IBEW LOCAL 105
“The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 105 is a premier construction trade union of Journeypersons and Apprentices working in the electrical industry.”
IBEW Local 105 has been in existence since 1900 and is proud to be the longest standing IBEW Local in Canada. Our history of excellence has established us as an integral part of our community. Our members are contributors and supporters of Hamilton and its surrounding areas, the communities in which we live and thrive.
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) is an organization made up of nearly one million men and women just like you - engaged in every type of employment. Their needs and goals are the same as yours; however, they have personal strength and human dignity that come from belonging to a world-respected labour organization which helps its members live better, freer, and fuller lives.
We will spend a good portion of our adult life working and, other than our health and family, our job should probably be the most important concern we have. We have the right to a degree of job satisfaction in our career and a right to a decent wage and working conditions. If those aren’t’ there, or if you would like to protect the wages and conditions you currently enjoy, it’s time to consider your options.
The IBEW has been a proud part of the Canadian labour movement for over 100 years. We have built our union on our commitment to organize and represent workers; our membership and longevity is proof of that commitment.The IBEW represents workers in many different industries such as Manufacturing, Telecommunications, Voice Data Video, Utilities, Construction, maintenance, Motor Shops, Sign Shops, CATV, Radio and Television, Sound and Alarm systems, Railroads, Shipyards, Pulp and Paper Mills, Mining, Health care and Government employees.
Joining the IBEW is a choice that will help you fulfill your needs in the workplace. Our union has the resources and trained staff to do the job of representing workers in negotiations, safety, grievances, arbitration, workers' compensation, labour legislation and all other areas of labour relations.
“Canadian workers, trade unions and employers recognize and support freedom of association and free collective bargaining.”
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