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Construction Labor Report™

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What this service is:

Follow the key labor and employment issues critical to all segments of the construction industry—union, non-union, or dual shop—with unique, targeted news reports from Construction Law Report.

What it helps you do:

  • Get the most objective news in the industry—whether you're in management, labor, government, education, or a trade association.
  • Make sure you have the latest information on labor-management issues.
  • Get an unbiased look at all significant regulatory, legislative, and industry developments that affect the way you do business.
  • Review on-target state news reports from around the country.
  • Make sense of complex statutes, regulations, policies, and legal procedures affecting the construction industry with Bloomberg BNA's well-organized, clearly written information.
  • Monitor actions by management in union and open shops, as well as union/employee reactions and tactics.
  • Use current economic statistics to benchmark and stay competitive—including the consumer price index, housing starts, construction expenditures, unemployment rates, wage earnings, cost of living, and more.
  • Rely on BNA Insights articles written by expert practitioners for additional analysis and essential data.
  • Read about precedent-setting decisions and wage and hour rulings to prepare your case before the courts or the NLRB.
  • Consult full-text source materials, such as NLRB decisions, proposed and final regulations, jurisdictional agreements between building trade unions, arbitration awards in wage and contract disputes, and wage and hour rulings.
  • Take advantage of Bloomberg BNA's experience. Since 1955, Construction Labor Report has been considered an indispensable asset by all those who track developments in the industry.
Product Structure

Notification: current reports providing news and developments

Formats and Frequency

Print and web notification formats are issued and available weekly. Print current reports are indexed quarterly, cumulating annually. Web current reports are archived to 2/14/1996. E-mail summaries, providing the highlights and table of contents for each report, with URLs to full-text articles and documents are also available.

  • Affirmative action
  • Apprentices
  • Arbitration decisions
  • Collective bargaining
  • Contractor associations
  • Court and administrative decisions
  • EEO
  • Employee benefits
  • Federal and state legislation
  • Government regulations
  • Health and safety
  • Independent contractors
  • Jobsite accidents
  • Jurisdictional disputes
  • Labor laws
  • Minority business enterprises
  • Mixed crews
  • NLRB decisions
  • Pension and benefits matters
  • Prevailing wage laws
  • Productivity
  • Project labor agreements
  • Substance abuse and control
  • Training
  • Transportation
  • Union job targeting programs
  • Union organizing
  • Worker shortages
  • Workers' compensation insurance
  • Workforce demographics