Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgMarch 21, 2017 / Issue No. 02-17
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On the Inside
Resolution to Kill “Blacklisting” Rule Passes Congress, Moves to President
AGC Members Tour Expanded Carpenters Training Center
Collective Bargaining in 2016 Yields Average First-Year Increase of 2.6%
Court Says Employer Must Make Benefit Fund Contributions Even After Union Decertified
Union Representation in Construction Up 0.6% from Last Year
Construction Executive Pay Expected to Rise by 4% This Year
AGC Members Tour Expanded Carpenters Training Center
 

AGC of America’s Union Contractors Committee and the United Brotherhood of Carpenters (UBC) hosted a special event at the Carpenters International Training Center (CITC) in Las Vegas, NV, during AGC’s Annual Convention on March 8.  Convention attendees enjoyed small-group tours of the exceptional, recently expanded 17-acre CITC campus, which now boasts 1.2 million square feet of classrooms, guest rooms, dining rooms, conference rooms, shops, and event space.  A reception followed, at which Carpenters General President Doug McCarron, AGC CEO Steve Sandherr, and CITC Executive Director Bill Irwin gave brief remarks.

The CITC provides training to trainers and rank-and-file UBC members, plus manages course development, in power-generation, turbine installation, interior systems, concrete formwork, leadership, and much more.  Further information about the CITC is available here.

 



 

 

 
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