After the contract is ratified, any employer who has transferred its bargaining rights to the MCO has the right to accept or refuse the agreement. AGC offers employment contracts and contracts negotiated between AGC and the five core trades. Current collective agreements and salary/fringe summaries are available here. Members who have signed agreements negotiated by the MCO on behalf of their signatory contractors may, upon request, participate in negotiations with AGC on a single employer basis with one or all of the following unions: Note: Previous salary/fringe summaries may be obtained upon request. Please contact Andrew Ledbetter. Our new open-shop contact will soon be named. In the meantime, if we can help, please call our headquarters at 206.284.0061. Dual-Gate This package defines the procedure set out in the National Labor Relations Act that isolates a union and secondment employers and thus allows other neutral contractors to continue working. AGC members in Washington can purchase printed double door signs and a guide to setting up a double door system for $20 plus couple taxes at the Seattle AGC office – (1200 Westlake Avenue N, Suite 301). Contact Penny Schmitt at 206.284.0061. Click here to see.
Penny Schmitt Working Relations/Security Assistantpschmitt@agcwa.comTel. 206.812.4864 Jobsite Labor Relations Manual maintains sections on what to do before and during a strike and how to set up a dual-gate system. Click here to see. Andrew Ledbetter Director, Labour Relations email@example.comTel. 206.812.4865 AGC assists all its contractors on employment matters, including contract interpretation, advice on complaints and regulatory advice, advice on contractual obligations for discipline and burden relief, wage and ancillary benefit information, current wage laws and the Davis Bacon Act. Any company affiliated with the MCO may receive assistance in labour relations in the event of problems related to picketing or other union organizing efforts. AGC can help you with your dual-gate system and signage. Contact Bob Timmons, Head of Reflection at AGC, for more information. Click here to see the Substance Industry Industry Program – Divers` Addendum and Central Washington Annex III of the Carpenters` Master Agreement. In Washington State, there are many training opportunities. Click here to see.
AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter negotiates with the five major unions on a single employer basis.