1989 SMACNA labor relations analysis of the state of the unionized sheet metal industry
Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors' National Association, Inc., 1989 - Crafts & Hobbies - 38 pages
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Competitiveness at the National Level
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apprentice bargaining agreement Baton Rouge Carlough Chapter Responding Chapters indicated Chapters reported classified worker collective bargaining Compared to 1988 construction activity construction industry continues to experience contractors more competitive currently available downturn drug/alcohol testing economic Enter percentage Equality Fund full employment gained or lost individual contractors Integrity Clause Job Targeting Programs journeyman journeymen Labor Relations ln my area ln your area lndicate percentage Lost or Gained man-hours market share Mean Responding Percentage metal work ln Metal Work Performed NJAB Nonunion 15 nonunion competition nonunion contractors nonunion element nonunion sector nonunion shops percent of Chapters percentage of sheet performed by union questionnaires recognition language residential Resolution 78 Respond to Question responding Chapters Responding Percentage Increased result SFUA changes SFUA negotiations sheet metal contractors sheet metal industry sheet metal workers SMACNA Chapters SMACNA's Labor Committee SMOHI SMWIA specialty agreements total wage/fringe package Unaffected by Nonunion union contractors unionized sheet metal upper peninsula