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November 13, 2023

Opportunity Is Knocking

Fueled by multiple factors, work for union carpenters is holding steady in the North Atlantic States region. It’s expected to stay that way for the predictable future and grow significantly in some areas.

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November 10, 2023

Opening the Doors to Those Who Serve

The UBC works with a variety of programs to help men and women transitioning out of active service find and start a career in the trades.

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November 9, 2023

NASRCC Sisters and Staff Connect With Hundreds of Students at MA Girls in Trades Conference

With over 30 booths from union trades, contractors and state entities and several workshops, vital information was provided to students about the purpose of unions, what each apprenticeship program entails and how they can apply.

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November 3, 2023

Federal Court Enters Consent Judgment Ordering Contractor To Pay $360k For Wage, Retaliation Violations At Lynn Project

The US Department of Labor also took action in a federal court in Boston this week against a company known to undermine industry standards throughout the Northeastern United States.

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November 3, 2023

Framingham Construction Company To Pay Nearly $1 Million For Subcontractor’s Failure To Pay Prevailing Wages

The judgment follows AG’s investigation revealing that the construction company submitted dozens of fraudulent payroll claims for subcontractor who failed to pay prevailing wages on publicly funded construction projects.

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November 3, 2023

Misclassification costs the New York construction industry. We have to fix it.

As a former union carpenter who started his own construction company, Mike Kane who operates Kane Contracting in New York has seen the issue from both perspectives. He states misclassification is a growing problem in the industry and the “long-term consequences are dire”. He calls for a concerted effort from policymakers and district attorneys to enforce existing labor laws for this “crime”, promote fair competition and protect the interests of honest contractors.

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