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IBEW Founders' Scholarship

 The IBEW Founders’ Scholarship honors the dedicated wiremen and linemen who founded the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Each year the officers of the IBEW are pleased to offer its working members scholarships on a competitive basis. It is hoped that the awards will not only contribute to the personal development of our members but also steward the electrical industry that our founders envisioned.
An application for the IBEW Founders’ Scholarship (Form 172) is available on the IBEW website

NACTEL to host virtual open house on January 14, 2014

Advance your Telecommunications knowledge in 2016 with NACTEL.

Pleas click on the link below for more information and registration details.


Congratulations to Triage employees

It gives us great pleasure to announce, the employees of Triage stood together yesterday and voted to be represented by the IBEW local 824. Thank you to all our FNFT's who have worked with these MDU technicians recently and shared words of encouragement and support for their right to organize. The election was the first step to reaching a fair and equitable contract for these workers. In an effort to find out the issues of importance for bargaining, we are scheduling meetings with these technicians to start putting together proposals. Please continue to support our newest group of organized workers as we begin the bargaining process.

National Survey of Working Women

 Sisters and Brothers:

 I hope to encourage all Sisters of the Florida Labor Movement and Working Women
from all sectors to take the survey.  The results will assist to guide specific
issues and policies of the AFL-CIO in the future.

It's been over five years since our federation asked working women about
their priorities and experiences. With the economy in slow recovery, a new
wave of attacks on collective bargaining, and a presidential election on
the horizon, working women's voices are now more important than ever.

The new National Survey of Working Women was developed under the guidance
of the AFL-CIO Executive Council Committee on Women Workers, key partners
and affiliates, and experts throughout the progressive movement. With this
tool, we hope to capture a multi-faceted picture of the lives of working
women across the country, both union and non-union.

The survey is available at<>.

We invite you, your members and your community partners to participate in
the survey. We cannot be successful without your help!
Place a link to the survey on your website, send out an email to your
women members asking them to take the survey, and promote it through
social media.  The final report will be released in time for Women's
History Month, March 2016.

Annual Enrollment 2016: October 13 - October 22, 2015

 Starting tomorrow, you can review or make changes to your benefits for 2016.

Please visit Benefitsconnection through About You or at before midnight Eastern time on October 22.

Annual Enrollment Checklist

  •  Add or remove dependent(s)
  •  Change your tobacco/non-tobacco user status
  •  Complete your online Health Assesment
  •  Change your medical and/or dental coverage
  •  Change your Health Care and/or Dependent Day Care Spending Account annual contribution
  •  Review and update your life and accidental death and dismemberment benefits for yourself and your eligible dependents
  •  Review and update your beneficiary information

IBEW Local 824 1st Annual Fishing Tournament

 Our 1st Fishing Tournament was a HUGE success!! I'd like to say thank you to everyone who helped out and participated. Together, we were able to raise 1,070.00 for the Amercan Heart Association. 

First place: Steve Robinson - 100.00
Second place: Alan Cameron - 75.00
Third place: Keith Laplant - 50.00

IBEW / Frontier Agreement reached

Brothers & Sisters,

Today we are pleased to announce that IBEW Local 824 and Frontier have signed an agreement that will benefit IBEW represented employees in Florida.  The agreement will extend the current- Core, Supply and National Buried Service Wire contracts through July 20,2019.

Some of the Highlights of the agreement include-

·      2 year extension of the current Collective Bargaining Agreement

·      The addition of 100 new jobs in Florida

·      Employee job security

·      Guaranteed wage increases in 2017 and 2018

The enire MOA can be viewed by clicking on the PDF below-

Labor Day is almost here!! General meeting will be on September 4th @ 7:30 p.m.

 An illustration of the first Labor Day parade, held on Sept. 5, 1882, in New York City. The holiday was organized by the Central Labor Union to exhibit "the strength and esprit de corps of the trade and labor organizations" of the community, and to host a festival for the workers and their families.

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