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September 11, 2023
Wage theft in New York state will be a form of larceny, with New York Governor Kathy Hochul having signed a bill which was a top legislative priority for union carpenters.
Unrepresented carpenters have increasingly been the victims of wage theft by unscrupulous employers, who also use the tactic to gain an illegitimate competitive bidding advantage over honest employers and union carpenters. The new law is expected to have a significant positive impact going forward.Read More
September 6, 2023
Congratulations and welcome aboard to Sister Erica Weborg (326) and Brothers Ardemar Torres (326), Jack Lang (290) and Vincent Battaglini (279) who have just started as full-time representatives with the union!Read More
August 8, 2023
Raheem Shepard’s appointment upholds Boston’s longstanding tradition of including union representation on the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) Board.Read More
August 1, 2023
NASCTF will specifically participate in the Department’s Employment Navigator and Partnership Pilot program where an installation at Fort Drum will be held and DOL Employment Navigators will help veterans and their spouses complete self-assessments, do skills testing, and explore career options like one in the construction industry.Read More
July 21, 2023
The Carpenters Union is proud to be playing a role, and we will be investing our own resources with an expansion of our training center to meet the needs of future development in the region. This project is a tremendous opportunity, putting real people to work revitalizing our community.Read More
July 17, 2023
The book is available on Amazon and in regular book-selling venues. The University of Illinois Press is offering a special 30% discount code when you order from www.press.uillinois.edu and use Promo Code S23UIP. Offer good until December 31, 2023.Read More