SWACCA Applauds U.S. Department of Labor on Training and Employment Notice (TEN) on Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs
The U.S. Secretary of Labor R. Alexander Acosta and the Department of Labor (DOL) issued on Friday, July 27th a Training and Employment Notice (TEN) on Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs. This is an encouraging development in SWACCA's fight to defend the widespread and effective apprenticeship programs in the construction industry.Read More
Walls & Ceilings Features SWACCA’s Participation In White House Workforce Training EventRead More
SWACCA Participates in White House Workforce Training Event
On Thursday, July 19th, leadership of the Signatory Wall and Ceiling Contractors Alliance joined other national trade associations at the White House for a Presidential event on workforce training. As part of the event, SWACCA pledged that it would provide at least 50,000 people high-quality career training opportunities over the next five years through the joint labor-management training programs that SWACCA members help to fund with their union partners.
SWACCA Opposes Right to Work Proposition in MissouriRead More