Laborers’ are known for our commit- ment to excellence. Our skilled craft workers have built the roads, pipelines and infrastructure that keep America moving. Now, we have the opportunity to ...
Buck Up / $5 for the Fight
BUCKUP FOR A UNION BROTHER OR SISTER, SHARE AND CARE FOR ONE ANOTHER. We have been asked to join in a community-wide Labor effort to help our union brothers and sisters and families...
Find out more about government offices and how to contact your local and state representatives.
Come to the monthly meetings: 2nd Wednesday of every month at 6.
Tips, Deals and Discounts for Union Members
You know about your union's collective bargaining power. Collective Bargains use the same collective negotiating strength of more than 13 million union members to negotiate solid values for consumer programs available from nationally known providers.
Visit Collective Bargains for more tips, discounts, and deals at: http://www.unionplus.org/blog
The Midwest Region Laborers’ Health and Safety Fund (MRLHSF) was established in 1999 to assist union members and signatory contractors in protecting their welfare on and off the jobsite. The Health and Safety Fund coordinates activities with Local Unions and signatory contractors to increase worker productivity and decrease worker injuries through the creation of a safe, healthier workplace.
If you have questions about the Health and Safety Fund please phone: (217) 522-3293 or(800) 218-2253 or visit the website at http://www.mrlhsf.org/
Consult A Doctor provides members with on-demand, 24/7 phone and e-mail access to U.s. based, licensed physicians. You and your family members can connect instantly with our network 0 physicians for information, advice, and treatment including prescription medication, when appropriate. Consult A Doctor's services are available to you at home, work, or wherever you may be.
For more information call 1-877-362-2667 or visit the website at: http://www.consultadr.com
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Voting is one of the most important things you can do as a Union member. So please register to vote. Politics impact every aspect of your private and public life. Prevailing wage, Right-to-Work for less, protections in the workplace and even your ability to collectively bargain can be impacted by election results.
Please vote in every election. The ability to earn a good wage and for our signatory contractors to be competitive in the market depends on your vote.
The Missouri Laborers’ Legislative Committee represents the political needs of nearly 14,000 Missouri Laborers' Union members and ensures the membership has a voice in Missouri state government and Washington D.C. The MLLC works to protect and strengthen workers rights through the legislative process; MLLC also works to help elect legislators who share the views of Missouri Laborers and our signatory contractors.
The Missouri Laborers’ Legislative Committee (MLLC) is a seven member board with three members from the Eastern Missouri Laborers’ District Council, three members from the Western Missouri and Kansas Laborers’ District Council and the Director of Legislative and Governmental Affairs. These seven members collaborate and discuss legislative priorities and candidates running for elected office.
The MLLC, as a statewide clearinghouse for legislative and political decisions, ensures that the Laborers’ Union and its Missouri membership has continuity and support for its decisions from all four corners of the state.
If you would like to learn more or would like to get involved, e-mail:
Legislative and Governmental Affairs
Missouri Jobs with Justice is a coalition of community, labor, student and religious groups committed to fighting together for economic justice in Missouri. Most of us have been working together for years on one issue or another. Jobs with Justice gives us a chance to remain united and respond quickly when action is needed
Through United Way’s community programs and partner agencies, we reach 1 in 3 people living right here in Missouri and Illinois. People you know -- living in your neighborhood, going to your kids’ schools, working alongside you every day.