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Striking concrete workers halt work at 30 NYC construction sites
Concrete workers belonging to the New York City District Council of Carpenters have gone on strike, bringing work to a halt ...
Six-week Massachusetts construction crash course prepares low income, minority workers for the industry
As the U.S. construction industry continues to explore ways to battle the current skilled worker shortage, a training program in ...
UAW defeat in Chattanooga ought to be a wake up call for unions: This ain’t Germany
Last week when factory workers at Volkswagen's Chattanooga, Tennessee, facility voted against forming a union, the headlines characterized it as ...
ABC, NAM want OSHA to withdraw LOI allowing unions to represent nonunion employees
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) General Counsel Maurice Baskin on February 4 told the House Subcommittee on Workforce Protections that ...
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Michigan court rules right-to-work law applies to state workers
After becoming the 24th right-to-work state in the U.S. back in January, a Michigan appeals court ruled 2-1 Thursday that ...
Carpenters’ strike would stop work at several NYC construction projects, including World Trade Center
Some of New York City's biggest commercial construction projects would be halted should the Manufacturing Woodworkers Association not hammer out ...
The beginning of the end for unions?
Lost in the news cycle from last week was an unfortunate bit about a pro-union protester taking a swing at ...
Skyscraper restarted after material, labor prices drop
Project labor agreements and falling material prices have allowed work to restart on Frank Gehry's first Manhattan skyscraper. The 76 ...
Union card-check initiative dies…for now
One of the Democrat's key issues after November's elections was to pass a law allowing unions to conduct non-secret ballots ...
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