.....the right choice Local 1430 Join Now The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (I.B.E.W)

The people we help and represent

I.B.E.W Local Union 1430 is striving to become the leading legal representative of the workers of Westchester and its surrounding Counties of New York; including but not limited to the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Putnam, Dutchess and Orange Counties. We aim to provide workers with the most effective source of professional guidance so as to ensure they are treated with dignity and respect, receive the highest rate of pay and benefits, enjoy the safest working conditions; and ensure that every member of the Union is afforded their full rights at the workplace.

IBEW Local 1430 falls under the professional & Industrial section of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Our jurisdiction does not cover construction workers. In fact, our jurisdiction is everybusiness other than construction. Some of the industries we represent are:

  • Wire and cable manufacturing
  • Transportation
  • Education
  • Chemical manufacturing
  • Food manufacturing and distribution
  • Residential and commercial building employees.
  • Electrical supply
  • Broadcast television employees
  • Casino surveillance operators
  • And more.

If you need union representation, more likely than not we can offer you the professional representation that you need.


Membership Organizing Program

Learn how to start a career with the union and earn more money in your part time.

Political Action Committee

Learn more about the political issues facing working people.

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How do Unions help working families today?

Health Insurance:
Union workers earn 30% more than non-union workers and are more likely to receive health care and pension benefits than those without a union.
In 2007, median weekly earnings for full-time union wage and salary workers were $863, compared with $663 for their non-union counterparts.
Pension Benefits:
87% of workers in unions participate in pension plans versus 49% of non-union workers. 78% of union workers have guaranteed pensions, compared with 19% of non-union workers.
Paid Sick Leave:
Roughly 83% of workers in unions have paid sick leave compared with 64% of non-union workers.
Legislative Action:
Unions lead the fight today for better lives for working people, such as through expanded family and medical leave, improved safety and health protections and fair-trade agreements that lift the standard of living for workers all over the world.

Know Your Rights

The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) guarantees the right of employees to organize and bargain collectively with their employers, and to engage in other protected concerted activity or to refrain from engaging in any of the above activity.

Joining the Union Today

When people are sick they go to a doctor. When people have problems with the law they hire a lawyer. When people have problems at the workplace they join a Union.