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BU works because we do.

With a charter dating back to 1992, UAW Local 2324 proudly represents Technical, Office and Professional workers at Boston University. Our contract with the BU administration applies to a broad swathe of full-time and regular part-time clerical, technical, and service employees on the Charles River Campus. Our parent organization, the UAW — or the United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America — is one of the largest and most diverse unions in North America, with more than 600 local unions in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Our 400,000 active members and 580,000 retired members represent virtually every sector of the economy.

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News & Announcements

Election Results; VP Nomination Extension

Wed May 11, 2022: The Election Committee has issued a memo informing members of the results of the Local’s Triennial Election, following the close of the Nomination Period on May 10th. Uncontested candidates for all but one position were elected by acclamation. The office of Vice President was not filled; as a result the position’s nomination period has been extended until 5 PM on May 17th. Click here to view the memo with the election results and information about eligibility for serving as Vice President and instructions for putting oneself forward as a candidate for the role. Questions can be sent to elections@local2324uaw.org.

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Capitol Hill Staff Win the Right to Organize

Tue May 10, 2022: The United States House of Representatives has voted 217-202 to approve a resolution, introduced by Rep. Andy Levin (D-MI) with 165 co-sponsors, granting nearly 9,100 Congressional staff members the right to form a union and bargain collectively without threat of retaliation. The resolution passed along party lines in a 217-202 vote. Click here to read a statement from the Congressional Workers Union in response to this historic vote, or here to read reporting from NPR.

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New Region Newsletter Issue Now Available

Fri May 6, 2022: This week’s issue of the Region 9A UAW Friday Newsletter is now available to read online as a PDF. Members who have Local or labor news or events to recommend for inclusion in a future issue can email Cathie Graugard to share their suggestion. Members can manage their subscription to the Friday Newsletter by visiting this webpage.

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12 May 2022