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Building your work force

There is a crisis that has been brewing within the construction industry for more than a decade. It is a problem that affects nearly every contractor and subcontractor regardless of size. Is it the price of steel? No. Although the sharply increasing price

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Housing starts

A 750 Packer Industry horizontal grinder is the main piece of equipment Bielinski Homes, working with Prairie Tree Landscape Center and WasteCap Wisconsin, uses to recycle up to 75 percent of the Waukesha-based home builder's discarded building materials

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Orders for durable goods jump

Washington - Orders to factories for costly manufactured goods, such as cars and machinery, rose by a strong 3.4 percent in March, fresh evidence that America's economic recovery is bounding ahead.

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With the hope of infusing a residential presence into its downtown district, Cudahy is again collaborating with a developer who plans to construct a condominium complex on property currently owned by the city.

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NLRB Complaints

The National Labor Relations Board is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1935 to administer the National Labor Relations Act, the primary law governing relations between unions and employers in the private sector.

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Jobless claims drop

Washington - Fewer people signed up for jobless benefits last week, a sign that companies are feeling less inclined to slash their work forces now that the economy is rebounding.

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