Marquette, Mich. – UAW Local 6000 members held an information post today to draw attention to management issues that are causing a massive exodus of talented public servants to the establishment of the Department of Health and Health Services (DHHS). “Our members are well trained, look after this community and report that they want nothing more than to note: the Kheel Center has entered into a donation contract with the BLS on the complete historical collection of the BLS Collective Agreement File, previously hosted by the National Archives and Records Administration, and such updates to these recordings as soon as they are available. For more information on the historical collection of BLS contracts, please contact the Kheel Centerhref>. You will find information about other collective agreements in our guide, unions and the Internet, collective agreements>. Beginning in 1947, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) acted under the Mandate of the Taft-Hartley Act, also known as the Labor Management Relations Act, to request collective agreements and make them available in a publicly available file. In September 2007, responsibility for maintaining collective agreements and continuing to collect these agreements was formally transferred from the BLS to the EMPLOYment Standards Administration (ESA) Laboratory Management Standards (ESA) within the U.S. Department of Labor. This transfer was the result of Secretaries Regulation 4-2007, which appeared in the federal registry on May 8, 2007. Construction Contractors Association of the Hudson Valley, Inc. (Non-residential Agreement) and The Empire State Regional Council of Carpenters (UBC), (2002) Construction Industries of Rhode Island (Heavy-Highway agreement) and The New England Regional Council of Carpenters (UBC), Local 94 (2001) Attention UAW Local 6000 Members: You may have read in the media the proposed changes to the public service rule, which would have an impact on public servants.
UAW International works closely with 6,000 UAW Local employees to access the proposal and respond. UAW Local 6000 is firmly opposed to rule changes that are negative on our. . Connecticut Construction Industrial Association, Inc. – AGC/CCIA Building Contractors Labor Divisions of Connecticut, Inc. and United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (UBC), New England Regional Council of Carpenters, Locals 24, 43 and 210 (2002) . . . San Diego, City of and San Diego Police Officers Association (2003) (MOA) Building Contractors Association of New Jersey, Drywall – Interior Systems Contractors Association of New Jersey and United Brotherhood of Carpenters – Carpenters of America (UBC), New Jersey Regional Council of Carpenters (2002) .
Walt Disney World Co. and Service Trades Council Union (STCU), UNITE HERE Local 737 (2004). Champion International Corporation and United Paperworkers International Union (UPIU), AFL-CIO Locals 193, 1137 and 1161 (1995) . . . . Boulder Valley School District RE 2J Board of Education and Boulder Valley Paraeducator Association (BVPA), (2004) (MOA) . . Associated General Contractors of California (Cement Masons Agreement) and Operative Plasterers – Cement Masons International Association of the United States – Canada (OPCM), District Council of Plasterers – Cement Masons of Northern California (2005) . New York City Transit Authority and Manhattan and Bronx Surface Transit Operating Authority, Civil Service Technical Guild, Local 375 (1999) (MOA) .