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WHAT IS THE LABOR GUILD?
The Labor Guild. an agency of the Archdiocese of Boston (RCAB), is a membership organization of over 1800 individuals, organizations and institutions involved in all aspects of labor-management relations. We promote good order and justice in today’s workplace by inspiring, motivating and helping men and women to act with conscience, know-how and courage in labor-management relations. Welcome!
Since 1945, the Guild has provided over 50,000 students and working practitioners with… MORE
“IF MEN AND WOMEN HAVE A RIGHT TO CAPITALIZE THEIR IDEAS AND THE RESOURCES OF THEIR COUNTRY, THEN THAT IMPLIES THE RIGHT OF MEN AND WOMEN TO CAPITALIZE THEIR LABOR.” — FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT
LABORWRITES – THE GUILD BLOG
Management Attorney Award Mark W. Batten, Esq. Partner, Proskauer Mark Batten is a partner in the Labor & Employment Law Department and co-head of the Class & Collective Actions Group at Proskauer Rose, LLP. He represents employers nationwide in several...read more
The Boyle Award David Weil, PhD Dean and Professor, Heller School for Social Policy & Management, Brandeis University Former Administrator, Wage & Hour Division, U.S. Department of Labor David Weil is the Dean and Professor of the Heller School for Social...read more
Management Award Stephen P. Affanato Executive Vice President New England Mechanical Contractors Association (NEMCA) Since beginning his career in this field in 1997, Stephen P. Affanato has been widely admired by members of the labor-management relations...read more
Want to see what goes on at Guild School? Take a look at some of the highlights throughout the term! Click on a photo to see an enlarged image.read more
“I’ve always liked school, so any classes I can take are really enlightening. Anything that can enhance your brain cells is a plus for you. And I believe that knowledge is power so the more knowledge you have the more power you have.”
– Rebecca Tearte, Senior Contract Administrator, Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA), Deer Island Treatment Plant (DITP), United Steelworkers Local 9360read more
“Last semester prepared me for a lot of experiences I have dealt with in my every day job since. Learning all that I did last semester made the choice to come back for more courses this fall a very easy one. I am currently three classes in, and I have already learned different key methods to effectively represent and advocate for my union laborers.”
– Wendall W. Gardner, Steward & Executive Board Member, (L.I.U.N.A.) Laborer’s Local 609read more
On the muggy, overcast early morning of Friday, September 15th, members, leaders and organizers from multiple Teamster locals rallied in support of their brothers on strike at Independent Piping in Canton MA. They were joined by a broad and impressive...read more
The Labor Guild is delighted to announce our 2017 Awardees. On Friday, September 15th, four outstanding individuals were selected by their peers to be honored for the professional competence, moral integrity, and personal commitment they bring to the furtherance of...read more
Young Worker Workshop Series
- Jan 28 – David vs. Goliath: How Unions Can Take On Corporate Power
- Feb 4 – Fighting Sexism in the Workplace and Beyond
- Feb 11 – Organizing Young Workers” />
- Feb 25 – Wielding Social Media for the Labor Movement
Building Trades Issues and Strategies
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Join our unique network of more than 1800 individuals and organizations from all phases of Greater Boston’s labor-management community.
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Mondays, 3/12/18 – 5/14/18
2018 Spring Term Courses!
Archdiocese Pastoral Center, Braintree
Our spring term course listings are here! Check them out and register here. Note that these courses are subject to change. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 781-340-7887.
1/2/2018 4:30 pm
GBLC Futures Committee Meeting, IBEW 103, 256 Freeport St., Dorchester, MA. Interested in organizing and building power with other young workers? Come to the first monthly meeting of 2018. For more information about the Futures Committee, visit their Facebook page.