Employment. Labor market.
In a major expansion of the Facebook data center in Prineville, Oregon, a general contractor is using low-wage nonunion ironworkers from out of state.
Building trades union leaders are irked that some of the work on the Facebook data center in Prineville is going to nonunion subcontractors that pay below area-standard wages and use workers from out of state.
The Adrenaline Peak roller coaster opens March 24.
“Trillion” was just a marketing slogan. Now Trump wants to sell Bonneville Power assets.
Integrity Machinery Moving is accused of underbidding union contractors while employing nonunion workers and paying them below area-standard wages and benefits.
Oregon State Building Trades signed a project labor agreement with UO and Hoffman Construction on the project, which will be built in four phases over 10 years and employ up to 1,300 construction workers.
Coming in March: Union jobs with family wages and benefits.
National Building Trades call the change in a position a betrayal.
Millennium Bulk Terminals wants to turn a mothballed aluminum smelter into the West Coast’s largest coal export terminal.
IATSE warns local TV news will worsen if FCC allows Sinclair takeover.