“Long-term health promotion and occupational safety and health programs mean happier, more fulfilling lives for Laborers and their families. We’ll talk with Midwest Region Laborers Health & Safety Director Kathy Utter on this edition of The Laborer.”
“With the biggest construction project in its history underway, Kansas City’s Laborers are working to make the city a better place to live and work. We’ll speak with LIUNA Local 264 Business Manager Reggie Thomas about KC’s new airport and the local’s commitment to community and social justice on this edition of The Laborer.”
“Good paying union jobs for Laborers don’t grow on trees. It takes cooperation between LIUNA and our signatory contractors to create the opportunities for our members to go to work. We’ll talk with Randy Harris, LECET Director for LIUNA Midwest Region on this edition of The Laborer.”
“Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, Laborers throughout the region are essential workers and still working to improve our infrastructure. LIUNA Local 477 Business Manager Brad Schaive joins us to talk about his local and the future of organizing on this episode of The Laborer.”
From Washington DC to your state capitol, workers rights are under attack. We’ll talk about LIUNA’s legislative agenda with Sean Stott, Director of Governmental Affairs for LIUNA Midwest Region on this edition of The Laborer.
As our country struggles through the worst health and economic crisis in a century, LIUNA Local 177 in Des Moines, Iowa is meeting the challenges head on. We’ll talk to Business Manager Mike Weckman on this edition of The Laborer.
LIUNA members are among the best trained and safest work forces in construction. From its humble beginnings to state of the art training facilities, we’ll look at the rise of LIUNA Training on this edition of The Laborer.
Indianapolis, Indiana is home to LIUNA Local 120. What are the challenges of keeping workers safe and on the job during these difficult times. We’ll talk to Local 120 Business Manager Ward Daniels on this edition of The Laborer.
Local unions and the communities they serve are the backbone of LIUNA. Local 362 in Bloomington, IL has a long history of building and supporting its hometown. We’ll talk to Business Manager Eric Penn on this edition of The Laborer.
Every day, millions of Americans go to work, do their jobs and come home to their families at the end of the day. Not all are that lucky. Every year, more than 5,000 workers die on the job. We’ll explore the origins of OSHA and the commemoration of Worker’s Memorial Day on this edition of The Laborer.