Monthly Archives: January 2018

McGarvey: Ensure multiemployer pension plan security

Two major construction industry leaders believe now is the time to safeguard multiemployer pension plans. In op-ed article written by Sean McGarvey, President of North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU), and Stephen Sandherr, Chief Executive Officer of the Associated General Contractors (AGC), and published in “The Hill,” they urge Congress[…] Read More →

State legislator unveils new attacks on organized labor

An Ohio state representative has proposed a series of ballot initiatives that would amend the state constitution with language to hurt thousands of union workers and their families. State Rep. John Becker (R-Cincinnati) proposed six amendments to Ohio’s constitution to repeal prevailing wage, enact So-Called “Right to Work” in both[…] Read More →

Members urged to join Cuyahoga County Democratic Party Central Committee

Affiliated members of the Cleveland Building Trades are urged to consider joining the Cuyahoga County Democratic Party Central Committee. This year marks the beginning of another important political season and the Cuyahoga County Democratic Party has numerous openings on its Central Committee. The CBCTC needs Central Committee representation in order[…] Read More →

Cleveland Building Trades expecting busy 2018 construction year

Members of the Construction Trades should have the opportunity to put in a good amount of hours on the jobsite in 2018, as the construction forecast points to another busy year. National estimates show positive expectations for the construction industry, which Robert Murray, chief economist for Dodge Data & Analytics,[…] Read More →