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International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers International President Ed Hill
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    I received excellent training in the field of Electrical work.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I have been working at International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers part-time


    Excellent training opportunities, the IBEW opens a door in the electrical field to allow workers to work on large scale high profile jobs. Very satisfying scope of work


    The union is extremely political. It helps to know someone.

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    be more transparent and willing to have open dialogue with members

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International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Interviews

Updated Apr 28, 2014
Updated Apr 28, 2014

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    Good Money, Good Hours Mostly, Cheesy Culture, Lots of American Flag and Eagle Tattoos Haha Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate  in  Denver, CO
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Denver, CO
    Application Details

    I applied in-person. The process took 3 days - interviewed at International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in September 2010.

    Interview Details

    I applied in person with an application. I was called a week or so later and asked to come in and take an aptitude test. I also sat down with the director and discussed my interest in this type of work. There was room in teh apprenticeship program and I did well on my aptitude test so I got into the program.

    Interview Questions
    • Aptitude test (physical). They interview was more of an application and test process. Everyone takes the same aptitude test and if there are spots available in the apprenticeship, and you do well on teh aptitude test, you are in. Other that that, there was not much to it.   View Answer
    Negotiation Details
    There is not a negotiation phase. You start at a base pay and your pay increases as you reach a certain number of hours in increments. Once you reach 8000 hours you can take your journeyman electrician test which is a state certification. The only way you make more is to work overtime which is good as you get time and a half before 7 and after 3:30 as well as double time on Sundays. There is potential to make good money if you work a lot of hours.
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Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1955
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year

These brothers are held together with wire, steel girders, fiber optic cable, and conveyor belts. The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) is about a 725,000-member labor union for workers in such industries as utilities, construction, telecommunications, and manufacturing in the US and Canada. The union lobbies government on behalf of its members, provides training and scholarships, maintains an electronic job board, and helps members secure higher wages, better health care, and safer working conditions. The union was formally organized in 1891 at a... More

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