Dates Announced for Membership Vote on 2020 IAM Presidential Endorsement
IAM members will have the opportunity to vote for the union’s 2020 presidential endorsement through an independent online ballot.
The endorsement election will take place from Wednesday, March 4 at 8 a.m. ET until Friday, March 6 at 8 a.m. ET.
At that time, each registered member in good standing will be emailed an online ballot and can choose a candidate on either the Republican or Democratic ticket.
Please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your contact/safe sender list to ensure you receive your online ballot. The subject of the email will be “Vote Now: IAM 2020 U.S. Presidential Endorsement Election.”
If you haven’t registered for the IAM’s endorsement election, please do so as soon as possible at iam2020.org.
The registration period for the membership vote will close on Wednesday, Feb. 26 at 11:59 p.m. ET.
Don’t miss this opportunity to help choose who the IAM should endorse for President of the United States.
Register today and learn more about the IAM’s U.S. presidential endorsement process at iam2020.org.
2020 is an election year and will be a big fight for labor. Are you registered? Are you ready? Get informed and go vote this November. Your vote could change the world.
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Click here to sign up at iam2020.org
Know your Colorado legislators!
- Jared Polis (D)
- Michael Bennett (D)
- Cory Gardner (R)
- Dianna DeGette (D) 1st District, Denver
- Joe Neguse (D) 2nd District, Boulder
- Scott Tipton (R) 3rd District, Cortez
- Ken Buck (R) 4th District, Greeley
- Doug Lamborn (R) 5th District, Colorado Springs
- Jason Crow (D) 6th District, Aurora
- Ed Perlmutter (D) 7th District, Lakewood
Rocky Mountain Aircraft Lodge
IAMAW Local 1886
Working together, we can help end hunger in our local area. Please donate any non-perishable items. All food collected will be split between our members in need and The Food Bank of the Rockies.
Collection points: Grievance Committee Office or Local Lodge 1886.
Items that you can donate (anything will help):
- Canned vegetables, soups, meats, pasta sauce
- Boxed meals, snacks, pasta, beans, rice
- Peanut butter, jelly, jams
- Non-perishable items
- Juice packs, condiments, dry goods, juices, ramen
Questions or assistance, please reach out to
John Martinez – 720.988.6489
Tony Rodriguez – 303.525.3334
Rita Malleck – 720.313.0275
Article 4, paragraph 9.a. of your PCE contract states:
“Mandatory overtime is overtime that an employee is assigned and required to work involuntarily, and will only be required in operational emergencies when sufficient voluntary overtime cannot be secured to maintain the Company’s operation. Mandatory overtime will be limited to the number of employees and hours required to cover the emergency as determined by local management.”
Paragraph 9.b. states:
“Mandatory overtime may not exceed 4 hours past an employee’s scheduled shift in any 24-hour period. Employees will not be required to work mandatory overtime until the opportunity to work the additional hours has been offered to all qualified employees who are currently at work, and if there are an insufficient number of volunteers, then to otherwise eligible employees who names remain on the overtime call sign up list.”
A reminder to all our union brothers and sisters:
Your Union committee members and shop stewards are here to help and are your first point of contact when confronting an issue with a co-worker(s) or management. Please first reach out to them with any questions and/or concerns. Do not throw your co-workers “under the bus.” Additionally, if you are involved in an investigation, tell the truth and make it short, factual, and don’t volunteer any information.
You will find your Committee member’s phone numbers for your airline under the “Grievance Committee” tab on this website.