Courtesy of Transportation California Governor Newsom released his May Revision to his 2020-21 State Budget proposal Thursday, May 14 which lays out his plan for dealing with the $54.3 billion budget deficit created by the ongoing public health crisis. While the January 2020-21 State Budget was predicated on a nearly $6 billion budget surplus and… Read more »
Our blog section contains press releases issued by LECET Southwest, original writings on projects being built by LIUNA members and their contractors and pieces on the activities of LIUNA and their affiliated offices. We also post articles written by some of our friends. Take a look at the latest.
Katherine “Kat” Norve had a comfortable job working as an executive assistant at a public relations firm, but office life just was not the right fit. “I had a nice office window at the PR firm but always felt like I wanted to be outside,” Norve says. “I made good money back then, but not… Read more »
638 New LIUNA Journeymembers Enter Southern California’s Construction Industry Another Record Number of Apprentices Graduate in 2019 Azusa, Calif. – (Business Wire) – The Laborers’ Training and Retraining Trust of Southern California celebrates the advancement of 638 apprentices to LIUNA journeymen and journeywomen status at the 2019 Apprenticeship Graduation Ceremony on Saturday, January 18, 2020…. Read more »
Effective January 2018, AB 1701, codified as Labor Code section 218.7, created general contractor liability for subcontractors’ wage violations on private construction projects. This liability had already existed for general contractors on public works pursuant to Labor Code section 1743(a). The liability created by AB 1701 extends only to any unpaid wage, fringe benefit, or… Read more »
Instructor certification program sets LIUNA Training apart By Bernadette Rivera, Administrator LIUNA Training and Education Fund Teaser: LIUNA Training’s independent accreditation provides Trade Instructors with credential in adult education. When LIUNA Training set out to define excellence in training, the organization knew that validation had to come from an independent, third-party accrediting body. Because workforce… Read more »