Employment. Labor market.
Two union training centers partner with high schools to revitalize career and technical education
Looking to avert cuts in roads and parks, union finds $120 million in an obscure City fund.
Hundreds of non-local construction workers are brought in to work on the Vancouver waterfront.
TriMet says the $1.5 billion project will create up to 14,500 jobs by its September 2015 finish.
Laborers Local 483 members turn out for a protest near Legacy hospital.
The contract for a new police station went to an out-of-state, nonunion electrical contractor.
The St. Johns facility was the last Oregon manufacturer of cans.
The short-lived, briefly-union bar closed its doors Oct. 29.
It seems the union workforce at Portland’s former Freightliner truck plant is competitive after all.
Kaiser’s new hospital in Hillsboro is being constructed all-union, and will operate union too.