Mark Jones began working for EthosEnergy in 1997 as an apprentice and forklift operator. Last year, EthosEnergy promoted him to senior vice president of union field services.
The U.S. Senate confirmed Marty Walsh as secretary of the Labor Department on March 22.
Millwright Local 1192, which covers Alabama, Mississippi, and the Florida Panhandle, has purchased a 6,080-square-foot office building to accommodate rapid growth.
The U.S. Labor Department is proposing to rescind two final rules that would significantly weaken protections afforded to American workers under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Travis Harkey of Atkins, Arkansas, has been doing mechanical work since he was 14, but he didn’t find out what a millwright was until he was 27.
OSHA is conducting a COVID-19 national emphasis program focused on high-risk industries and employers that retaliate against employees who complain about workplace hazards.
The Amazon election could signal the growth of labor unions in general, after decades of decline, if legislation such as the PRO Act were to become law.
A $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill called the American Rescue Plan became law on March 11.
The new Charlotte training center sets the stage for state-of-the-art training and new industry partnerships.
The SSMRC recently paid off a $1.3 million mortgage on the Houston training center in exchange for the center setting up a travel fund for apprentices living more than 75 miles from the center.