Represents health care and maintenance workers at U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Hospital (Madison)
AFSCME Local #13-M
Represents State of Wisconsin blue collar, administrative support, security, public safety, and technical classified employees at the State of Wisconsin Mendota Mental Health Center.
AFSCME Retirees meet the third Tuesday monthly except for June, July and August at Madison Labor Temple starting at 10:30 am.
Represents school and municipal employees in Dane County. Main employers under contract are City of Madison, City of Sun Prairie, City of Middleton, Town of Madison, Mt Horeb, Village of McFarland, Monona Library, Village of Oregon: Madison, Oregon, Monona, and Sun Prairie school districts. Blue collar workers at school districts.
AFSCME Local #65
Represents Dane County highway, zoo, expo center employees, and Dane County ramp.
Represents State of Wisconsin blue collar, technical, and security classified employees at the UW-Madison, UW-Baraboo, and UW-Rock County and UW System and administrative personnel & UW extension.
AFSCME Local #705
Represents workers at the Dane County Badger Prairie Health Care Center and Dane County Consolidated Food Service.
Represents county paraprofessional, clerical, parks, and maintenance workers.
AFSCME Local #1205
Represents RN's, LPN's, and collection technicians employed by the Red Cross in Madison, Green Bay, & La Crosse, Wisconsin & Dubuque, Iowa.
AFSCME Local #1323-C
Represents Mayville Police Department
AFSCME Local #1558
Represents technicians, secretaries, drivers, support staff, and printer at Badger Regional Blood Center.
AFSCME Local #2634
Represents social workers employed by Dane County
The Madison Employees Association, AFSCME Local 6000, is the collective voice of City of Madison and Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District public sector workers on the job and in the community.
AFT Local #1917
Represents teachers at Wisconsin Heights School District
AFT Local #3497
Represents UW-Madison faculty and academic staff.
AFT Local #3732
Represents State of Wisconsin environmental scientists, forensic scientists, medical technologists, foresters, chemists, microbiologists, hydro-geologists, veterinarians, pharmacists, fisheries, and wildlife biologists, public health sanitarians, natural resource educators, and research scientists, waste, air, and water specialists.
Allied Printing Trades Council of Milwaukee & Madison
BAC Local #13-B
Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers
CWA Local Political Council
Represents workers employed by: AT&T and all AT&T subsidiaries including Tucker Technologies: Operator Services: Lucent Technologies: Johnson Controls World Services: Television Wisconsin WISC-TV in Madison.
DALU Local #24111
Represents newspaper editors, advertisers, and circulators. Main employer under contract, Wisconsin State AFL-CIO
Represents City of Madison firefighters, paramedics, apparatus engineers, lieutenants, and captains. Also represents City of Monona firefighters and paramedics, Middleton fire and paramedics, Oregon firefighters, Sun Prairie paramedics, Fitchburg fire and paramedics, Verona fire and paramedics.
IAMAW Local #873 Retirees - Spit Fire
John Deere Retirees
IAMAW Local #2054
Gardner Manufacturing in Horicon and Metco in Beaver Dam.
Represents stagehands, lighting, sound, and carpentry services at theatrical and concert houses, trade shows, and conventions. Main employers under contract are Frank Productions Inc, City of Madison. Represents motion picture operators & service technicians at movie houses and other presentation venues.
Represents employees in energy & utility related industries. Primary work in generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity & natural gas and their clerical & technical support staff at investor owned & cooperative utilities.
Represents line techs, meter testers, power plant, and gas distribution employees, customer service techs at Madison Gas and Electric. Union representatives at MTI. Staff collective at WORT.
LIUNA Local #236
Represents City of Madison street, motor equipment, engineering departments, and library employees.
Asst City Attorneys & EOC Hearing Examiner positions employed by the City of Madison.
Represents health care and human services workers employed at Dane and Sauk Counties, City of Madison, Meriter Hospital, Madison Rehabilitation and Convalescent Center, Skaalen Sunset Home, members of the State of Wisconsin Professional Patient Care Unit and the University of Wisconsin Hospital & Clinics Public Authority, Rock County Sun Rise Care Center, Kenosha Care Center and Moundview Hospital.Represents nursing home, home care and hospital employees. Columbus Care Center, and the Willows of Sun Prairie, Oakwood Village and Dane County Home Care.
Represents production workers employed at Bou-Matic, Therma-Star, Sub Zero, Carnes Co., Greenheck Fan Corp., Trachte Bldg Systems, Everbrite of Pardeeville, Loudspeaker of Lancaster, Wolf Appliance, Roadview, Inc., IBEW 159 office staff, and Integrity Lifestyle Benefits.
UAW Local 2320
Represents workers at The Progressive and Legal Action of Wisconsin.
Represents retail clerks, clerical claims processors, nurses aides, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses. Main employers under contract are Woodman's Food Markets (meat dept), Wisconsin Physicians Service, Belmont Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, and Wisconsin Vision. Local Grocery Store Meat Cutters, Red. Serve Foods, McCain Foods, Van Holter’s, PickNSave-Watertown.
USU United Staff Union
Employees of WEAC, WEA Trust and WEA Member Benefits.
USWA Local 904L
Represents employees at Veyance Technologies.
USW Local 1207
Represents employees at Uniroyal Engineered Products in Stoughton.
Wisconsin Alliance for Retired Americans
Workers United Local 65
Represents food service/hospitality workers at CUNA, Labor Temple, GE and Monona Terrace.
Workers United Local 66
Concourse Hotel Employees.
Workers United Local 229
Represents laundry production and maintenance workers at ARA Services, Aramark, Industrial Laundry and Rental MUHL