Labor and industrial relations are a vital part of TAUC’s collaborative effort to help our members win more business and grow the union construction and maintenance industry as a whole.
Building a positive future means building positive relationships. As an advocate for its members, TAUC seeks to strengthen the channels of communication between union contractors, union crafts and the owner-client community through progressive management practices. This “tripartite” approach ultimately leads to positive employment relationships. TAUC’s longstanding key relationships with fourteen (14) international construction unions is unique to any national contractor association and fundamental to TAUC’s purpose of serving as a voice for the entire union construction and maintenance industry.
TAUC’s Industrial Relations Committee consists of labor relations professionals from a variety of union contractors, both large and small, specializing in all types of construction that service a wide variety of industries. The Committee provides a forum for its members to meet several times throughout the year to address various opportunities that exist in our industry.
TAUC works closely with its sister organization, the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, Inc. (NMAPC), a labor-management committee dedicated to providing sustainable work opportunities to its contractors and union crafts while also offering significant value to the owner-client community.
TAUC’s labor relations staff is available to assist member contractors on a variety of different topics related to the construction industry.