Links to the existing collective agreements between the State of Alaska and the various collective agreement units represented by organized public servants are listed below. Please note that the Kheel Center has entered into a donation contract with the BLS for the entire historical collection of the BLS Collective Agreements file, previously hosted by the National Archives and Records Administration, and to update these records as they become available. For more information on the historical collection of BLS contracts, please contact the Kheel Centerhref>. ASEA/AFSCME Local 52 achieves dignity and respect in the workplace for 7,500 state and municipal employees across Alaska through collective bargaining and lobbying on wages, benefits and working conditions. JUNEAU — A large union of Alaska public employees filed a complaint and said the state was wrongly trying to relocate IT jobs. Construction Contractors Association of the Hudson Valley, Inc. (Non-Residential Agreement) and The Empire State Regional Council of Carpenters (UBC), (2002) The Alaska State Employees Association/AFSCME Local 52 said Tuesday that a feasibility study should have been conducted under a collective agreement. Construction Industries of Rhode Island (Heavy-Highway Agreement) and The New England Regional Council of Carpenters (UBC), Local 94 (2001) For information on other collective agreements, see our guide, unions and the Internet, collective agreements>. Verizon New York Inc., Telesector Resources Group, Inc., Empire City Subway Company (Limited), Verizon Avenue Inc., Verizon Advanced Date Inc., Verizon Corporate Services Corporation (Downstate) and Communications Workers of America (CWA), District 1 (2003) AFL-CIO District 1 (2003) Both the police union and the police chief made statements after Floyd`s death, denouncing the act that led to Floyd`s death and emphasizing their commitment to best practices, such as education, in an implicit bias. Earlier this month, the administration department announced a digital alliance with Microsoft and plans to collaborate on various initiatives, including efforts to modernize public information technologies.
Beginning in 1947, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) acted under the Mandate of the Taft-Hartley Act, also known as the Labor Management Relations Act, to request collective agreements and make them available in a publicly available file. In September 2007, responsibility for maintaining collective agreements and continuing to collect these agreements was formally transferred from the BLS to the EMPLOYment Standards Administration (ESA) Laboratory Management Standards (ESA) within the U.S. Department of Labor. This transfer was the result of Secretaries Regulation 4-2007, which appeared in the federal register on May 8, 2007. . . Mason Contractors Exchange of Southern California, Inc. and International Union of Bricklayers – Allied Craftworkers (BAC), Bricklayers Local 4 (2001) New York Structural Steel Painting Contractors Association, Inc. and Structural Steel and Bridge Painters of Greater New York, District Council No. 9, International Union of Painters and Allied Trades (IUPAT), AFL-CIO, Local 806 (2000) [The documents in the index below are in portable document format (.pdf) and can be very large files. It can take a long time to check or download.
To view these documents, you need to download and use Adobe Acrobat or a similar player that is available at the bottom of this page.] . . . Eastern Contractors Association, Inc. (Heavy and Highway Agreement) and Adirondack – Vicinity District Council, United Brotherhood of Carpenters – Joiners of America (UBC), Locals 12, 120, 229, et al.