Council on Wage and Price Stability to Study Construction Wages

by Albert Rees on September 28, 2009
by Albert Rees

Albert Rees, Director of the Council on Wage and Price Stability, announced today that the Council will conduct a study of collective bargaining agreements reached in the West Coast construction industry since the termination of the Construction Industry Stabilization Committee (CISC) on April 30, 1974. The study is prompted by the Council’s concern at the size of some recent West Coast settlements, and will consider bargaining patterns in major areas such as San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Portland. Mr. Rees lso announced that the Council will hold a formal public hearing in Seattle on July 17, to consider the settlement reached there recently between the Mechanical Contractors Association of Washington State and Local #32 of the United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters.

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