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In Support of the Pro-Act

In Support of the Pro-Act

It has been said. “Those who do not heed the lessons of history, are destined to repeat them.” During the mid-19th Century In the midst of our Industrial Revolution and transformation from an agrarian society to one of production, we saw tremendous strife between the...

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Jobs Openings at the Labor Guild

Jobs Openings at the Labor Guild

The Labor Guild is accepting applications for two jobs: Executive Director The Executive-Director is responsible for the day-to-day activities of the Guild and will have overall responsibility for the Labor Guild’s staff, its programs and the execution of its mission,...

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In Memoriam – Jack Coughlan

The Guild remembers Jack Coughlan, a long-time Labor Guild member, volunteer, and friend. He was the husband of Pat Coughlan, Fr. Ed Boyle's sister. They were both terrific people, they truly loved the Guild and helped out on many Guild elections. Jack had a great...

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THE GUILD SCHOOL—SPRING 2021

The Labor Guild School of Labor Management Relations: Spring 2021 137th Term
All classes will be run virtually through zoom

School Starts Monday, March 8th and runs through Thursday, May 20th

New School Format

  • Each class meets on the same day of the week for four weeks from 6:30 to 8:30
  • The first set of classes run from the week of March 8th to the week of April. 5th
  • The second set of classes run from the week of April 19th to the week of May 20th

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

UPCOMING EVENTS

December 3: CGA

BECOME A GUILD MEMBER

Join our unique network of more than 1800 individuals and organizations from all parts of Greater Boston’s labor-management community.

Labor Guild Youth Caucus

The Youth Caucus is the Labor Guild’s young workers’ group. Check out the Youth Caucus and its upcoming workshops in February!

STAY INFORMED

Nominations now open for 2021 CGA

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