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FLOC MEETING IN MIAMI WAS A SUCCESS!
Members of the TWU Future Leaders Organizing Committee (FLOC) met August 6-8 in Miami, the event was planned and hosted by TWU Local 568.
During the first day of the conference, the committee received a special visit from guest speaker Mrs. Se'Adoreia "CeeCee" Brown, President of AFSCME Local 199.
Six talented young leaders of our very own Local 568, represented us at The Future Leaders Organizing Committee Conference in DFW, from December 3rd to the 5th, Jarrod Gillen, Raul Perez, Eric Espaillat, Leonel Iglesias, Alvaro Morales and, Christian Morin met with other young leaders from different locals to discuss various topics affecting young workers and...
APPLY NOW FOR THE 2022 MICHAEL J. QUILL SCHOLARSHIP FUND.
Application deadline is April 25, 2022
You can find more details and the application at www.twu.org
The union has been honoring our founder with these scholarships since 1969. Quill Scholarship awards have benefited hundreds of TWU families.
TWU LOCAL 568's Political Committee.
A new Political Committee has been established, and a delegation of members from Local 568 was sent to meet with local legislators. This delegation was sent to lobby at the South Florida AFL-CIO legislative breakfast, where they met with local legislators and discussed several essential airport issues and challenges.
Critical weather approaching MIA?
Log on to the MIA Radar to stay updated and safe.
After some discussion with the company, we were able to release the login details for the MIA Lighting detection system for the benefit of the membership. Do not wait for the ramp to be closed to take cover; if you feel unsafe do not hesitate and look for shelter.
The origins of the holiday can be traced back to March 8, 1857, when garment workers in New York City staged a protest against inhumane working conditions and low wages, according to the United Nations. The police attacked the protesters and dispersed them, but the movement continued and led to the creation of the first women’s labor union.
Agreements in Principle
January 30, 2020,
After more than four years of bargaining, the TWU-IAM Association is proud to announce we have reached Agreements in Principle with American Airlines for five new joint collective bargaining agreements (JCBAs) worth $4.
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