Local 598

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Please make sure your home and email address is correct at the local. This can be done in person or call the Union Hall at 810 238--4605. We want to ensure you receive pertinent information from the International Union regarding the upcoming IEB future voting process.
Your voice and your vote.

Join us for Local 598's Membership Meetings at Local 598 Union Hall, to be held;

Toy's for Tots Membership Meeting 

December 5th @ 2:00

On November 11, people across the country will take a moment to honor our military veterans, who have sacrificed the

Sisters and Brothers,

Pursuant to the Consent Decree entered by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan in the matter of United States v.

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The tax credit of an additional $4,500 for union-made electric vehicles made in the U.S. is a win for UAW members, unorganized autoworkers, and the entire labor movement. The provision:

  • Supports the high standards in wages, benefits, and safety that UAW members have bargained for in the auto industry
  • Incentivizes nonunion companies to stop spending millions on union busters and to allow their workers to form their unions freely
  • Encourages U.S. auto manufacturers to bring back jobs they offshored

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Hear from Carlos Albino from Catalão, Goiàs Brazil show solidarity for UAW-John Deere workers on strike.

"It’s Time to Focus on Jobs and Our Future, Not Discord ….. Act Now ! “

Detroit - The United Auto Workers today announced a broad campaign to have Congress move forward on passing the Build Back Better and bi-partisan Infrastructure bills and Kildee/Stabenow Provision to protect good paying American jobs.

“For 36 years, UAW members didn’t have just a Senator, they had a friend in Carl Levin. He was a strong, caring, deeply committed individual who never forgot the working families of Michigan and this country.

Carl Levin stood for honor and dignity and fairness for all Americans. As Chair of the Senate Armed Services Committee, he steered our nation through the turbulent period after the terror attacks of 9-11 with quiet dignity and a resolve to modernize our military.