News Feed  
  • Canada : Unifor wins two representation votes in Winnipeg [more]
  • Canada : Ottawa Commissionaires security guards unionize [more]
  • Canada : Federal government looking at partial labour mobility for temporary f... [more]
  • Canada : Moves to Boost Migrant Workers' Rights [more]
  • Canada : Children's aid workers in Ottawa demand province reverse cuts [more]
  • Canada : Province's largest sector union takes provincial government to court... [more]
  • Canada : Workers on Plains of Abraham poised to strike over salary negotiation... [more]
  • Canada : Alleged mismanagement has 'finally come to a head,' say IBEW Local 23... [more]
  • Canada : Teachers' union takes credit for anti-Ford message flown over Ford Fe... [more]
  • Canada : SGEU president chastised for 'egregious behaviour' against union memb... [more]
  • Canada : OPSEU leader demands new Labour Minister to please stand up [more]
  • Canada : Toronto Uber drivers join the union [more]
  • Canada : $64M Brunswick Smelter project in jeopardy if workforce dispute conti... [more]
  • Canada : Government, Opposition swap accusations, attacks in earplug debate [more]
  • Canada : Bullying, harassment greatest workplace hazard of our generation [more]
  • Canada : Commissionaires picket in front of Royal Military College [more]
  • Canada : New generation of Quebecers resists Legault's discriminatory law [more]
  • Canada : NUPGE members endorse Brown's continued leadersip [more]
  • Canada : Why Pharmacare? [more]
  • Canada : IAM ratifies first agreement with Airbus! [more]
  • Canada : The birth of COPE/SEPB: 15 years later [more]
  • Canada : Razia Sultana, an International Women of Courage Award winner, addres... [more]
  • Canada : Professor Guy Standing - precarity and the changing nature of work [more]
  • Canada : The people of Ontario who are being hurt by Conservative policies wil... [more]
  • Canada : ONA Launches New Ad Campaign ‘Priorities and Promises'; calls on Ford... [more]
  • Canada : Deal Between Feds, Unions Gives Paid Time Off For Domestic Violence [more]
  • Canada : Pride month: Nia's story [more]
  • Canada : Painful news ?" VICE Montreal office closing, layoffs in Toronto [more]
  • Canada : Nurses praise parliamentary report on violence in health care [more]
  • Canada : A historic step towards greater protections for workers around the w... [more]

 

About the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 2038

- IBEW Local 2038 is based in Regina, Saskatchewan Canada at 1920 McAra Street.
- Local 2038 primarily represents construction electricians, both journeyed and apprenticing. We also represent Instrument mechanics, Welders and Boom truck operators also possessing an electrical journeyperson license.
- Local 2038 has a membership of just over 400 men and women. There is no disparity in wage rates across gender and other social lines
- Including travelling members from across the country, Local 2038 manpower peaked at approximately 1500 working members in 2011.
- IBEW members have the opportunity (when work is slow at home) to take travel calls to other areas where work is currently booming.
- All work done by Local 2038 members is done under the protection of a collective bargaining agreement that is normally re-negotiated every 3 years.
- Some of our primary negotiated clauses include (but are not limited to) 1) Employee/Employer grievance procedure 2) Negotiated annual pay raises 3) Great Pension and Health/Welfare package 4) Member supported training (Arc Flash, Fall Arrest, Quality Assurance/Control and many others) 5) Journeyperson to Apprentice ratios 6) Supervision to worker ratios 7) Limited tool list 8) Safe work practice and many more.
- IBEW members are bound by our constitution and local bylaws as well as the locals Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), Drug and Alcohol policy, Harassment policy and internal discipline procedure.
- Local 2038 strives to provide the best possible manpower product for your large or small project. Please feel free to contact us if you are an Electrician or want to become one, if you are interested in becoming signatory to any of our agreements (as a contractor), if you are looking for better pay and pension or if your just not happy where you work now!

Local 2038 is active in a number of labour and community oriented efforts. We presently work with or volunteer time and funding to: local high schools, Habitat for Humanity, Helmets to Hardhats (H2H), RDIEC, Skills Saskatchewan, Skills Canada, GETT Camp, Souls Harbour Rescue Mission, Telemiracle, the Saskatchewan Federation of Labour (SFL), the Saskatchewan Provincial Building Trades Council, the Regina RedSox, Regina Little League, the Street Culture Kids Project, and many others. As Trade Unionists we believe in giving back to, and supporting our communities. If your name isn't on this list and it should be, or you'd like to see it here, come on in and have a talk with us!

Copyright © 2012 All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.