Brian D \'Arcy IBEW Offers Training Courses to Help Members Build a Greener Tomorrow There are employees and workers who don \'t get the salary and benefits that they deserve. IBEW Local 18 helps its members get fair treatment and provides opportunities for improvement and better jobs. Los Angeles (I- Newswire) June 20, 2012 - Many people are hesitant about joining unions or have no idea just how unions can help them. Being a union member ensures fair treatment from employers. Among other advantages, being part of a union also provides members opportunities to learn and enhance skills for better job prospects and to achieve a sense of fulfillment. Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, IBEW Local 18 is an affiliate of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and is managed by Brian D \'Arcy. The members comprising the group, however, are not limited to electrical workers. The IBEW Local 18 members come from different professional backgrounds including utility workers, electrical workers, clerical workers, engineers, custodians and tree trimmers. IBEW Local 18 members come from areas in Nevada to California to the Oregon border. The parent organization, IBEW, has offices around the country and in Canada. Its international headquarters is in Washington, D.C. Together, IBEW Local 18 members maintain the continuous supply of electricity and water to households and businesses in cities 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The members repair power lines, test for equipment malfunction, operate electrical stations, replace water lines, keep drinking water safe from contamination, and design systems for present and future generations to enjoy, among others. The IBEW Local 18 has served members since 1893 and has advocated for fair wages and good benefits for them. Brian D \'Arcy Los Angeles IBEW Local 18 aims, among others, to \"put people back to work. \" Brian D \'Arcy Union has a \"Utility Pre- Craft Training Program, \" which provides training relating to green energy and energy efficiency. The program helps people acquire skills in the field of green energy and energy efficiency, including installation jobs and making homes more energy efficient, to ensure job availability. Having these skills can open doors and help people find good jobs. The union helps people to be successful in their lines of work. According to program trainees, IBEW Local 18 is a \"good, \" \"structured, \" and \"united \" organization. Visit IBEWLocal18.org to know more about the organization and Brian D \'Arcy IBEW - Union Jobs.
Additional Resources About IBEW Local 18: Local 18 is a Los Angeles affiliate of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) headed by Brian D \'Arcy. Although the name says \"electrical workers, \" the union \'s members come from hundreds of different job classifications. Today Local 18 represents over 8,000 employees working for 5 public sector employers. While most of the members are utility workers of one craft or another, they are also electrical workers, clerical, engineers, custodians, and tree trimmers, stretching from Boulder City, Nevada to Long Beach to the Oregon border. Company Contact Information: IBEW Local 18 Media Relations 4189 W. 2nd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90004 Published in: Politics Tags: los angeles politics union jobs IBEW Local 18 Published on: June 20, 2012 Original Source: Brian D \'Arcy IBEW Offers Training Courses to Help Members Build a Greener Tomorrow
Published on Jun 20, 2012
There are employees and workers who don \'t get the salary and benefits that they deserve. IBEW Local 18 helps its members get fair treatmen...