GREAT WORK: Here's a terrific video from our friends at MoDOT highlighting the outstanding work our members and their co-workers at Millstone Weber did at the U.S. 65 and Interstate 44 interchange in Springfield.
On behalf of the Western Missouri and Kansas Laborers District Council we would like to say THANK YOU to the voters in Missouri who defeated Right to Work on the August 7th Ballot.
Local 579 Business Manager Scott Howell talked with News Station KQ2 about the problems with the ruling on Public Sector Unions.
Congratulations to three of our contractor partners, E.L. Crawford, J.D. Bishop Construction and Loch Sand and Gravel, for their outstanding work with Local 579 members on what may be a record-setting curb job at Northwest Missouri State University. Here’s a story from the Maryville Forum on their efforts.
TRAINING: When you see a union laborer, you are seeing one of the best-trained, most skilled and most experienced laborers in the construction industry. Many of our members got their start as union laborers with apprenticeship training at the Laborers Training Center in Belton, MO.
It offers both classroom and hands-on instruction in every discipline a laborer will need to do the dozens of jobs they do. Here's a look at many of the important lessons laborers in Western Missouri and Kansas learn at our Belton Training Center.
Jeff Phillips, Laborers' Local 663 Communications Manager
After seeing a defense of right to work from an anti-labor spokesman printed in the Columbia Daily Tribune, our Communications and Outreach Manager, Jeff Phillips, fired back with a taste of the truth for readers in his old college town. Here’s his letter to the editor.
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