Welcome to the Office and Professional Employees International Union Local 512
Local 512 of the Office of Professional Employees International Union, (OPEIU) is comprised of people from many different work areas and walks of life, all seeking the same results. Fair and equitable treatment from our employers.

Local 512 is part of a collective of different Locals that make up Office of Professional Employees International Union. This affords Local 512 of the force of over 100,000 members strong. All fighting the same fight. There is a great strength in numbers, and being part of the larger collective affords us the opportunity to have our concerns heard on a much higher than local level.

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Elections 2019

Local 512 New Elections in 2019

OPEIU Local 512 held elections October 18, 2019 through November 15, 2019 for the local's board.  Every member was sent a message concerning this election on October 18, 2019. There are still positions that need to be filled.  The Board is always interested in new people to fill the seats of the Board, and to hear new ideas to better the running of the Board, and the Local as a whole.  If you are interested in running for a position, there is one big hurdle you must jump, you must be a dues paying member of OPEIU Local 512 for a year.  

If you are interested in a position on the board, or have anything that you feel is pertinent to OPEIU Local 512, please feel free to contact any of the board members, or write President Aaron Sanders at his e-mail address aksanders4@att.net.

2020 Democrats Try to Woo Back Trump’s Union Voters

LAWRENCE, Massachusetts—Against the faded brick facade of the Everett Mill, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) officially began her presidential bid this past weekend. And she did so by looking backwards. 

Warren told a story of collective action, of workers uniting behind common goals and bridging language and ethnicity barriers for the sake of fair wages, overtime pay, and the right to join a union. She spoke at the site of the famous “Bread and Roses” strike, which was led by textile workers on a cold January day in 1912 and stretched into March. Addressing a crowd of 3,500 on a blustery day where the wind occasionally rattled a large American flag draped over rusting metal, the senator drew parallels from that moment to the one confronting the country currently.

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OPEIU Erie Conference

Conference held May 3-6

OPEIU International held Erie Training Conference May 3 - 6, 2017.  Training centered on Lobbying the senate and congress.

Local 512 Meeting

Quarterly Board Meeting


Union Plus Mortgages

Unon Plus Retirement Planning

Special Benefits