Who We Are
The Utility Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO (UWUA) is one of the most successful and progressive unions in all of the labor movement. We have over 50,000 members working in the electric, gas, water, and nuclear industries across the United States. Our influence is not just felt by our numbers; it is recognized that the UWUA is both innovative and relentless in our interest in and ability to protect utility jobs, and the wages, benefits and working conditions that our members enjoy in their jobs.
We are committed to a job well done and dedicated to improving the lives of our UWUA members and their families, indeed, all working families. The UWUA knows that our strength lies with our membership, so every decision we make, every negotiation we take part in, and every initiative we put in place is done with the advancement and well being of thousands of UWUA members, retirees and their families in mind. We have invested a great deal of time and money in a variety of programs, such as safety and health training, legislative affairs, and benefits plans, so that our members will be protected on the job and in their paychecks. We are extremely proud of the great advancements the UWUA has made over the past 65 years and very excited about what will surely be a bright and prosperous future.
Learn More About UWUA:
- Human Rights Committee
- Officers of the UWUA
- Staff Directory
- Local Unions
- National Goals: Acting Now to Create a Cleaner Environment and Quality Jobs
- UWUA Constitution
- 2007 Constitutional Convention Resolutions
- An Informal History of the UWUA