This Week at the Guild
Why A Labor Guild?
Promoting good order and justice in today's workplace.
The collective bargaining process drives wage equality, and economic and social justice in a vibrant democracy. Since 1945, the Guild's mission has been to provide training, support, and connection through:
- Labor education, professional training, and personal development via school, workshops, forums, and conferences.
- Networking and leadership opportunities.
- Our Cushing-Gavin Awards honoring our labor relations since 1967.
For as little as $20/year, not only will you be supporting our mission of fighting for just workplaces and communities, you'll have access to:
- A growing library of online labor education courses from some of the nation's top labor professionals
- Early access to workshops, forums, and classes
- Your choice of a print or emailed Labor Life newsletter
- Membership card
Join over 1800 other individuals and organizations!
School of Labor-Management Relations
The Labor Guild has continuously provided labor education since 1953.
Today, our School of Labor-Management relations hosts Spring and Fall classes at our Braintree, MA headquarters and virtually via Zoom. We hope you'll join us for an upcoming class.
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December 1, 2023, @ IBEW Local 103
Each year, the Evangelize Boston office of the Archdiocese of Boston holds the Bishop Healy Dinner. Bishop James Augustine Healy was the first African American of mixed descent that became…
*Authored by the Labor Guild’s 2023 Boyle Fellow, Bruce Tran* On September 1st, 2023, I attended the Labor Day breakfast event at the Boston Park Plaza. I had arrived early…
The Guild was saddened to learn of the passing of former Board Member Rafael Santana, formerly of Ironworkers Local 7. Rafael was on the Guild Board of Directors from 2006-2009.…