IBEW Local 520 is committed to providing the best resources available to our membership. Please check out the links below.
Category 1: Labor
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
The IBEW website
North Americas Building Trades Unions (NABTU)
Created in 1908, NABTU has helped its 15 affiliated building trades unions to make job sites safer, deliver apprenticeship and journey-level training, organize new workers, support legislation that affects working families, and assist in securing improved wages, hours and working conditions through collective bargaining.
America’s Union Movement
National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA)
The National Electrical Contractors Association is an association of more than 4,000 electrical contractors in the United States
National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) Central Texas Chapter
The local, Central Texas association of NECA affiliates.
Electrical training ALLIANCE
Providing the largest apprenticeship and training program within the electrical industry.
Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation
State licensing requirements for electricians. Application forms, rules, law, report violations.
Texas Workforce Commission
Contact the Unemployment Insurance office nearest to you:
1110 W. William Cannon Dr., Ste. 301
Austin, TX 78745-5460
4175 Freidrich Ln., Ste. 200
Austin, TX 78744-1017
8620 Burnet Rd., Ste. 132
Austin, TX 78757-7000
3401 Webberville Rd.
Austin, TX 78702-3004
825 E Rundberg Ln., Ste. E2
Austin, TX 78753-4800
U.S. Department of Labor
For information on wages, health plans and benefits and unemployment insurance.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
The Bureau of Labor Statistics is the principal fact-finding agency for the Federal Government in the broad field of labor economics and statistics.
National Labor Relations Board
Unfair labor practices, union representation elections for private sector employees.
Federal Labor Relations Authority
The Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) is an independent agency responsible for administering the labor-management relations program for 1.9 million Federal employees world-wide. Its mission is to promote stable and constructive labor-management relations, which contribute to an efficient and effective government.
Publish and distribute labor news, graphics and books, which help progressive union leaders rally their members and build their unions.
MoveOn is working to bring ordinary people back into politics. Today’s system revolves around big money and big media, leaving most citizens left out. When it becomes clear our elected “representatives” do not represent the public, the foundations of democracy are in peril. MoveOn is a catalyst for a new kind of grassroots involvement, supporting busy but concerned citizens in finding their political voice. Our nationwide network of more than 1.7 million online activists is one of the most effective and responsive outlets for democratic participation available today.
The Union Label and Service Trades Department, AFL-CIO, was founded in 1909 to promote the products and services produced in America by union members — especially those products and services identified by a union label, shop card, store card and service button. We are supported by per capita payments from AFL-CIO National and International Unions.
American Civil Liberties Union
IBEW 520 members can review their workplace rights, here.
9to5, National Association of Working Women
9to5, National Association of Working Women is a national, grassroots membership organization that strengthens women’s ability to work for economic justice. Founded in 1973, 9to5 has activists in more than 200 cities and members in every state.
The Center to Protect Workers’ Rights
CPWR’s main focus is to develop practical ways to improve safety and health for construction workers and their families. As the research, development, and training arm of the Building and Construction Trades Department and the construction unions in the AFL-CIO, CPWR works with more than 30 organizations nationwide.
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commision
Fights against discrimination in the workplace
Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)
OSHA and its state partners have approximately 2,100 inspectors, plus complaint discrimination investigators, engineers, physicians, educators, standards writers, and other technical and support personnel spread over more than 200 offices throughout the country. This staff establishes protective standards, enforces those standards, and reaches out to employers and employees through technical assistance and consultation programs.