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Dave Wondolowski on America’s Workforce Radio – May 8, 2018

Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council Executive Secretary Dave Wondolowoski and Ed “Flash” Ferenc, host of America’s Workforce Radio, discuss the Primary Election and how the CBCTC has endorsed Democratic gubernatorial ticket of Richard Cordray and Betty Sutton. They also talk about the Cleveland Building Trades being featured at the North America’s Building Trades Union Legislative Conference for their work in helping union pension funds successfully invest in area projects. Discussion also turns to the need for apprentices in all CBCTC affiliated unions.


Dave Wondolowski on America’s Workforce Radio – April 10, 2018

Dave Wondolowoski, Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council Executive Secretary, and America’s Workforce Radio, host Ed “Flash” Ferenc talk about recent issues with Ohio’s Unemployment Compensation Fund, which has faced solvency issues. They discuss how efforts to change the system could hurt building trades members. Wondolowski also talked about the need for apprentices. He believes the lack of apprentices is a societal issue. They also talk about Ohio’s upcoming May gubernatorial primary, in which the CBCTC has endorsed Richard Cordray.


Dave Wondolowski on America’s Workforce Radio – February 13, 2018

America’s Workforce Radio, host Ed “Flash” Ferenc and Dave Wondolowoski, Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council Executive Secretary, discussed how Ohio state representatives are once again taking aim at Prevailing Wage, along with other union-busting measures. They also discussed tax cuts and a possible federal infrastructure program and the impact an infrastructure bill could have on Ohioans. Wondolowski also talked about the 2018 construction year and some of the major projects his affiliated members will tackle this year, including the I-480 Bridge, multiple public school buildings and the John Hartness Brown Building.


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