Welcome to the I.U.O.E. Local 103 website. Members: To log in, your USERNAME, will be your last name, your PASSWORD, will be your register number.             If you are experiencing delays with your Unemployment benefits, click on the "Member News" tab for information on how to possibly expedite the process.                2018-2019 Pipeline Training schedule is now available, contact your District Hall for applications.            For the latest information released by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development on Unemployment Insurance Benefits, click on the Member News tab on the left.               For information on the "Right to Work (For Less)" legislation, click on the Member News tab on the left.          

If you are experiencing delays with your Unemployment benefits, click_here for information on how to possibly expedite the process.


 2018-2019 Pipeline Training Schedules and applications can be picked up in your Distric office



Within the Omnibus Spending Bill passed by Congress, and signed into law December 16, 2014, was a provision that would permit “deeply troubled” multiemployer plans to reduce the accrued benefits of active and retired participants to avoid insolvency and preserve benefits above the PBGC guarantee level.

There are 1,400 multiemployer plans in the country and it is estimated that - - at most - - - 10% of those plans might at some time in the future become eligible to take advantage of this relief.

CPF is not one of those plans. Furthermore, as one of the largest, strongest, and most secure plans in the country, it is inconceivable that CPF would ever qualify for the relief in this Bill.

This legislation was primarily aimed at permitting the pension plan of the Central States Conference of Teamsters to save itself from insolvency --- at which time the benefits of all of its pensioners would be cut to the PBGC guarantee level, which is a maximum of $13,000 a year.  The law would permit that Plan to avoid insolvency by reducing benefits by much less than would result from insolvency.  Furthermore, a vote of all Participants is required before any reduction can be made.


Many of you are asking, "Now that 'Right to Work' legislation has passed, what do we do now?"  What we must NOT do, is forget.  We can continue to contact our State Senators and Representatives and RESPECTFULLY let them know that what they did was wrong for working Hoosiers.  We need to have men and women at the Statehouse working for, and supporting, their fellow Hoosiers, not out-of-state corporate interests:

-CLICK_HERE for the voting results in the House

-CLICK_HERE for the voting results in the Senate

-CLICK_HERE for facts on "Right to Work (For Less)"


For answers to unemployment insurance questions, CLICK_HERE to view the Unemployment Insurance Claimant Handbook, released by Indiana Workforce Development.