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  • 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,
  • Feb. 1, 2018 – In a Sacramento Bee op-ed column, SBCTC President Robbie Hunter has taken issue with some misinformation that is circulating in the state about a so-called labor shortage in Cali
  • Republican legislators Jim Patterson and Andy Vidak did their best this week to try and kill 1,582 critically-needed jobs in the San Joaquin Valley. Luckily, they failed. Patterson, the GOP assemblyma
  • Oct. 13, 2017 – The State Building and Construction Trades Council has finalized a five-year Project Labor Agreement with California’s biggest oil refiner, the Tesoro Corp. Monday’s deal th
  • Sept. 13, 2017 – In a major victory for the State Building Trades, two contractors that lodged a legal challenge to a state law that improves safety in California’s oil refineries have droppe
  • Sept. 7, 2017 – If you thought that the California High Speed Rail project wasn’t much more than the subject of controversy, you need to check out all the construction that’s happening in t