – the work of loading and unloading ships’ cargoes. In the old days of clipper ships, sailings were frequently unscheduled and labor was often recruited at the last minute by shoreside criers calling: “Men along the shore!” – giving rise to the term “longshoremen.” The work was brutal, conditions unsafe, employment irregular, and the pay too low to support a family.
BORON – The Borax Visitors Center at Rio-Tinto Borates Boron Operations was the place to be on the afternoon of May 29. The Borax Visitors Center Grant Foundation presented grants to several non-profit organizations in...
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