Do you know someone who has bookkeeping experience and wants to work part-time? Someone who believes in unions and enjoys running an office? Someone who might want to join our small but mighty team at the Minnesota State Building and Construction Trades Council? Please encourage them to apply for our bookkeeper/office manager position! Bookkeeper / Office Manager PostingView Article
U.S. District Court Judge Tosses Suit after Plaintiffs Voluntarily Withdraw the Complaint A leading voice on behalf of construction workers released a statement today after a lawsuit filed in March, 2019 by the Minnesota-North Dakota Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors challenging Project Labor Agreements or PLAs was voluntarily dismissed, according to court documents. “While the plaintiffs are not commenting about their reasons for withdrawing this lawsuit, ... View Article
Attendees at Tradeswomen Global Outreach 2018 All Tradeswomen and Women in the Construction Industry are welcome to join the Sisters in the Building Trades as they continue to reach around the globe connecting tradeswomen to learn, teach, share, help and find solutions to change the culture of our industry. It could be something as simple as donating the price of morning coffee, Tools (old and new), Safety Gear and First Aid Supplies, ... View Article
The Building Trades honored seven members who died in the past year at a Workers Memorial Day ceremony at the Minnesota State Capitol.
April 30, 2019
By Steve Share, Minneapolis Labor Review editor
Local Building Trades unions gathered April 29 for a solemn ceremony marking Workers Memorial Day, a national event to highlight the need for greater workplace safety and to remember workers who were killed on the job or who have died from ... View Article
The 6th annual National Safety Stand-Down to prevent falls will take place the week of May 6-10, 2019. The Stand-Down was conceived by OSHA in 2014 as part of the National Falls Campaign to raise awareness surrounding the severity of fall hazards in construction and the importance of preventing them. It’s an opportunity for employers to pause work and have a conversation with workers about fall hazards, protective methods, and ... View Article