An appeals court has found that officials at J.H. Findorff hadn't in fact been retaliating against an equipment operator when it refused to hire her after she had complained about sex discrimination.Read More »
The International Union of Operating Engineers Local 139 is packing up its picket signs after the contractor SJ Louis agreed to reinstate an employee it had fired after accusing him of being a "mole" for the union.Read More »
A coalition of construction and business interests are pointing to a poll suggesting that Milwaukee-area residents favor plans to add lanes to a stretch of Interstate 94 west of downtown Milwaukee over less costly options.Read More »
The Minnesota contractor S.J. Louis says a labor union "disrespected" it by picketing a series of jobsites where the company is working to install a water pipeline in Waukesha this week.Read More »
When construction officials look back at the changes they’ve made in response to COVID-19, some of the most wide-ranging ones they see have no doubt been in the ways they provide training.
Tagged with: Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin coronavirus International Union of Operating Engineers Local 139 Terry Hayden Terry McGowan training Wayne Belanger Wisconsin Pipe Trades AssociationRead More »
When it started, 2020 looked to be off to as good a start as any year in recent memory.
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The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected a third federal lawsuit seeking to invalidate Act 10, the Wisconsin law restricting collective bargaining.Read More »
As Enbridge Energy started construction this week on one pipeline in Minnesota, it was receiving support from a coalition of union trades groups for its plans to rebuild part of its Line 5 natural gas line in northern Wisconsin.Read More »
The International Union of Operating Engineers Local 139 has reached a contract to represent workers at Sunbelt Rentals' Franksville office after a three-year dispute over the labor group's unionization drive.Read More »
A federal judge has ordered the equipment supplier Sunbelt Rentals to bargain with a labor union as the company appeals a decision forcing it to make amends for thwarting a unionization effort at its Franskville office.Read More »