The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 570 has been providing quality service for over 100 years, supplying highly trained personnel to install electric equipment-always with safety first in mind. If you are new to the Electrical Industry or you have previous experience and would like more information about how to become part of IBEW Local Union 570, as a member or as a contractor, contact us at (520) 622-6745. We will be glad to help.
If you’ve ever had a problem at work, you’ll understand why unions exist.
If you don’t have problems at work, it’s because unions exist.
Others have fought to ensure that we have many of the things we take for granted in our working life today. But there’s no guarantee those things will be there forever if we don’t have the strength to keep them.
Nearly every business or person in this country belongs to some type of organization in which they band together for their own good. Have you ever heard of the Chamber of Commerce? How about NAM (National Association of Manufacturers), or the State Bar Association for lawyers? Does AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) ring a bell?
Shouldn’t electrical craftspeople have the same opportunity to band together for the improvement of their lives and their trade?
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) is made up of working people-- just like you-- who want to improve their working conditions and have a role in maintaining a good standard of living for themselves, their families, and their communities.
If you’re not a member, join.
If you are a member, get involved.
And let’s do it better together.
The IBEW welcomes everyone who brings to the table a professional attitude, a good work ethic, and a desire to be a professional electrical craftsperson, regardless of race, age, creed, or gender.
We believe that everybody, regardless of their differences, has a right to come to a workplace, every day, that is free from harassment and discrimination, to perform their work, and then to go home and enjoy the fruits of their labor.
THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS
What are your dreams and goals for your life? For your family?
Most middle-class, working families share common goals like financial stability, fairness, respect, and a safe environment in which to live and raise their children.
IBEW electricians have banded together to help each other accomplish these goals and more. When you join the IBEW, you become a part of an organization that exists to help you provide a better life for yourself and those you love. Life can throw us many curves, but by standing up for the things we believe in and acting together, we all get closer to achieving our dreams.
Listed here are just a few of the benefits unions have fought for and won that set the standard for all working Americans:
8-hour day Health Insurance/Disability
Overtime pay Pensions
Job Security Safer working conditions
Higher Wages Social Security
Respect and fairness are intangible issues that are not easily obtained, but IBEW workers enjoy these benefits because they are recognized as top trade professionals wherever they go.