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  • Assembly Bill 2358, which applies new prevention of harassment and discrimination requirements for building trades apprenticeship programs in California, will take effect on January 1, 2019.  This le
  • In a major win for the Building Trades on Tuesday, Sacramento City Council voted 7-2 in favor of a citywide PLA for all public works projects over $1 million dollars. This ordinance will apply to upco
  • San Diego Building Trades political director Carol Kim lent an old-school twist today on the new trend in employment – the gig economy. “The gig economy is where a worker goes from gig to gig,
  • A coalition spearheaded by the California State Building Trades achieved a major win on November 6th as Prop 6, an attempt to repeal SB 1 and the thousands of construction jobs it has already created,
  • SB 954 (Hertzberg-2016), legislation sponsored by the State Building Trades Council was upheld by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth District.  In a decisive victory for all construction workers
  • On May 14th, the Community College Board of Governors approved revisions to Title 5 regulations covering the minimum qualifications for apprenticeship instructors. This caps a more than two-year effor