Cea Collective Bargaining Agreement

Cea negotiates collective agreements regarding the contractor performing work in Northern California, including the Carpenters Master Agreement and the Laborers Master Builders Agreement. In addition, the CEA negotiates contracts for cement masons and operating engineers on behalf of its members who have signed such agreements. The success of the CEA in collective bargaining is based on the active participation of the contracting entities of their member companies, led by experienced employees. This database contains PDF copies of the collective agreements for each Michigan district for teachers, bus drivers, assistants, office workers and other employees. Union contracts include not only salaries and social benefits, but also information on class sizes, staff evaluations, school calendars and more. The Mackinac Center for Public Policy is working to update this database in a timely manner. We invite school districts to support us by sending copies of new collective agreements or links to these agreements to admin@educationreport.org. The CEA has played a leadership role in cooperating with workers and other industry groups regarding important California laws and regulations concerning the union construction industry. CEA`s security forums and popular seminars provide training and networking opportunities for CEA security officers and important field staff and are organized quarterly and are free of charge for members. In addition, the CEA Safety Committee provides representations of interest on critical safety-related issues concerning the construction industry. Each year, the CEA recognizes deserving companies through its Safety Excellence Awards program. Where in your contract you will find the following language (citing article, section and page): The professional staff of the CEA uses a preventive approach in the settlement of labour disputes and offers quality representation in claims/arbitration procedures.

In addition, the CEA provides its members with up-to-date information on work, including changes in the rate of pay and ancillary benefits and other relevant trade union issues. The CEA offers its members a wide range of services and benefits, including the annual CEA Members` General Dinner in January, quarterly safety forums, training seminars, work management partnership meetings and other associative meetings are a great opportunity for CEA members to connect with other industry leaders. The Construction Employers` Association (CEA) consists of about one hundred of the major unionized contractors (mostly general industrial and industrial contractors) who carry out construction work in Northern California. Our membership base has a public and private construction volume of over $10 billion per year. The CEA is the only organization whose sole purpose is to protect and promote the interests of the unionized commercial construction industry in Northern California. Our effectiveness as an organization is largely due to the active interest and participation of the owners and principals of the member companies. . . .