NewsFeed
  • Working People Respond to Elementary School Mass Shooting in Uvalde, Texas
    May 26th - 3:07pm
  • Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Profiles: Sumi Haru
    May 26th - 2:00pm
  • Service + Solidarity Spotlight: Nurses and Techs in Newark Strike Against Management’s Demands for Givebacks
    May 26th - 1:30pm
  • Workers' Leverage is Here to Stay: The Working People Weekly List
    May 25th - 2:13pm
  • Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Profiles: Lucia Hsiung
    May 25th - 2:00pm
  • Service + Solidarity Spotlight: Texas Climate Jobs Project’s Report Shows the Right Way to Build Fast, Reliable Fiber Broadband
    May 25th - 1:35pm
  • Every Job Site Should Be Safe: In the States Roundup
    May 24th - 4:20pm
  • Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Profiles: Stella Kalaoram
    May 24th - 2:00pm
  • Service + Solidarity Spotlight: Tragedy Turns to Solidarity for Members of UFCW Local 1 After Racially Motivated Mass Shooting
    May 24th - 1:30pm
  • Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Profiles: Dennis Chong
    May 23rd - 2:00pm

Organizing: Health Insurance


Health care is one of the highest concerns of workers. The cost of health care keeps getting more expensive every month. How can any worker concentrate on their jobs if they are worrying about how they are going to pay for health care for themselves or their dependents? IBEW Local 7 negotiates health care for our members and their families. A few open shop contractors are providing health insurance for their employees, but often they charge extra for their families to be covered. IBEW Local 7 members receive family health care with no paycheck deduction. IBEW Local 7 has a healthcare plan that allows our members to provide, for themselves and their families, health coverage with no payroll deduction.