Crew Central is designed to give our members important information about finding work and provide department heads and employers with the ability to peruse the latest full roster of available members and their standing with the local. Members can download a variety of forms, from Authorization of Representation, to Dues Assessment Payroll Deduction, to applications. Members of other locals can learn the necessary steps for transferring their membership to Local 631, while potential new members can find out what they need to do to join our union. This section provides shop stewards with quick links to other locals, labor sites, and information on how to organize a production.
BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP
BECOMING A MEMBER
YOUNG WORKERS COMMITTEE
International President Matt Loeb created a Young Worker’s Committee as a way to encourage the participation and leadership of our members ages 18-35. Local 631 President Paul Cox decided to encourage our young members to do the same.
To get involved with the Local 631 Young Worker’s Committee, simply email the officers at ? for more information. You can follow the YWC on Instagram @IATSE631YWC to see photo proof of the fun and fellowship they seek to provide.
Following the lead of IA President Matthew Loeb, Local 631 President Paul cox formed a chapter of the Women’s Committee here in Florida.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHEN SHOULD I JOIN THE UNION? HOW DO I JOIN?
FLORIDA IS A RIGHT-TO-WORK STATE. WHY SHOULD I JOIN?
HOW DO I GET WORK?
WHAT ARE THE GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS?
HOW DO I REPORT A SAFETY ISSUE OR AN UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICE?
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN QUARTERLY DUES AND 4% ASSESSMENTS?
HOW IS MY 4% PAID TO THE LOCAL?
WHY AM I NOT GETTING MY EMAILS FROM THE LOCAL?
HOW DO I LOGIN TO SEE MY ACCOUNT INFORMATION?
OTHER IATSE LOCALS
The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States, its Territories, and Canada, AFL-CIO-CLC