NECA values tremendously the long record of labor relations
practiced by the national association, its chapters, and
its members. NECA's basic policy is that every effort should
be made by all parties concerned-the national association,
its chapters, its members, supervisory personnel, the IBEW,
and local unions-to improve labor management relations.
The goal is to provide the maximum possible productivity
per man-hour of labor to meet competition and to promote
consumer use of the trained and skilled electrical craftsmen
employed by qualified electrical contractors.
The industry and the public have earned immeasurable savings
by NECA's efforts to promote and maintain full and uninterrupted
productivity while striving for economically realistic terms
of employment. The Council on Industrial Relations is a
forum, mutually endorsed by NECA and the IBEW, which meets
quarterly for the timely and peaceful resolution of the
labor-management disputes which cannot be resolved at the
local level. Parties may jointly or unilaterally submit
disputes to the CIR and the resulting unanimous decision
becomes binding on the parties involved. For more information
about Labor Relations contact the Chapter office.
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For more detailed information, please
contact Bruce Creen or Giuseppe Muzzupappa at the Chapter office.