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Characteristics of
Construction Agreements,
1972-73
Bulletin 1819

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Bureau of Labor Statistics




Characteristics of
Construction Agreements,
1972-73
Bulletin 1819

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Peter J. Brennan, Secretary
BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
Julius Shiskin, Commissioner
1974

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P re fa c e

This is the first o f a two-part study o f provisions in construction industry collective
bargaining agreements. For this study, agreements were selected to represent a variety
o f construction crafts in large metropolitan areas. In this first bulletin, the prevalences
o f selected provisions are presented in the form o f tabulations; analytical comments and
illustrative clauses will follow in the second bulletin. The agreements were selected in
part from the files o f the Bureau’s Division o f Industrial Relations and were supple­
mented by agreements on file with the Construction Industry Wage Stabilization
Committee, whose cooperation and assistance in this study are gratefully acknowledged.
This bulletin was prepared in the Bureau’s Division o f Industrial Relations by
Winston L. Tillery, Carl A. Batlin, and Edward F. Hanley, Jr.




in

In tro d u ctio n ...............................................................................................................................................................................

1

Tables: Construction agreements, 1972-73
Part I.

Identifying characteristics o f agreements studied ..............................................................................................
1. Expiration, by year and month
.................................................................................................................
2.
Expiration, by union ...................................................................................................................................
3. Duration .......................................................................................................................

2
3
3
4

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Region .............................................................................................................................................................
Size o f bargaining unit, by union ..............................................................................................................
By union and major activity .......................................................................................................................
B ySM SA ........................................................................................................................................................
By SMS A , multiple area coverage ..............................................................................................................

4
4
5
6
7

9.

By employer unit

8

..........................................................................................................................................

10.

Part II.

By geographical scope ...................................................

8

11.

By c r a f t .....................................................

8

Union security, management rights, and other noneconom ic provisions

....................................................

9

................................................................................

10

12.

Union security and ch eck off provisions, by union

13.

C heckoff provisions, by type o f union security

14.

Selection, paid time, and “ superseniority” for stewards, by union

15.

Antidiscrimination and special minority program provisions

16.

Management rights and “ favored nations” provisions, by union

17.

Unrestricted work practices provisions, by union

18.

Selected foreman provisions, by union

................................

10
....................................................

.............................................................

11
11

........................................................

12

..................................................................................

12

.....................................................................................................

13

19.

Ratio o f foremen to w o r k m e n ...................................................

13

20.

Minimum number o f workmen requiring a foreman

13

Part III. Apprenticeship and training provisions

.......................

..............................................................................................................

14

21.

Selected apprenticeship and training provisions, by u n i o n ....................................................................

15

22.

Apprenticeship ratios

23.

Prerequisites for entry into apprenticeship programs

24.

Length o f apprenticeship programs, by union

Part IV. Hiring and referral provisions
25.

...................................................................................................................................

15

...........................................................................

16

.......................................................................................

16

.................................................................................................................................

17

Selected hiring provisions, by union

.........................................................................................................

18

26.

Advance notice o f project start ..........................................................

18

27.

Pre-job conference provisions

18

28.

Source o f hiring

29.

Order o f referral for new employm ent, by union

..................................................................................

19

30.

Selected referral systems rules, by u n i o n ............................ . ....................................................................

20




.....................................................................................................................

......................................................................

19

Tables— Continued
Part IV. Hiring and referral provisions— Continued
31.

Penalty for violation o f referral r u le s ............. .....................................................................................

20

32.

21

33.
Part V .

Pre-hiring examination provisions ..............................................................................................................
Provisions for employment o f older w o r k e r s ...........................................................................................

21

Seasonality, safety, and related provisions

.........................................................................................................

22

34.

Inclement weather provisions, by union

..................................................................................................

23

35.

Employer obligations for employees safety, by u n i o n ...........................................................................

23

36.

Rights and obligations o f employees on safe working conditions, by u n io n .......................

24

37.

Labor-management safety committee p rov ision s....................................................................................

24

Part VI. Provisions governing working conditions .........................................................................................................
38. Provisions for advance notice o f layoff, by union
.............................................................................

25
26

39.

Rules limiting use o f specified materials, tools, or equipment, by union ........................................

27

40.
41.

Selected rules on repairs, by union .........................................................................................................
Jurisdiction o f equipment repairs ............................................................................................................

27
28

42.
43.
44.
45.

Penalty provisions for poor workmanship
...........................................................................................
Rules governing crew size, height, and weight, by union ....................................................................
Construction standards and limitations on subcontracting, by union .............................................
Restrictions on working employers, non-bargaining unit personnel, and employee transfers,
by union ......................................................................................................................................................
Employee transfer restrictions ................................................................................................................
Provisions for furnishing, replacing and storing tools, by u n io n ........................................................
Selected employee facilities, by union ..................................................................................................
Work clothing furnished by employer .....................................................................................................

28
28
29
29
30
30
31
31

Part VII. Hours, overtime, and premium pay provisions
..............................................................................................
50.
Overtime provisions, by union ................................................................................................................
51. Scheduled daily work hours, by union ....................................................................................................
52.
Daily overtime rates, by daily overtime hours .......................................................................................
53.
Scheduled weekly hours, by union .........................................................................................................
54. Weekly overtime rates, by weekly overtime h o u r s ................................................................................
55.
Overtime rates for work outside regularly scheduled hours, by union .............................................
56.
Graduated overtime provisions ................................................................................................................
57. Premium pay rates for Saturday and Sunday work
...........................................................................
58.
Graduated Saturday premiums ................................................................................................................
59.
Restrictions on working hours, by union ..............................................................................................
60.
Limitations on schedule changes
............................................................................................................

32
33
33
34
34
35
35
36
36
36
37
37

46.
47.
48.
49.

61.

Overtime restrictions

62.

Restrictions on shift work

.................................................................................................................................

63.

Restrictions on weekend work

.......................................................................................................................

Part VIII. Wages and wage-related provisions

................................................................................................................

38
38
38

...................................................................................................................

39

Basic rate structure, by union ..................................................................................................................
Wage adjustment provisions, by union ..................................................................................................

40
40

66.

Wage and fund security provisions, by union

41

67.

Penalty for wage and fund payment default

64.
65.




...................: .................................................................
...................................................................

41

Tables— Continued
Part VIII. Wages and wage-related provisions— Continued
68. Provisions for maintenance o f higher rate in temporary change o f classification, by major
activity

........................................................................................................................................................

41

69.

Travel and transportation allowances, by major activity

....................................................................

42

70.
71.
72.

Transporation allowance provisions .......................................................................................................
Type o f shift differentials, by union .......................................................................................................
Money differentials for shiftwork ............................................................................................................

42
43
43

73.
74.
75.
76.

Variations in shiftwork hours ...................................................................................................................
Pay differentials for hazardous and abnormal conditions, by union ...............................................
Cents-per-hour pay differentials for hazardous or abnormal c o n d itio n s .......................
Percentage pay differentials for hazardous or abnormal c o n d it io n s ...................................

43
44
44
44

Part IX. Paid and unpaid leave ............................................................................................................................................
77. Selected payments for time not worked, by union ..............................................................................
78. Paid meal during overtime hours and premium pay for work during regular meal period,

45
46

79.

by union ......................................................................................................................................................
Number o f guaranteed hours o f pay or work in call-inor call-back, by wage rate ........................

46
47

80.
81.
82.
83.
84.
85.

Reporting pay guarantees ..........................................................................................................................
Reporting pay for newly hired e m p lo y e e s .....................................
Waiver o f reporting pay provisions .........................................................................................................
Paid vacation plans ......................................................................................................................................
Number o f holidays, by union .................................................................................................................
Premium pay rates for work on paid holidays, by union ....................................................................

47
47
47
47
48
49

86.

Premium pay rates for work on unpaid holidays, by union ...............................................................

49

Dispute settlement procedures ............................................................................................................................
87. Dispute settlement procedures, by union ..............................................................................................

50
51

88.
89.

Type o f jurisdictional dispute procedure provisions..............................................................................
No strikes, no lockouts, by union ............................................................................................................

51
51

Part XI. Employee benefits .................................................................................................................................................
90.
Employee benefit funds, by union ..........................................................................................................
91. Industry advancement funds and workmen’s compensation insurance, by union .........................

52
53
53

Appendix. Subject index o f agreement provisions .........................................................................................................

54

Part X .




C h a r a c te r is tic s o f C o n s tru c tio n A g r e e m e n ts , 1 9 7 2 -7 3

Introduction
Traditionally, the construction industry has held an

in effect on or after April 1, 1972.

This coverage

compares with an annual average o f 3,521,000 workers
employed in the construction industry in 1972. Agree­

for relatively large proportions o f total employment as

ments were selected, to the extent they were available,
for 26 standard construction crafts for each o f the 66

important position in the national econom y, accounting
well as gross investment. The industry is characterized

largest Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas— that is,

by several factors which distinguish it from other indus­

those

tries:

500,000 or more.
When two or more agreements
covered the same craft and SMSA, the largest in terms
o f worker coverage was used.

workmen generally are highly skilled; they are

highly mobile between employers and geographical
areas; unions are single craft rather than industrial, and
exercise considerable control over the labor supply;
many contracting firms are small and highly specialized;
and employment is subject to seasonal factors and
rapidly changing construction technologies.
Collective bargaining in the industry has becom e a
subject o f increasing interest as exemplified by the
establishment o f the Construction Industry Stabili­
zation Committee in 1971. But (with the exception o f
wage rates) relatively little research on the subject has
been carried on. In the past, the Bureau has included
construction among the other major industries in its
studies o f agreement provisions. This bulletin and its
companion are the Bureau’ s first devoted exclusively to
the construction industry and to the extensive analysis
o f its collective bargaining agreements.
The 769 agreements chosen for this study covered
1,213,317 workers, represented by 16 unions, and were




SMSA’ s having

1970

Census

populations

of

In this bulletin, tabulations are presented on a wide
variety o f provisions; some are peculiar to construction,
others are com m on to all industries. O f the latter, some
prevalences do not differ greatly from those o f other
industries; others indicate a distinct construction in­
dustry pattern.
A caveat should be inserted— these
tabulations reflect only our understanding o f the lan­
guage o f the agreements, which is open to alternative
interpretations. It is also possible that the terms o f the
agreements do not necessarily reflect the actual prac­
tices on the jo b site.
In addition to preparing this bulletin, the Bureau’ s
Office o f Wages and Industrial Relations is expanding its
research in the construction industry with three other
studies. These include a study o f work stoppages, an
analysis o f health and retirement plans, and a survey o f
wage rates and selected fringe benefits.




Part I

Identifying Characteristics of
Agreements Studied

Expiration
Duration
Region
Size o f unit
Major activity
SMSA
Employer unit
Geographical scope
Craft

E xp iration

W ork ers

A g ree m en ts

A l l a g r e e m e n ts

Expiration

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

769

1972

206
47
60
49
18
12
7
4
3
6
385
2
1
33
103
97
78
22
28
8
5
2
6
117
1
1

1974— Continued
M a rc h ------------A p r i l --------------M a y -----------------J u n e ----------------J u l y -----------------A u g u s t ------------S e p t e m b e r ----O c to b e r ----------N o v e m b e r ------D e c e m b e r ------1975 ----------------------

4 1 0 , 695

A p r i l -------------------M a y ----------------------June ---------------------J u l y ----------------------A u gu st ----------------S ep tem b er ---------O c t o b e r ---------------N o v e m b e r -----------D e ce m b e r ------ 1973 ----------------------------

1 1 8 ,5 5 0
18 5, 085
5 5 ,4 8 0
15, 990
1 5 ,7 7 5
1 2 ,3 6 5
875
840
5, 735
4 7 0 , 195
235
4 , 100
7 1 ,7 3 0
128, 165
95 , 650
1 1 4 ,2 6 0
1 5 ,4 9 0
2 4 ,2 9 5
2 , 875
4, 730
665
8 , 000
2 5 4 ,2 2 2

J a n u a r y ---------------F e b r u a r y ------------M a r c h ------------------A p r il -------------------M a y ----------------------June ---------------------j u l y -----------------------------

A u gu st ----------------S ep tem b er ---------O c t o b e r ---------------N o v e m b e r -----------D e c e m b e r -----------1974 --------------------------J a n u a r y ---------------F e b r u a r y ------------

T ab le 2 .

A g ree m en ts

17
22
26
35
9
2
2
1
1

6 2 ,1 7 5

1
12
14
13
10
4
2
1
1

28, 130
9, 525
1 3 ,7 6 0
5, 440
3, 180
340
50
100

1

750

1

1976 ■

1 1 ,8 1 5
22 , 047
3 7 ,2 8 0
164, 625
1 1 ,6 1 5
325
975
300
190

59

J a n u a r y -----F e b ru ary M a r c h -------A p r i l ---------M a y ------------June ----------J u ly ------------A ugu st ------Septem ber •
O ctober —
N ovem b er •
D e ce m b er -

50

W ork ers

30

900

16 , 000

1 9 7 7 --------M arc h

5, 000

16 , 000

E x p ira tio n of construction ag re em en ts, by u nion, 19 72—73

A gree m en ts
A ll u n io n s ----------------------------------A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F I A ) ---------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------Iron w ork e rs (B S O IW )------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) -------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) --------------E le v a to r C o n str u c to r s (IU E C )--------O p eratin g E n gin eers (I U O E ) -----------L a b o r e r s (L I U N A ) -----------------------------L a th e r s ( W W M L )--------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) -----------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )----------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) ----------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W ) --------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s ( S M W ) -----------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) ---------------------------------

E xpiration

A ll
agreem ents

Union1

W o rk ers

1972
A g r e e m e n ts

1973
W ork ers

A g ree m en ts

1974
W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

197 5 and la ter2
W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

206

4 1 0 ,6 9 5

385

4 7 0 ,1 9 5

117

2 5 4 ,2 2 2

61

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6 , 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
7 0 ,8 4 0
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 9 0 ,6 9 5
7 7 ,2 7 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
70, 420
30, 936
6 8 ,2 4 5
1 3 ,2 3 1
42, 290
5 2 ,3 9 0

7
3
22
15
22
18
1
11
16
13
12
13
18
10
14
11

2,210
10, 650
1 7 ,6 4 0
18, 700
85, 550
36, 325
2 , 800
3 3 ,7 1 5
1 0 9 ,2 5 0
5, 680
11,900
6 , 035
3 5 ,4 8 5
2, 465
19, 360
1 2 ,9 3 0

15
8
55
17
23
33

3 , 465
11,200
3 9 ,4 4 0
16, 335
131, 620
2 5 , 570

5

,805

1

_

_

_

_

17
5
7
10

7, 460
1 4 ,8 7 5
5 1 ,5 5 0
15, 375

7
2
4

6, 300
2 , 800
2 1 ,9 7 5

_

_

-

-

-

-

18
23
24
32
32
34
30
22
19

44 , 715
76, 400
3 ,8 1 0
2 2 ,8 1 0
16, 025
27 , 130
7, 335
16, 200
28 , 140

1
7
2
5
10
7
4
6
1
4

16, 000
11, 520
6, 500
435
3, 805
2, 315
3, 850
1, 585
700
320

5
10
5
19
8
4
5
9
8

2 5 , 200
7 9 ,1 5 0
685
3 1 ,9 0 5
6, 561
1,7 8 0
1 ,8 4 6
6 , 030
11,000

7 8 ,2 0 5
100

1 A ll unions, with the exception of the T e a m s te r s , are a ffiliated with the A F L -C I O .
T h eir com plete n am es a re as fo llo w s:
International A sso c ia tio n of Heat and F r o st
In su lators and A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H FIA ); International Brotherhood of B o ile r m a k e r s , Iron Ship build ers, B la c k sm ith s, F o r g e r s and H elp ers (B B F ); B r ic k la y e r s , M a so n s, and
P la s t e r e r s ' International Union of A m e r ic a (B M P ); International A s so c ia tio n of B rid g e , Structural and O rn am ental Iron w orkers (B SO IW ); United B rotherhood of C arpenters and
J o in e rs of A m e r ic a (C J A ); International Brotherhood of E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s (IB E W ); International Union of E levator C o n stru ctors (IU E C ); International Union of Operating E ngineers
(IU O E ); L a b o r e r s International Union of North A m e rica (L IU N A ); The W ood , W ir e and M e tal L a th e r s ' International Union (W W M L ); International B rotherhood of P ainters and A llied
T r a d e s (P A T ); O p erative P la s t e r e r s ' and C em ent M a so n s' International A sso c ia tio n of the United States and Canada (O P C M ); United A s so c ia tio n of Journeym en and A pprentices of
the P lu m bing and P ip efittin g Industry of the United States and Canada (P P F ); United Slate, T ile and C om p osition R o o fe r s , Damp and W a terp ro ff W o r k e r s A sso c ia tio n (RD W W );
Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s International A sso c ia tio n (SMW); International B rotherhood of T e a m s t e r s , C hau ffeu rs, W areh ou sem en and H elp ers of A m e r ic a (IB T ).
2

In clud es one a g r e e m e n t expiring in 1976 and one a g ree m e n t ex pirin g in 1977.




A g r e e m e n ts

Duration

769

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ------------------------------------------

Region

W o rk ers
1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

3
169
39
146
35
320
17
11
29

725
1 1 1 ,295
5 7 ,0 9 0
17 2 ,6 7 1
9 1 ,3 6 0
5 2 3 ,3 6 1
5 4 ,4 8 0
25, 175
1 7 7 ,1 6 0

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ----------------------------------------L e s s than 12 m onths -----------------------------------------12 m onths -------------------------------------------------------------13 -2 3 m onths -------------------------------------------------------24 m onths -------------------------------------------------------------2 5 -3 5 m onths -------------------------------------------------------36 m onths ---------------------------------------------------------------37 -4 7 m onths -------------------------------------------------------48 m o n th s ---------------------------------------------------------------O ver 48 m on th s1 ---------------------------------------------------

1

Includes 24 a g r e e m e n ts fo r




T a b le 5.

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

New England --------------------------------------------------------M iddle A tlan tic ---------------------------------------------------E ast North C e n tr a l---------------------------------------------W e st North C en tral -------------------------------------------South A t la n t ic ------------------------------------------------------E ast South C en tral ---------------------------------------------W e st South C e n t r a l---------------------------------------------Mountain ---------------------------------------------------------------P a c i f i c -------------------------------------------------------------------In terregion ------------------------------------------------------------

50
132
141
59
114
44
71
31
85
42

9 2 ,2 3 5
20 0, 755
25 5, 330
80, 416
1 0 3 ,0 4 5
2 3 ,7 0 0
6 0 ,5 8 1
2 9 ,4 6 0
28 5, 590
8 2 ,2 0 5

60 m onths and 5 agreem en ts for 61 m onths.

S ize o f b arg ain in g u n it in co n stru ctio n a g re em en ts, by u nio n, 1 9 7 2 —73
L e s s than 1 00

A ll agreem ents

100 to 499

500 to 999

U nion1
A gree m en ts
A l l u n io n s -------------------------------------------A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F L A )-------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -----------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) --------------------------------------Iron w ork e rs (BSOIW) ---------------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) -----------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s (IB E W ) ---------------------E le v a to r C o n str u c to r s (IU E C )------------------O p eratin g E n gin ee rs ( IU O E )---------------------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) ---------------------------------------L a th e r s ( W W M L )------------------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) ---------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )--------------------------------------P lu m b e r s (P P F ) ------------------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W ) ------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (S M W ) ---------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) -------------------------------------------

W o rk ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A g ree m en ts

W orkers

A g ree m en ts

W orkers

7 69

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

77

3, 890

278

6 4 ,9 1 7

146

9 9 ,7 9 5

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6 , 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 9 0 , 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
18, 800
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
70, 420
30, 936
68 , 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

4

255

-

-

19

1 ,0 5 0

22
4
40
6
3
12

4, 900
650
9, 925
2 , 125
450
3, 140

2
3
23
16
3
21

1 ,4 2 5
2 , 200
15, 565
10, 485
2, 025
14, 030

-

-

2

40

-

-

3

135
905
380
365

-

19
7
8
-

-

3
2
10

205
130
425

-

5
2
24
37
36
20
41
13
13

-

1 ,4 0 0
350
3 , 850
8 , 385
7, 296
6, 450
8 , 976
3, 755
3 ,2 6 5

-

4
4
1
15
10
17
7
17
3

-

2, 665
3, 200
555
10, 055
6, 975
1 2 ,7 1 5

4 , 050
1 1 .8 5 0
2 , 000




1, 000 to 1 ,9 9 9

2 , 000 to 4 , 999

10, 000 or m o r e

5 , 000 to 9 ,9 9 9

Union1
A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A l l unions --------------------------------------------

125

167, 965

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F I A )--------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) ------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s (B M P )----------------------------------------Iron w ork e rs (BSOIW) ---------------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) -----------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s (I B E W )-----------------------E le v a to r C on stru c tors (IU E C )-------------------O p eratin g E n gin eers (IU O E )----------------------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A )----------------------------------------L a th e rs (W W M L )-------------------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) ----------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )---------------------------------------P lu m b e r s (P P F ) -------------------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W )-------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (SMW) --------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) --------------------------------------------

_

_

F o r fu ll nam es of unions,

T a b le 6 .

-

-

13
11
17
17

19, 150
1 3 ,7 5 0
2 4 , 120
2 2 ,6 1 0

-

-

12
10
2
5
3
15

14, 150
12,900
2 , 500
6 , 800
4, 500
19,680

-

-

11
9

14, 155
1 3 ,6 5 0

see footnote 1,

A g r e e m e n ts
83

_

2
4
4
17
6
1
11
16
1
6
2
6

W ork ers
2 5 0 , 500

W ork ers

37

2 4 6 , 850

2
2
1
8
2

10, 500
14, 000
5, 000
5 3 ,9 0 0
12,600

A g r e e m e n ts
23

W ork ers
3 7 9 ,4 0 0

.

8 , 500
11, 150
9 ,3 5 0
5 7 ,7 0 0
1 4 ,8 5 0
2 , 800
3 1 ,8 0 0
4 8 ,3 0 0
2 , 800
16, 800
6 , 800
1 5 ,4 0 0
-

-

2
5

A g r e e m e n ts

7 ,2 0 0
1 7 ,0 5 0

-

-

4
11

2 6 , 000
76 , 650

-

-

_
-

1
8
1
1
2
8

-

12,000
1 5 2 ,5 0 0
10 , 000
16, 000
39 , 000
1 2 9 ,9 0 0

-

-

_

8 , 000
5, 000
14, 000

2

2 0 , 000

_
_

_

-

_

_

5, 200
16, 000

1
1
2

_

-

1
2

-

table 2.

C o n stru ctio n a g re e m e n t by union and m a jo r a c tiv ity , 1 9 7 2 —73
M a jo r a ctivity
A ll a gree m e n ts
Union1
A g ree m en ts

A l l u n io n s --------------------------------------------A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F I A )--------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) ------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ---------------------------------------Iron w ork e rs (B S O IW )----------------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) -----------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s (IB E W )-----------------------E le v a to r C o n stru ctors (IU E C )-------------------O peratin g E n gin eers (IU O E )----------------------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A )----------------------------------------L ath e rs (W W M L ) -----------------------------------------P a in ters ( P A T ) ----------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M ) -------------------------------------P lu m b e r s (P P F ) --------------------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W )-------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (S M W )----------------------T e a m s t e r s (IBT) ------------------------------------------

F o r fu ll nam es of unions,

769
28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

see footnote 1,

W ork ers
1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7
6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 9 0 , 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
18, 800
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10 , 610
70, 420
30, 936
6 8 , 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

table 2.

Heavy
construction

G eneral building
construction
A g r e e m e n ts

W o rk ers

228

56 8, 751

A g r e e m e n ts
68

Special tra des

W o rk ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W orkers

1 6 8 ,1 7 5

473

4 7 6 , 391

28
5
70
16
7
60
2
3
5
41
71
18
58
45
42
2

6 , 580
6 , 050
46, 170
2 7 ,4 8 0
40 , 850
7 7 ,1 4 5
18, 800
3, 350
3 7 ,8 5 0
10, 320
6 9 ,9 7 0
1 3 ,6 7 0
6 7 ,4 4 5
11,686
3 8 ,9 4 0
85

_

_

_

_

3
27
20
44
26
36
6
2
37
1
5
3
18

1 ,8 0 0
2 3 ,6 0 0
19, 730
2 3 1 ,4 4 5

3
4
3
5
1

1 4 ,0 0 0
1, 070
5, 500
18, 400
125

-

7 9 ,9 3 5
169, 950
290
450
15, 776
400
1 ,4 4 5
3, 100
2 0 , 830

-

-

12
10

3 1 ,8 6 5
63, 500
1,4 9 0
400
1 00
250
3 1 ,4 7 5

-

5
1
1
1
22

Standard m e trop olitan sta tistic a l a rea s

A greem en ts

W o rk ers

A ll a g r e e m e n ts--------------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

S in g le -S M S A A g r e e m e n t s —.................— .......... -

698

8 1 5 ,4 3 2

B o sto n , M a s s ------------------------------------------ - .......... ......
S prin gfield —C hicopee—H olyok e, M a s s .................
P ro v id en ce- Paw tucket- W a r w ic k , R. I -----------H a rtfo rd , C onn ------------------------------------------------------New Y o r k , N . Y ------------------ ------------------ - ...................
B u ffa lo , N . Y ................................ ...................— ...............
R o ch e ste r , N . Y -----------------------------------------------------A lbany^Schenectady—T r o y , N . Y —-------------------S y r a c u se , N . Y ------------------------------------------------------N ew ark , N . J ----------------------------------------------------------P a te r so n —C li f t o n -P a s s a ic , N . J ------------------------J e r s e y C ity, N . J ---------------------------------------------------P h iladelp h ia, P a ---------------------------------------------------P ittsb u r g h , P a ------------------------------------------------------A llentow n—B eth le h e m , E aston —P a --------------------C leve lan d , O h io -----------------------------------------------------C incinnati, O h i o ---------------------------------------------------C olu m b u s, Ohio ---------------------------------------------------D ayton, O h io -----------------------------------------------------------T o le d o , O h io ----------------------------------------------------------A k ro n, O h io -............. ............................. - ---------------------Youngstow n- W a r r e n , O h io ---------------------------------In dianapolis, In d ......................................... — ............—
G ary—H am m ond- E a st C hicago, In d -----------------C h icago, 111------------------------------------------------------------D e tro it, M ic h ---------------------- --------- - ............... —..........
Grand R apids, M ic h —............. - ......................................
M ilw au k ee, W i s -----------------------------------------------------M in n eapolis—
St. P au l, M in n ------------------------------St. L o u is, M o ---------------- ---------------------------------------K a n sas C ity, M o. -K a n s -------------------------------------O m aha, N e b r ........ ...................... .................... — .......... —
W ilm in gton , Del — ..........................................................

14
9
7
16
20
15
11
9
12
5
5
5
14
14
15
10
15
11
14
9
8
11
14
10
15
14
9
10
16
15
12
16
7




3 7 ,5 4 5
2 ,7 8 5
4 , 820
3 2 ,0 0 5
6 4 ,1 0 5
1 1 ,8 9 0
8 ,2 2 5
9 ,7 2 5
4 ,7 3 5
3 ,2 0 5
2, 370
1 ,7 0 0
2 6 ,8 3 0
3 0 ,9 2 5
8 ,9 7 5
1 8 ,6 9 0
1 0 ,7 7 5
4 ,3 1 0
6 ,6 1 0
6 , 225
4 , 530
2 , 020
8 ,4 4 0
6 , 140
69 , 115
5 4 ,6 3 0
2 , 620
1 3 ,4 2 0
3 9 ,1 9 0
1 7 ,8 4 1
1 7 ,0 3 0
6 , 355
2 ,4 0 5

Standard m etrop olitan sta tistic a l areas
B a ltim o r e , Md -------------------------------W ashington, D. C ---------------------------N o r fo lk -P o r tsm o u th , V a -------------Richm ond, V a ---------------------------------G re en sb o ro - W inston S alem - High
P oint, N . C .— -------------------------------Atlanta, G a ---------------------------------------M ia m i, F l a ---------------------------------------T a m p a -S t. P e te r sb u rg , F l a -------F t. L auderdale- H ollyw ood, F la —
J a ck so n v ille , F l a ---------------------------L o u isv ille , K y ---------------------------------M e m p h is, T e n n ------------------------------N a sh v ille , T e n n ------------------------------B irm in g h a m , A l a ---------------------------New O r le a n s, L a ---------------------------Oklahom a C ity, O k la ------------- -------- Houston, T e x ----------------------------------D a lla s , T e x -------------------------------------San A ntonio, T e x ---------------------------F t. W orth, T e x ------------------------------D enver, C o l o ----------------------------------P hoenix, A r iz ---------------------------------Salt Lake City , Utah---------------------Seattle- E v ere tt, W a s h -----------------P ortlan d , O r e g -------------------------------Los A n g e le s- Long B each, C a l i f San F r a n c isc o - Oakland, C a lif-----Anaheim - Santa- Ana- Garden
G ro v e , C alif -------------------------------San D iego, C a l i f -----------------------------San B ernadino- R iv e r sid e , C a lif-.
San J o se , C a lif -------------------------------S acram en to, C a lif --------------------------Honolulu, Hawaii ---------------------------M u lti-S M S A A g r e e m e n ts 1

lents

W o rk ers

15
11
9
9

1 0 ,8 1 5
2 1 ,4 4 0
2 , 120
1 ,7 8 0

6
12
10
12
7
13
8
10
13
15
14
13
14
8
10
4
12
11
9
13
16
3
8

3, 210
1 2 ,4 6 0
6 , 930
6 , 950
5, 230
4 , 760
5, 300
6 ,6 2 5
5 ,0 7 0
8 , 755
11 , 241
6 , 070
2 2 ,5 7 5
4 , 360
2, 42 0
2, 765
19,080
6 , 990
3 ,8 9 0
3 5 ,8 7 5
1 5 ,9 3 5
10 , 900
5 ,7 5 5

1
9
4
5
6
1

2 , 000
12, 940
1 ,7 8 5
5 ,6 7 0
2, 550
1 , 000

71

3 9 7 ,8 8 5

Standard m e trop olitan sta tistica l areas
A ll a g r e e m e n ts c overin g m ore
than one SM SA ---------------------------------------B oston —S p rin gfield , M a s s ----------------------------------B o sto n , M a s s . — r o v id e n ce , R . I ---------------------P
B oston —S p rin gfield , M a s s . —P rovid en ce,
R . I . — a rtfo rd , Conn ----------------------------------------H
New ark—P a te r so n , N . J ---------------------------------------N ew ark— e r s e y C ity, N . J ----------------------------------J
New ark—P a terso n — e r s e y C ity, N . J ---------------J
N ew ark—P a terso n — e r s e y C ity, N . J . —
J
New Y o r k , N . Y ---------------------------------------------------P hiladelphia—A lle n tow n , Pa ------------------------------P h ilad elp h ia, P a . — ilm in g to n , D e l ---------------W
P hiladelp hia— lle n tow n , P a . —
A
W ilm in g to n , D e l ------------------------------------------------C levelan d — k ro n , O h i o --------------------------------------A
C levelan d —C incinnati—C olu m bus—
Dayton—T oledo— k r on— oungstown,
A
Y
O h i o -----------------------------------------------------------------------G ary— d ianap olis, I n d ---------------------------------------In
G a r y , In d .—C h icago, 111--------------------------------------D e troit—G rand R a p id s, M i c h ----------------------------M ilw a u k ee, W i s . — in n e a p o lis, M in n .—
M
St. L o u i s ,— a n sas C ity, M o . —
K
Om aha,
N e b .—D e n v e r, C o l o ------------------------------------------N orfolk — ich m on d, V a ----------------------------------------R
M ia m i—F t . L a u d erd a le, F la -----------------------------

A greem en ts

W o rk ers

71

3 9 7 ,8 8 5

2
2

1 3 ,5 0 0
2, 130

1
1
1
7

45 0
700
15, 500
1 1 ,6 0 0

1
1
1

2 ,8 0 0
500
5, 000

1
1

6 , 000
2, 500

2
2
1
3

2 6 ,0 0 0
12, 900
8 , 000
9 ,4 0 0

1
3
4

4 ,8 0 0
3 ,8 2 5
2 1 ,6 5 0

Standard m etrop olitan sta tistica l a rea s

M ia m i—T am pa— t. Lau derdale—
F
J a ck so n v ille , F l a -----------------------------------------M ia m i—Tam pa—F t. Lau d erd ale—
J a ck so n v ille , F l a . —G re en sb o ro , N . C . —
A tlan ta, G a .— e m p h is ,—N a sh v ille ,
M
Tenn . — irm in g h a m , A la ---------------------------B
Houston—San A nton io, T e x ---------------------------D allas—F t. W orth , T e x --------------------------------Houston—D allas—San Antonio—
F t . W orth , T e x .—
New O r le a n s,
L a .—
Oklahom a C ity, Okla ------------------------L o s A n g e le s— n ah eim , C a l i f ----------------------A
L os A n g e le s—
San B ern ardin o C a l i f -----------L os A n g e le s— naheinv-San B ern ardin o
A
C a l i f — -------------------------— ----- ----------L os A n g e le s— nah eim —San Diego—
A
San B ern ardin o, C a lif ---------------------------------L o s A n g e le s—
San F r a n c isc o —
San D iego—
S acram en to, C a l i f ---------------------------------------San F r a n c isc o —San J ose—S acram en to,
C a lif — ........... ........ ............-------- L os A n g e le s—San F r a n c isc o — nah eim —
A
San D iego—San B ern ardin o—
San J ose— acram en to,
S
C a lif ---------------------------------------------------------------National a g r e e m e n t1 --------------------------------2

1 M u ltip le a r e a agree m e n t c overs m o re than one SM SA .
2 One a g ree m e n t c o v e r s all S M S A 's except New Y o rk , N . Y . ; one agree m e n t c o v er s a ll except P hoenix, A r iz . , S eattle, W a s h .,
San F r a n c is c o , C a l i f .; A nah eim , C a lif .; San D iego, C a lif .; San B ern ardin o, C a li f .; San J o s e , C a li f .; S acram en to, C a li f .; and Honolulu,




A gree m en ts

W ork ers

100

1
1
7

3, 700
1 ,3 0 0
9 ,8 5 0

1
4
1

5 ,5 0 0
6 , 350
8 , 000

8

1 0 2 ,5 3 0

3

1 0 ,4 0 0

1

12 , 0 0 0

5

6 9 ,4 0 0

1

500

2

21,000

P ortland ,
H aw aii.

O r e .,

L os A n g e le s , C a lif. ;

E m p loye r Unit

A g r e e m e n ts
769
7
762
655
74
33

225
1 ,2 1 3 , 092
8 6 7 , 862
3 0 9 ,5 9 0
3 5 ,6 4 0

W ork ers

1 ,2 1 3 , 317

Single e m p lo y e r ------------------------------------------------M u ltie m p lo y e r -----------------------------------------------------Single a s s o c i a t i o n ----------------------------------------M u lt i-a s s o c ia t io n -----------------------------------------Industry a r e a s 1 ----------------------------------------------

A g r e e m e n ts

G eograp hical scope

W ork ers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s -----------------------------------------

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ---------------------------------------C ity o n ly ---------------------------------------------------------------C ity and v ic in ity -------------------------------------------------Single c o u n ty -------------------------------------------------------M u ltic o u n ty ----------------------------------------------------------Single State --------------------------------------------------------M o r e than one S ta t e -------------------------------------------

1 A n In d u str y -A r e a a g r e e m e n t is a " m a s t e r " a greem en t drawn up by a union in a
p a rtic u la r in du stry or a r e a , to which individual f i r m s , not banded together as an a s s o c i ­
ation, sign and b ec o m e p a r tie s .




T a b le 11.

769
22
39
33
498
46
131

C o n stru ctio n a g re em en ts, by c r a ft, 1 9 7 2 —73
C raft

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

Union1

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ----------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

Single c r a ft agree m e n ts -----------------------------

493

9 5 1 ,4 1 0

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ---------------------------------------------B o i le r m a k e r s ------------------------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s --------------------------------------------------------C a rp e n ters ----------------------------------------------------------C em ent M a so n s -------------------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ------------------------------------------E le v a to r C on stru c tors -------------------------------------G l a z i e r s ----------------------------------------------------------------L a b o r e r s --------------------------------------------------------------L a t h e r s -----------------------------------------------------------------M a r b le M a s o n s ---------------------------------------------------M o s a ic and T e r r a z z o W o r k e r s ----------------------O p eratin g E n g in e e r s ---------------------------------------P i p e f it t e r s -----------------------------------------------------------P l a s t e r e r s -----------------------------------------------------------P lu m b e r s -------------------------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s ---------------------------------------S ton em asons -------------------------------------------------------T ile L a y e r s ---------------------------------------------------------T ru ck D r i v e r s --------------------------------------------- ;-------

28
11
5
56
25
61
2
29
51
47
3
5
41
9
16
1
46
1
14
42

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
2, 560
2 9 0 , 695
13, 000
7 7 ,2 7 0
18, 800
7, 360
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
130
265
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
9 .8 5 5
4 ,7 9 5
930
4 2 ,2 9 0
200
5 ,3 8 0
52, 39 0

M u ltic r a ft a g r e e m e n t s --------------------------------

276

2 6 1 ,9 0 7

C om p osition and Slate and T ile R o o f e r s -----G la z ie r s , P a in te r s and P a p e r h a n g e rs---------Iro n w o rk e rs and R o d m e n ---------------------------------P a in te r s and P a p e r h a n g e r s -----------------------------P lu m b e r s and P ip efitte rs -------------------------------V a r io u s com bination s of B r ic k la y e r s ,
S to n em a so n s, P la s t e r e r s , Cem ent M a so n s,
M a r b le M a s o n s , T ile L a y e r s , and M o saic
and T e r r a z z o W o r k e r s ----------------------------------

51
2
39
39
50

1 3 ,2 3 1
4 ,8 0 0
52, 710
5 5 ,4 6 0
5 7 ,4 6 0

R o o fe r s (RDWW)
P a in te r s (P A T)
Iron w orkers (BSOIW)
P a in ters (P A T)
P lu m b ers (P P F )

95

7 8 ,2 4 6

B r ic k la y e r s (B M P ), P la s t e r e r s (OPCM )

F o r fu ll n am es of unions,

see footnote 1,

table 2<

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (HFIA)
B o ile rm a k e r s (B BF)
B r ic k la y e r s (BMP)
C arp e n ters (CJA)
B r ic k la y e r s (B M P ), P la s t e r e r s (OPCM )
E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s (IBEW)
E le v a to r C on stru ctors (IUEC)
P ain ters (P A T)
L a b o r e rs (LIUNA)
L ath ers (W W M L )
B r ic k la y e r s (BM P)
B r ic k la y e r s (BM P)
Operating E n gin eers (IUOE)
P lu m b ers (P P F)
B r ic k la y e r s (B M P ), P la s t e r e r s (OPCM )
P lu m b ers (P P F)
Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (SMW)
B r ic k la y e r s (BM P)
B r ic k la y e r s (B M P ), P a in ters (P A T)
T e a m s te r s (IBT)

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7
29,
56,
59 ,
7 9 3,
128,
136,

075
875
305
426
425
211

Part II. Union Security, Management Rights, and




Other Noneconomic Provisions

Union security
C heckoff
Steward provisions
Antidiscrimination
Favored nations
Management rights
Unrestricted work practices provisions
Foremen provisions

A ll agreem ents

Union sec u rity

C heckoff

Union1
2
A ll agreem en ts
A ll u n io n s ----------------------------------A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (HFLA.)---------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------Iron w ork e rs (B S O IW )------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) -------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) ------------E le v a to r C o n str u c to r s (IU E C )--------O p eratin g E n gin eers ( I U O E )-----------L a b o r e r s (L I U N A ) -----------------------------L a th e rs (W W M L ) -------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) -----------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M ) ---------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) ----------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W )--------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s ( S M W ) -----------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) ---------------------------------

1

F o r fu ll n am es of unions,

NOTE:

T ab le 13.

N on additive.

W orkers

A ll agree m e n ts

W ork ers

A ll agree m e n ts

W o rk ers

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

524

1, 02 7, 107

268

3 2 4 , 366

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6 , 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
7 0 ,8 4 0
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 9 0 , 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10 , 610
70, 420
3 0 , 936
68 , 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

15
8
65
18
44
40
1
24
38
30
52
41
41
38
38
31

3 , 485
2 0 , 700
5 7 ,3 4 0
3 5 , 155
2 5 1 ,8 5 0
58, 750
16, 000
9 1 ,8 9 0
2 4 4 , 550
7, 555
61 ,4 0 0
27 , 701
5 1 ,1 8 5
10 , 686
38 , 010
50, 850

13
7
19
9
15
24

3 ,4 5 0
14, 850
1 2 ,1 0 5
10, 680
7 2 ,1 0 0
1 9 ,0 5 5

see footnote

1,

-

-

11
19
16
38
20
16
39
7
15

3 1 ,9 5 0
7 2 ,5 0 0
2 , 370
39 , 150
6 ,8 0 5
1 5 ,8 7 5
9, 461
3 ,9 2 5
10 , 090

table 2.

Some a greem en ts contain m ore than one kind of p r o v isio n .

C h e c k o ff p ro visio n s in co n stru c tio n a g re e m e n ts , by ty p e of union s e c u rity , 1 9 7 2 —73
Type of checkoff
A l l a g ree m e n ts
Total

Type of union sec u rity
A g r e e m e n ts

W o rk ers

A g ree m en ts

Dues checkoff

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

Dues and a s s e s s m e n ts Dues and initiation fe e s
A g r e e m e n ts

W orkers

A g r e e m e n ts

W orkers

No r efe ren ce
to checkoff

D u es, a s s e s s m e n ts ,
and initiation fe e s
A g r e e m e n ts

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

W o rk ers

A l l a g r e e m e n t s -----------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

268

3 2 4 ,3 6 6

217

2 6 5 , 856

4

3 , 120

36

3 4 ,3 4 0

11

2 1 ,0 5 0

501

88 8 , 951

Union s e c u r i t y -----------------------------------------------Union shop1 -----------------------------------------------M o d ified union shop ------------ - ----------A g e n c y shop3 --------------------------------------------M ain tenan ce of m e m b e r sh ip 4 5
--------------Both agency shop and m a in tenance of m e m b e r s h ip -----------------------Sole b a r g a in in g ----------------------- *
---------------- -—

524
45 5
50
8
9

1, 0 2 7 ,1 0 7
9 4 9 ,8 8 7
2 6 , 750
2 8 ,4 9 0
19 , 160

201
168
28
2
3

25 7, 646
2 3 1 ,4 3 6
16, 575
7, 650
1 ,9 8 5

168
137
27
2
2

2 1 1 ,6 5 1
185, 901
16, 150
7, 650
1 ,9 5 0

2
2

2 ,3 0 0
2 ,3 0 0

20 , 550
20 , 550

-

-

2 3 ,1 4 5
2 2 ,6 8 5
425
35

10
10

-

21
19
1
1

323
287
22
6
6

7 6 9 ,4 6 1
7 1 8 ,4 5 1
10, 175
2 0 , 840
17, 175

2
24 5

2 , 820
186, 210

66 , 720

49

5 4 ,2 0 5

2

-

-

-

67

820

15

11, i 95

1

2
178

2 , 820
1 1 9 ,4 9 0

-

-

-

-

-

500

1 A union shop r e q u ir e s a ll e m p lo y ee s to b e c o m e m e m b e r s of the union within a sp ecified tim e a fter h irin g , or a fter a new p r o v i s i o n is negotiated and to r em ain m e m b e r s of the union as a
condition of continued em p lo y m en t.
2 A m o d ified union shop is the sa m e a s a union shop except that certain em ployee groups m ay be exem pted— for e x a m p le , those alre a d y em ployed at the tim e that the p r o v isio n was negotiated
who had not a s yet joined the union.
3 A n agen cy shop r e q u ir e s a ll em p lo y e e s in the bargaining unit who do not join the union to pay a fixed amount m on th ly, u sually the equivalent of union d ues, as a condition of em p loym en t, to
help d efray the union's ex p e n se s in actin g as a b argainin g agent.
The agency shop m ay appear in com bination with other fo r m s of union se c u rity .
4 M ain tenan ce of m e m b e r sh ip d e s c r ib e s an a rran g em en t w hereby em ployees who a r e m e m b e r 1 o f the uni on at the tim e the a g ree m e n t is negotiated, or who volu ntarily jo in s subsequently, m u st
'
m ain tain their m e m b e r sh ip , u su ally fo r the duration of the a g ree m e n t, as a condition of continue
-ym ent.
5 Sole bargainin g d e s c r ib e s the a r ra n g em e n t w hereby the union is recogn ized as the e x c i i -c i .- bargaining agent fo r a ll e m p lo y e e s, union and nonunion, in the bargaining unit, but union m e m b e r ­
ship is not req u ired as a condition of em p lo y m en t.







Stew ard 2
se le c tio n p r o v isio n

A ll agreem en ts
A g ree m en ts

W orkers

A gree m en ts

W ork ers

Paid tim e
fo r stew ards
A g ree m en ts

W ork ers

"S u p e r s e n io r ity "
fo r stew a rd s^
A g ree m en ts

W ork ers

769
A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H FLA )---------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) ------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s (B M P ) -------------------------------------Iro n w o rk e rs (B S O IW )-----------------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) ------------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( IB E W )------------------------E le v a to r C on stru c tors (IU E C )-------------------O p eratin g E ngin eers (IU O E )----------------------L a b o r e r s (L I U N A )----------------------------------------L a th e rs (W W M L ) ------------------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) ----------------------------------------------P la s t e r s (O P C M ) ------------------------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) --------------------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W )-------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (S M W )----------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) --------------------------------------------

1
*
In so m e
*
that the

1 ,2 1 3 . 317

663

1 .1 2 5 . 751

370

8 0 3 .5 6 6

267

5 3 7 . 131

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6 , 580
2 1 , 850
70, 840
52, 710
29 0, 695
77 , 270
18, 800
115, 150
27 1, 300
10, 610
70, 42 0
30, 936
6 8 ,, 245
13,, 231
42 ,, 290
52, 390

13
11
73
36
56
55
_

3, 665
2 1 , 85 0
65,, 035
47 , 510
2 9 0 , 695
70, 46 0
_

5
11
29
29
41
29

1 ,6 0 5
2 1 ,8 5 0
2 6 ,0 9 0
4 1 ,1 6 0
2 4 5 ,9 2 5
3 3 , 790
_

6
5
31
29
31
13
_

2, 025
1, 9 00
32 , 665
4 1 ,5 3 5
1 6 5 ,5 2 0
2 6 ,0 6 5
_

36
51
41
64
56
54
37
44
36

1 0 1 , 900
271,, 300
10 ,, 185
67,, 62 0
30,,311
57,, 120
10,, 260
41,, 760
36,, 080

26
34
34
25
31
37
4
18
17

9 3 ,3 3 0
1 8 9 ,4 5 0
4 ,7 6 5
4 0 , 565
2 2 ,4 9 6
4 0 ,9 8 5
1 ,3 2 5
1 8 ,3 3 0
21,900

15
25
7
30
12
18
6
21
18

4 7 ,3 0 5
1 1 6 ,4 5 0
1 ,7 4 0
3 3 ,0 7 0
9 ,7 8 6
2 3 ,0 0 0
1 ,5 0 5
16 ,7 6 0
1 7 ,8 0 5

F o r fu ll n am es of unions, see footnote 1, table 2.
A stew ard selection p rovision denotes any p r ovision r efe rrin g to the method used to s e le c t stew a r d s, typ ically by appointment or election .
in sta n c e s, p rovision s estab lish a ratio of stew ards to the w ork fo r c e .
"S u p e r s e n io r ity " indicates that, in the event of a la y o ff, the stew ard is the la st qualified w ork er to be laid off. A few p ro v isio n s a lso indicate
stew ard w ill be rec a lle d fir s t in the event the layoff is tem p o ra ry .

N o te : N onadditive.

Table 15. A ntidiscrim ination and special m in ority program
provisions in construction industry agreem ents, 19 72—73
A g ree m en ts

W orkers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ----------------------------------

769

1 .2 1 3 .3 1 7

Total with an tid iscrim ination
p r o v is io n s ---------------------------------------------

539

8 4 6 .4 6 2

379
367
330
157
225

8 3 4 ,4 6 7
7 5 1 ,4 9 7
7 0 4 ,5 6 7
4 0 6 ,4 2 0
5 2 0 , 601

398

7 5 7 ,9 9 7

45
230

4 0 , 735
3 6 6 ,8 5 5

48

1 5 6 ,8 0 0

P rohibition on d iscrim in ation on the
b a sis of:
Race or c o lo r ------------------------------------Religion or c r e e d -----------------------------National o r i g i n ---------------------------------Age .............................. ............. ........................
S e x --------------------------------------------------------M em b ersh ip or n onm em bersh ip
in the u nion --------------------------------------U n specified or general
p roh ib ition ........................................... —
N o p r o v is io n --------------------------------Total with sp e c ia l p ro v isio n s for
m in ority hiring and apprenticeship
o p p o rtu n ities-----------------------------------------




A ll agreem ents
U nion1
A g ree m en ts

W ork ers

M anagem ent rights
p ro v isio n s
A g r e e m e n ts

"F a v o r e d n a tio n s"
p r o v isio n s 2

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W o rk ers

A ll u n io n s -----------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

130

2 1 3 ,2 7 5

296

6 3 1 ,3 9 6

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F L A )---------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------Iron w ork e rs (B S O IW )------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) -------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) ------------E le v a to r C o n str u c to r s (IU E C )--------O p eratin g E n gin eers (IU OE)------------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) ------------------------------L a th e rs ( W W M L )--------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) -----------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (OP C M ) ---------------------------P lu m b e r s (P P F) --------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W )--------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (SM W )------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) ---------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6 , 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 9 0 , 695
77, 270
18, 800
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
70, 420
30, 936
6 8 , 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
52, 390

4
9
15
5
9
9

1 ,2 4 5
1 2 ,6 5 0
10, 885
6 , 630
4 9 ,2 5 0
1 2 ,1 2 5

6
2
29
9
22
53

2 , 075
5, 150
2 5 , 260
9, 155
1 7 1 ,0 2 0
6 2 ,0 5 5

-

10
12
6
10
9
11
7
2
12

-

-

-

34 , 120
4 8 ,0 0 0
1, 575
6 , 645
3 , 990
15, 555
1 ,3 6 0
855
8 , 390

16
28
12
23
30
35
9
10
12

58, 735
1 5 2 ,6 5 0
2, 905
4 1 ,6 9 0
4 8 ,3 8 5
4 8 ,3 8 5
1,9 5 5
1 3 ,1 0 5
15, 470

1 F o r fa ll n am es of unions, see footnote 1, table 2 .
2 P r o v isio n s indicating that one party to the agreem en t (em p loyer or union) shall have the opportunity to share in m o re favorab le te r m s negotiated
by the other p arty with another em ployer or union.
NOTE:

T a b le 17.

N on additive.

U n re s tric te d w o rk p ractices provisions in c o n s tru c tio n a g re e m e n ts , by u n io n , 1 9 72—73
A ll agreem ents
Union1
A g ree m en ts

W orkers

---------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F I A ) ---------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------Iron w ork e rs (B S O IW )------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) -------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) ------------E le v a to r C o n stru c to rs (IU E C )--------O p eratin g E n gin eers (I U O E ) -----------L a b o r e r s (L I U N A ) ------------------------------L a th e rs (W W M L ) -------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) -----------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (OP C M ) ---------------------------P lu m b e r s (P P F) --------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W )--------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s ( S M W ) -----------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) ---------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6 , 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 9 0 , 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
18, 800
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
70, 420
30 , 936
68 , 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

A l l unions

1
2
3

U n r e str ic te d 2
work p e r fo r m a n ce
A g r e e m e n ts

U n r e str ic te d 3
techn ological change

W ork ers

309

5 9 5 , 771

25
9
38
37
25
8

5, 820
2 0 , 650
2 8 , 870
49,8 6 0
150, 850
18, 850

-

-

18
24
25
7
26
29
20
3
15

71, 53 5
134, 450
4 , 440
1 3 ,0 0 0
2 0 , 106
39 , 525
5, 495
9, 050
2 3 ,2 7 0

F o r fu ll n am es of unions, see footnote 1, table 2 .
P r o v isio n s which b a r lim itations on the amount of w ork p erform e d during the w orkday.
P r o v isio n s which b a r resista n ce to technological im p rovem en ts or la b o r -sa v in g d evic es on the w ork s ite .

A g r e e m e n ts

W o rk ers

249

5 9 0 ,5 4 2

.

_

5
32
11
29
12
1
18
27
18
7
29
23
19
5
13

6 ,3 5 0
18, 020
1 5 ,7 7 5
1 8 9 ,0 7 5
2 0 , 900
16 , 000
65, 535
1 5 5 ,1 5 0
7 ,8 1 0
11,000
2 0 , 851
2 7 ,2 5 5
4, 576
10, 675
2 1 ,5 7 0

A ll agree m e n ts

F o re m a n m in im u m 2

G en eral forem an
p ro v isio n 4

F o r e m a n ratio3

Union1
A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W o rk ers

A ll unions -------------------------------------------

7 69

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

497

7 2 1 ,8 6 6

189

32 1 , 730

282

4 3 7 ,4 8 0

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F I A )-------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s (B BF) ---------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) -------------------------------------Iron w ork e rs (B S O IW )---------------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) ----------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s (I B E W )----------------------E le v a to r C on stru c to rs (IU E C )------------------O p eratin g E n gin eers (IU O E )---------------------L a b o r e r s (LIUNA ) — ----------------------------------L a th e rs (W W M L ) ----------------------------------------P a in te r s (P A T ) —---------- -------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (OPCM ) ------------------------------------P lu m b e r s (P P F ) -----------------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W )------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (S M W )---------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) -------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
2 1 , 850
70, 840
52, 710
2 9 0 , 695
77, 270
1 8 ,8 0 0
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10 , 610
70, 420
30 , 936
6 8 , 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

7
10
63
35
41
54

1 ,3 7 0
16 , 850
4 0 , 605
4 6 , 760
189. 320
61, 630

3
4
12
9
16
41
10
15
2
9
7
40
5
16

485
5, 550
2 2 ,2 6 0
8 , 210
4 4 , 450
4 9 ,5 9 5
18, 125
77 , 300
215
3 2 ,5 9 0
2 , 155
48 , 740
1,220
10, 835

“

“

3
10
16
34
29
54
6
22
1
9
15
46
3
28
6

850
16, 850
8 , 865
46 , 860
1 0 5 ,1 7 5
66 , 535
_
8, 650
8 2 ,4 0 0
235
7, 295
6 , 065
48, 700
710
24 , 890
1 3 ,4 0 0

1
2
3
4

-

-

26
28
35
29
53
50
27
31
8

8 6 , 120
1 1 7 ,1 5 0
6, 670
2 5 , 665
2 9 , 786
50, 765
7, 260
2 4 , 635
1 7 ,2 8 0

-

F o r full nam es of unions, see footnote 1, table 2.
P r o v isio n s which require em ploym ent of a forem an a fter a sp ecified number of jou rneym en a r e em ployed .
P r o v isio n s which requ ire forem en to be em ployed at a given ratio to the num ber of jou rneym en w orking.
P r o v isio n s which c all for the appointment of a su p e rv iso ry or general fo rem en to coordinate the e ffo rts of se v e r a l forem en on the job site.

NOTE:

Nonadditive.

T a b le 19. R a tio o ffo r e m e n to w o rkm e n in co n stru c tio n
a g re e m e n ts , 1 9 7 2 —73
R atio of fo r e m e n to w orkm en

A g ree m en ts

T a b le 2 0 . M in im u m n um ber o f w o rk m e n re q u irin g a fo rem an in
c o n s tru c tio n a g re e m e n ts , 1 9 7 2 —73

W o r k er s
M in im u m num ber of w orkm en

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s -----------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

T otal with ratio of fo r e m e n to w o rk m en ------

189

3 2 1 ,7 3 0

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ----------------------------------------

____________7 69

L e s s than 5 w o rk m en 1 ---------------------------------5 to 9 w o r k m e n ----------------------------------------------1 0 to 14 w ork m en ----------------------------------------15 to 19 w orkm en ----------------------------------------20 or m o re w ork m en 2 ---------------------------------R atio v a r i e s ---------------------------------------------------R e fere n c e to ra tio ; no d etails g iv e n --------

5
31
81
17
17
17
21

1, 940
3 7 ,4 8 0
116, 290
4 3 ,6 2 5
3 3 ,9 4 0
18, 350
70, 105

Total requ iring a fo rem a n after a
sp ecified num ber of w orkm en ---------------------

497

7 2 1 ,8 6 6

No p ro v isio n s---------------------------------------------------------

580

8 9 1 ,5 8 7

to 2 w o r k m e n ---------------------------------------------w o r k m e n ------------------------------------------------------w o r k m e n ------------------------------------------------------w o r k m e n -----------------------------------------------------w o r k m e n -----------------------------------------------------w o r k m e n -----------------------------------------------------w o r k m e n -----------------------------------------------------or m o re w orkm en ------------------------------------

239
122
65
24
16
9
9
13

2 6 3 ,8 5 1
1 5 2 ,6 7 0
8 3 ,7 7 5
4 3 ,1 8 0
4 5 ,7 2 5
55, 610
26 , 150
5 0 ,9 0 5

No p ro v isio n --------------------------------------------------------

272

4 9 1 ,4 5 1

1 Includes 1 ag r e e m e n t p rovidin g 1 forem an to 3 w orkm en and 4 a g r ee m e n ts p r o v i­
ding 1 forem an to 4 w ork m en .
2 Includes 9 a g r e e m e n ts providin g 1 forem an to 2 0 w orkm en; 1 a g ree m e n t to 21 , 1
ag ree m e n t to 2 3 , 1 a g ree m e n t to 2 4 , 2 agree m e n ts to 2 5 , and 3 agreem ents to 30 w orkm en .




1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7




Part III. Apprentice and Training Provisions

Apprenticeship provisions
Ratio
Prerequisites
Length

Ap pren ticeship pr ov ision s
All agreem ents
Total

Union1

F und

C om m ittee

Agree ments

W orkers

A gree­
m en ts

--------------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3,3 17

638

853,707

485

730, 982

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H FI A) ------------------------B o i l e r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -----------------------------------B r i c k l a y e r s ( B M P ) --------------------------------------I r o n w o r k e r s ( B S O I W ) ----------------------------------C a r p e n t e r s ( C J A ) -----------------------------------------E l e c t r i c a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -----------------------E l e v a t o r C o n s t r u c t o r s ( I U E C ) ------------------O p e r a t i n g E n g i n e e r s ( I U O E ) ---------------------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) ----------------------------------------L a t h e r s (W W M L ) -----------------------------------------P a i n t e r s ( P A T ) ---------------------------------------------P l a s t e r e r s ( O P C M ) --------------------------------------P l u m b e r s ( P P F ) ------------------------------------------R o o f e r s (R D W W ) -------------------------------------------Sh eet M e t a l W o r k e r s ( S M W ) ------ --------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) -------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
21,850
70, 840
52,710
290 , 695
77,270
18,800
115, 150
271, 300
10, 610
70, 420
30, 936
68, 245
13, 2 31
42,290
52,390

28
11
93
39
56
61
1
28

6, 580
21,850
69, 020
52,710
290 , 695
77,270
16, 000
94, 240
10, 610
70, 225
30, 761
59,845
1 1 ,6 11
42,290

21
11
49
36
49
51
1
27

“

A l l un io ns

-

47
71
58
58
41
46
'

1

F o r fu l l n a m e s

NOTE:

of unions,

s e e fo ot n o t e

1,

A gree­
m ents

W orkers

A gree­
ments

W orkers

W orkers

P rerequ isites
fo r entry
A gree­
W orkers
ments

D u r a t io n
A gree­
ments

459

668, 267

89

115, 190

4, 730
21,850
42,470
51,060
280 , 570
63, 635
16, 000
94, 190

18
7
61
28
43
52

2

635

-

-

-

41
48
37
51
22
41

9, 800
32,785
1 9, 8 41
52,385
6, 726
34, 940

"

“

21
57
35
53
29
46
~

4, 315
15, 700
55, 535
37, 180
244,445
64, 660
55, 490
3, 795
65, 720
1 7 ,3 11
52,625
9 ,2 0 1
42,290
”

-

9

-

404

5 53 ,9 0 2

26
9
76
36
49
61
1
12

6, 080
16, 700
59,080
48,410
213,745
77, 2 70
16, 000
37,000

28
5
35
18
35
54
1
8

6, 580
16, 700
27, 110
30, 355
174, 420
73,745
16, 000
40, 015

-

-

-

-

16
1
9
3
43

20, 250
265
8, 025
720
35, 620

"

“

t abl e 2.

Nonadditive.




T ab le 2 2 . A p p re n tic e s h ip ra tio s in co n stru ctio n
a g re e m e n ts , 1 9 7 2 —73
Ratio of jou rneym en to ap prentices

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

Total with ratio of jou rneym en to
a p p r e n tic e s---------------------------------------------------

404

55 3, 902

2
11
68
94
108
11
9
9
16
5

250
2 , 175
56, 521
89 , 670
141, 515
3 2 , 930
3 2 ,4 2 5
2 0 , 100
3 1 ,4 5 5
2 7 , 140

2 to 1 ----------------------------------------------------------3 to 1 ----------------------------------------------------------4 to 1 ----------------------------------------------------------5 to 1 -----------------------------------------------------------6 to 1 ----------------------------------------------------------7 to 1 -----------------------------------------------------------8 to 1 -----------------------------------------------------------10 to 1 --------------------------------------------------------G reater than 1 0 to 1 1 -----------------------------Ratio v a r ie s by sh ift, occupation,
or location ---------------------------------------------Ratio v a r ie s with number of
workm en -------------------------------------------------One apprentice a fter sp ecified
number of jou rneym en ------------------------Othe r 2 -------------------------------------------------------No p rovision ---------------------------------------------------

9

6 ,3 3 0

27

4 2 ,7 2 6

27
8

5 7 ,9 4 0
6 ,7 2 5

365

6 5 9 ,4 1 5

1 Includes 1 agree m e n t which e sta b lish e s a ratio of 11
12 to 1; 2 ag ree m e n ts with 20 to 1; and 1 ag ree m e n t with 50
2 Includes 2 agree m e n ts in which the ratio is su bject
m ents in which a ratio was m entioned but not defined; and 2
m axim um and a m in im u m num ber of ap p re n tic es.

A gree­
ments

W orkers

683, 662

11,825
1, 150
33,300
3 ,4 0 0

-

A gree­
ments

W orkers

565

_

7
1
5
2
-

O n -t h e - j o b
tra ini ng

R a t io

to 1; 1 agree m e n t with
to 1.
to negotiation; 4 a g r e e ­
a g ree m e n ts which set a

-

-

-

-

43
63
51
54
38
46

6, 185
66, 320
25, 711
57,825
11, 046
42,290

27
59
26
36
28
44

4, 400
60, 700
15, 2 71
41,985
7, 831
38, 790
■

“

163
5

W orkers
437, 520
1 ,2 7 0

_

_

9
5
13
28
1
12
28
1
21
3
22

9,365
6, 350
53,600
32,835
16, 000
62,815
185,400
30
18,850
1 ,9 8 0
36, 570

_

_

14
1

10, 855
1 ,6 0 0

T ab le 2 3 . Prerequisites fo r e n try in to a p p re n tic e s h ip pro gram s
in c o n s tru c tio n a g re e m e n ts , 1 9 7 2 —73
P re requ isites fo r entry

Ag reem ents

W ork ers

A ll ag r e e m e n ts ----------------------------------

1 .2 1 3 .3 1 7

89

1 1 5 ,1 9 0

E d u c a tio n ------------------------------------------------------A g e -------------------------------------- — ......................... ...
Education and age ----------------------------------------

1
82
6

285
1 0 6 ,6 5 5
8 , 250

No p r o v is io n --------------------------------------------

T a b le 2 4 .

769

Total establishing p r e r e q u is it e s .........

680

1 ,0 9 8 ,1 2 7

L en gth o f a p p re n tic e s h ip p ro gram s in co n stru ctio n a g re e m e n ts , by u nio n, 1 9 7 2 —73
Length of apprenticeship
No reference

A ll ag: reem ents
A gree­
m ents

W ork ers

A gree­
ments

W ork ers

A l l u n i o n s ----------------------------------------------

796

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

565

6 8 3 ,6 6 2

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F L A ) ---------------------------B o i l e r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------------------B r i c k l a y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------------------I r o n w o r k e r s ( B S O I W ) -----------------------------------C a r p e n t e r s ( C J A ) ------------------------------------------E l e c t r i c a l W o r k e r s (IBEW) ------------------------E l e v a t o r C o n s t r u c t o r s (IUE C) ------------------O p e r a t i n g E n g i n e e r s (IUOE) -----------------------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) -----------------------------------------L a t h e r s ( W W M L ) ------------------------------------------P a i n t e r s ( P A T ) -----------------------------------------------P l a s t e r s ( O P C M ) ------------------------------------------P l u m b e r s ( P P F ) ---------------------------------------------R o o f e r s (R D W W ) --------------------------------------------Shee t M e t a l W o r k e r s ( S M W ) -----------------------T e a m s t e r s (IBT ) ---------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6 , 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
52, 710
2 9 0 ,6 9 5
7 7 ,2 7 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
70, 420
3 0 ,9 3 6
6 8 ,2 4 5
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 , 290
52, 390

26
9
76
36
49
61
1
12
43
63
51
54
38
46

6 ,0 8 0
1 6 ,7 0 0
5 9 ,0 8 0
4 8 ,4 1 0
2 1 3 ,7 4 5
7 7 ,2 7 0
1 6 ,0 0 0
3 7 ,0 0 0
6 , 185
6 6 ,3 2 0
2 5 ,7 1 1
5 7 ,8 2 5
1 1 ,0 4 6
42,290
“

F o r fu ll nam es of u nion s, se e footnote 1, table 2.
Includes 1 agree m e n t estab lish in g a 1 y e a r apprenticeship;




2 y ears

T otal

Union 1

A gree­
m ents

4 years

3 y ears

A gree­
m ents

W ork ers

A gree­
m ents

16

20, 105

244

1 9 8 ,1 0 7

235

_

_

.

.

3
1
1
5
1
5
-

1, 100
600
1 6 ,0 0 0
645
270
1,4 9 0
-

1
47
34
1
2
4
37
54
38
26
-

4 , 800
3 4 ,3 8 0
4 2 ,8 1 0
1 5 ,5 0 0
380
10, 650
5, 290
52, 800
2 3 ,4 3 6
8 , 061
-

25
8
24
1
47
55
8
1
6
11
5
44

“

"

”

"

1 agreem ent with 1 - 1 / 2

W o rk ers

-

y e a r s ; and 7 agreem en ts with 3 - 1 / 2

5 ye ars
A gree­
m ents

W o rk ers

3 7 7 ,6 0 0

61

6 8 ,7 1 5

5, 880
11,900
2 1 ,6 0 0
5, 000
1 9 2 ,2 4 5
6 8 , 560
2 6 ,3 5 0
250
3, 280
1 ,8 2 5
1, 120
39, 590
"

11
3
1
54
2

200
7 ,8 0 0
190
5 7 ,8 2 5
2, 700
“

W ork ers

y e a rs.

O th e r2

9

W o rk ers

A gree­
ments

1 9 ,1 3 5

204

5 2 9 ,6 5 5

„

A gree­
m ents

2
2
25
3
7
1
29
51
4
10
9
6
13
42

500
5, 150
1 1 ,7 6 0
4 , 300
7 6 ,9 5 0
2 ,8 0 0
7 8 ,1 5 0
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
4 ,4 2 5
4 , 100
5, 225
1 0 ,4 2 0
2, 185
52, 390

2
1
1
2
1
2
_

2 , 000
6 , 000
530
10, 050
180
375
-

"

~

W ork ers




Part IV.

Hiring and Referral Provisions

Hiring provisions
Advance notice o f project start
Pre-job conference
Source o f hiring
Order o f referral
Referral systems
Penalty for referral violation
Pre-hiring examinations
Older workers

A dvance notice
of p r o je c t start

A ll agreem en ts
U nion1
A g ree m en ts

W o rk ers

A g ree m en ts

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

218

6 , 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
29 0, 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
18, 800
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
27 1, 300
10, 610
70, 420
30, 936
68 , 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

1
8
28
9
18
15
1
16
17
14
20
15
30
9
10
7

A ll u n io n s --------------------------------------------A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F L A )--------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -----------------------------------E r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) --------------------------------------Iron w orkers (B S O IW )----------------------------------C arp e n ters ( C J A ) -----------------------------------------E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -----------------------E levator C o n stru c to rs (IUEC) -----------------O perating E n gin eers (IU O E )---------------------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) ----------------------------------------L ath e rs (W W M L ) -----------------------------------------P a in ters ( P A T ) ---------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M ) -------------------------------------P lu m b e r s (P P F ) ------------------------------------------R o o fe r s ( R D W W )-------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (S M W ) ---------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) -------------------------------------------

F o r full n am es of union,
NOTE:

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

see footnote 1,

W ork ers

Right of em p loyer to
P r e -jo b conference

A g r e e m e n ts

Source of hiring

W ork ers

A g ree m en ts

5 1 4 ,5 0 5

114

38 5, 150

50
2 1 , 3 00
36 , 470
20 , 750
135, 150
2 5 , 965
2 , 800
36 , 325
9 9 ,5 5 0
7, 070
38 , 100
18, 300
3 7 ,4 8 5
2 , 560
17, 880
14, 750

_

_

1
6
10
15
5

5, 000
9 , 800
2 1 , 055
1 3 1 ,4 2 0
4, 660
6 3 ,3 9 0
8 9 ,7 0 0
100
815
11, 930
11, 340
840
600
34 , 500

-

21
13
1
3
9
9
3
2
16

W ork ers

R e je ct r e fe r re d
w orkm en
A g ree m en ts

R etain key m en
A g ree m en ts

W o rk ers

492

8 6 7 ,2 1 1

388

7 4 3 ,1 8 7

171

4 3 1 ,8 0 0

16
9
43
18
29
55
2
30
36
32
37
38
48
41
38
20

3 , 180
2 1 ,6 0 0
4 1 ,3 1 5
2 7 , 650
1 7 8 ,6 0 0
6 2 ,0 1 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
103, 625
1 8 7 ,1 0 0
8 , 405
4 6 , 385
2 4 , 776
58, 160
1 1 ,0 4 0
37 , 695
36 , 870

14
9
30
12
24
53
1
23
29
25
29
29
40
28
27
15

3, 145
16, 700
29 , 255
2 2 ,1 8 0
1 5 3 ,9 9 5
5 3 ,4 1 0
16 , 000
84, 125
1 7 3 ,8 0 0
7, 840
5 1 ,0 0 5
2 2 ,3 2 1
4 6 , 155
7, 121
2 2 ,5 6 5
3 3 ,5 7 0

11
4
12
9
14
28
1
9
9
3
8
8
24
7
17
7

2 , 550
5, 700
5, 690
17, 750
125, 200
4 3 ,2 2 5
16 , 000
5 3 ,0 6 0
83 , 800
1 ,2 4 0
6 ,1 1 5
8 , 350
2 1 ,7 7 0
2 , 255
17, 010
2 2 ,0 8 5

table 2.

N onadditive.

T a b le 2 6 . A d v a n c e n o tic e o f p ro je c t s ta rt in co n stru c tio n
a g re e m e n ts , 1 9 7 2 —73

T a b le 27. P re -jo b co n fe re n c e pro vision s in c o n s tru c tio n
a g re e m e n ts , 1 9 7 2 —73
P r e -jo b conference p ro v isio n s

A d van ce notice to union

A g r e e m e n ts

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ------------------------------------T otal r e fe r rin g to advance
notice -------------------------------------------------------O f e m p lo y ee s n e e d e d --------- - ------ ----Of tools and equipm ents needed ------------ O f e m p lo y e e s, to o ls, and
equipm ent n e e d e d ----------------------------------------R e fe r e n c e to advance n o tic e,
no d eta ils given - --------------------------------------No r e fe r e n c e to advance
notice --------------------------------------------------------------

769

A g r e e m e n ts

W o rk ers

W ork ers
A ll a g r e e m e n t s ------------------------------------




W o rk ers

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

218

5 1 4 ,5 0 5

164
1

4 0 5 ,9 8 0
250

5

9, 800

48

98 , 475

551

Total r e fe r rin g to p r e -jo b
c o n fe r e n c e ---------------------------------------------M ay be called by either p a r t y ------------------M a y be called by union o n l y ---------------------M andatory if p r o jec t c o sts exceed
a certain a m o u n t---------------------------------------R efere n ce to p r e -jo b c on fe re n ce;
no r e fe ren c e to d e t a ils ----------------------------O th e r1 ---------------------------------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

114

3 8 5 , 150

39
14

175, 275
2 7 ,7 4 5

21

100, 515

39
1

6 2 ,6 1 5
19,000

655

8 2 8 ,1 6 7

69 8,8 12

No refe r e n c e to p r e -jo b
conference ----------------------------------------------

1
One agree m e n t r eq u ires a conference when the em p loyer en ters a locality in
which he has no perm an en t p lace of b u s in e s s .

A gree m en ts

Source of hiring

W o rk ers

A ll a g r e e m e n ts ----------------------------------

769

1 .2 1 3 ,3 1 7

Total referrin g to sou rce of h i r i n g -------A ll hiring through union r e fe r ra l
s e r v ic e 1 ----------------------------------------------------Union given equal opportunity with
other sou rce s of w o r k m e n ................ ..........
No refe ren c e to so u rc e of h i r i n g ------------

492

8 6 7 ,2 1 1

412

7 5 2 ,6 5 1

80
277

1 1 4 ,5 6 0
3 4 6 ,1 0 6

1
Includes 102 agree m e n ts which requ ired a ll hiring through the local hiring
h all, and 310 a greem en ts which stipulated further that the em ployer was fr e e to hire
fr o m outside sou rce s if the union w as unable to supply the requ ired number of w o r k ­
m en within a sp ecified p eriod .
Many of the 310 c la u se s requ ired the em p loyer to
replace such "o u ts id e " w orkm en with w orkm en r e fe r re d by the union as soon as the
latter becam e availa ble.

fa b le 29^

O rd er of re fe rra l for new em plo ym en t in construction ag re em en ts, by union, 1 9 7 2 -7 3
O rd er of r e fe r r a l of w orkm en
A ll agreem ents
Union 1

Total

F ir s t i n -f ir s t out

Group ranking 2

A gree­
ments
A ll u n io n s ---------------------------------------------A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F L A )---------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s (B M P )-----------------------------------------Iron w orkers (B S O IW )-----------------------------------C a rp e n ters (CJA) -----------------------------------------E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) ------------------------E levator C o n stru c to rs (IU E C )--------------------Operating E n gin ee rs (I U O E ) ----------------------L a b o r e rs ( L I U N A ) -----------------------------------------L ath ers (W W M L ) -------------------------------------------P ain ters (P A T ) ---------------------------------------------P la s te r s (O P C M ) ........................- ...........................
P lu m b ers (P P F ) ......................................- ............R o o fe r s ( R D W W )------------------- --------- - .................
Sheet M etal W o r k e r s (S M W ) -----------------------T e a m s te r s ( I B T ) ---------------------------------------------

W ork ers

A gree­
ments

W ork ers

A gree­
m ents

W o rk ers

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

267

60 3,, 671

154

3 1 0, 130

179

4 2 7 ,0 2 5

12
8
10
8
15
54
1
20
23
7
15
16
36
14
15
13

2 ,,64 5
17,,9 0 0
19,,8 0 0
17, 550
113,, 550
61,,0 6 0
16, 000
83, 155
127,,4 0 0
6 ,, 215
34,,3 7 0
18, 051
44,, 345
3,,67 5
13, 155
24,,8 0 0

9
8
4
4
3
51

2, 395
1 7 ,9 0 0
1 1 ,9 7 5
1 4 ,3 0 0
4 9 ,5 0 0
5 1 ,6 6 0

11
2
6
8
5
53

-

-

-

7
7
3
5
7
27
5
10
4

3 0 ,4 5 5
6 8 ,4 0 0
1, 395
6 , 150
9 , 775
2 7 ,9 5 0
1 ,4 5 0
6 , 055
10, 770

16
10
4
13
6
22
7
10
6

2, 360
5 ,8 0 0
16, 175
1 7 ,5 5 0
7 3 ,8 5 0
5 9 ,4 6 0
_
7 7 ,2 5 5
7 5 ,9 0 0
2 ,8 9 5
33, 195
6 ,7 1 5
2 5 ,2 7 5
2, 145
9 ,8 8 0
1 8 ,5 7 0

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6 , 580
2 1 , 8 5Q
7 0 ,8 4 0
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 9 0 ,6 9 5
7 7 ,2 7 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
7 0 ,4 2 0
3 0 ,9 3 6
6 8 ,2 4 5
13 ,2 3 1
4 2 , 290
5 2 ,3 9 0

A gree­
m ents

W o rk ers

Individual ranking 3
A gree­
m ents
18

-

1
_
_
3

W o rk ers
30, 680

8 , 800
_

2
2

2 ,6 0 0
_
3, 200

1
5

200
10, 950

_

No p rovisions
O th e r 4
A gree­
m ents

W ork ers

A gree­
ments

W ork ers

203

_
850
_
.

-

E m p loye r m ay
request sp ec ific
w orkm en
A gree­
W o rk ers
m ents

_

_

_

-

_

4

4 , 080

5 1 5 , 111

15

3 6 ,5 8 5

502

6 0 9 ,6 4 6

6
8
5
4
13
35
1
19
21
6
13
14
32
7
10
9

1 ,2 9 5
1 7 ,9 0 0
2 , 800
1 4 ,3 0 0
1 0 6 ,5 0 0
3 7 ,0 0 0
1 6 ,0 0 0
8 1 ,6 5 5
1 2 5 ,3 0 0
5 ,8 1 5
2 4 ,2 5 0
1 5 ,0 5 1
3 5 ,1 4 5
1 ,8 0 0
9 , 580
20 , 720

1
_

285

1
_

550

3

1 2 ,9 0 0

_
_

_

16
3
91
31
41
7
1
21
28
40
58
44
24
37
31
29

3, 935
3, 950
51, 040
35, 160
1 7 7 ,1 4 5
1 6 ,2 1 0
2 , 800
3 1 ,9 9 5
1 4 3 ,9 0 0
4 , 395
3 6 ,0 5 0
12, 885
2 3 ,9 0 0
9, 556
2 9 ,1 3 5
2 7 ,5 9 0

_
_
_
_

3
_

1 8 ,0 0 0

3
2
1
1

3, 050
250
650
900

_
_

1 F o r full n am es of unions, see footnote 1, table 2.
2 "G ro u p ran k in g" r e fe r s to a sy ste m whereby workm en are divided into tow or m o r e groups b ased upon num ber of y e a r s ' experience in the trade, or lo c a l
resid en cy, and. all w orkmen with­
in each group a r e ranked equ ally.
3
Individual ran k in g" r e fe r s to a sy stem whereby each workm en is ranked com p etitively again st ev ery other w orkm an with regard to sp ec ific length of se r v ic e with the fir m , in the industry,
the a r e a , etc.
(U su a lly , it is r e fe r r e d to as a sen iority sy ste m . )
4 Includes 9 a g ree m e n ts in which the workm en m ay request a sp ecific e m p lo y er, and 6 a greem en ts in which r e fe r r a l o rd er is based upon length of unem ploym ent.




in

A ll agreem en ts
Union1

P r e -h ir in g e x ­
am ination
p r o v isio n 3

Retention of p o s i­
tion on r e fe r r a l
lis t 2

P r e fe re n c e to
lo c a l r esid en ts

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

W o rk ers

A g ree m en ts

A ll u n io n s ---------------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

210

2 8 2 ,4 6 0

66

1 9 5 ,6 1 0

242

3 5 6 , 146

167

2 7 1 ,0 5 5

77

2 9 4 , 965

A s b e s to s W o r k e r s ( H F I A ) -------------------------B o ile rm a k e r s ( B B F ) -----------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s (B M P ) --------------------------------------Iron w orkers (B S O IW )----------------------------------C arp e n ters ( C J A ) -----------------------------------------E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -----------------------E levator C o n stru c to rs (IUEC) -----------------Operating E n gin ee rs (I U O E ) ---------------------L a b o r e rs (L I U N A ) ----------------------------------------L ath ers (W W M L ) -----------------------------------------P ain ters ( P A T ) ---------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M ) -------------------------------------P lu m b ers ( P P F ) --------------------------------------------R o o fers (R D W W )-------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s ( S M W ) ---------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) -------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 9 0, 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
18, 800
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
70, 420
30, 936
6 8 , 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

1
2
27
7
13
14

200
10, 500
2 5 , 740
16, 750
65, 350
1 2 ,4 0 0

2
2
2
5
4
23
12
2
2

560
5, 800
2 , 050
15, 150
2 8 , 000
3 2 ,2 2 0
5 2 ,7 0 0
35 , 900
395

10
10
21
26
9
55
1
8
8
3
13
7
42
9
12
8

2, 720
2 1 ,7 0 0
2 3 ,9 2 5
3 7 ,6 8 0
4 2 ,1 0 0
6 2 ,5 9 5
16, 000
8 , 835
27 , 200
390
2 6 , 850
1,916
50, 900
2, 590
1 6 ,2 5 5
14, 490

1

100

1
4
3
8
6
12
13
8
1
3
4
3
5
2
4

160
10, 300
9, 515
1 8 ,0 0 0
74, 850
2 1 ,0 9 5
5 3 ,3 4 0
74 , 300
100
730
11 , 9 0 0
3, 420
1 ,2 5 5
1, 750
1 4 ,2 5 0

A g r e e m e n ts

-

-

3
2
26
46
23
7
18
18
3

1 9 ,4 6 5
14, 650
3 ,4 5 5
6 1 ,7 8 0
1 2 ,5 1 5
7, 130
5, 200
1 3 ,0 2 5
14, 300

A g ree m en ts

W orkers

A gree m en ts

W ork ers

W ork ers

E m p loyee penalty for
violation of r e f e r ­
ral sy ste m rules

E m p loym ent of
older w ork ers

-

-

2
5
3
2

7, 800
1 1 ,0 8 5
-

2,200
1, 750

-

26
5
13
47
2
4
20
13
9
19
-

8
“

-

2 6 , 310
10, 950
60,000
60, 360
2 3 ,5 4 0
30, 500
3 , 690
2 3 ,7 3 0
5, 385
18, 440
8 , 050
“

1 F o r full n am es of unions, see footnote 1, table 2.
2 R e fe r s to a w o rk m a n 's right to retain his p osition on the r e fe r r a l lis t follow ing a r e fe r r a l under certain conditions.
M o st com m on are "s h o r t -t e r m job c l a u s e s ," which
p e r m it the w orkm an to retain his nam e at the top of the lis t follow ing r e fe r r a l to a job lasting le s s than a sp ecified p eriod .
Other cla u se s permit- the w orkm an to decline one
or m o r e s h o r t -t e r m or other job s without losin g his position on the lis t .
3 P r e -h ir in g exam ination s m a y b e required to determ ine the potential em p lo y e e 's com petence (sk ill and a b ility), p hysical fitn e s s , or both.
Of the 242 a g r e e m e n ts, 38 banned
a p h y sic a l exam ination .
NOTE:




Nonadditive.

T ab le 31. P en alty fo r vio la tio n o f re fe rra l rules in construction
ag re em en ts, 19 72—73
P enalty for violation of
r e fe r ra l r u le s 1

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ----------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

Total r efe rrin g to penalty for
violation of R eferral ru les ----------------

77

2 9 4 , 965

59
7

2 0 0 , 575
5 7 ,0 8 0

4
7

2 2 ,2 5 0
15, 060

692

91 8, 352

F o r failu re to report to w ork ------------------F o r inability to do work ----------------------------F o r both failu re to rep ort and
inability to work ---------------------------------------F o r unspecified violations ------------------------No refe ren c e to penalty for
violation of r e fe r r a l ru les ----------------

1 In gen eral, violation of the r e fe r r a l ru les
being dropped to the bottom of the r e fe r r a l lis t .

r e su lts

in the e m p lo y e e 's nam e

T ab le 3 3 . Provisions fo r em p lo ym en t of o ld er w o rke rs in
construction a g re e m e n ts , 19 7 2 —73
P r o v isio n for p r e -h ir in g exam ination

A gree m en ts

W ork ers

E m p loym ent of old er w ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W orker s

A ll a g r e e m e n t s -----------------------------------------A ll a g r e e m e n t s ------------------------------------------

Total r e fe r rin g to p r e -h ir in g
exam ination --------------------------------------------------C om p eten cy exam ination
re q u ir e d 1 -------------------------------------------------------------C om p eten cy exam ination req u ired under
certain cond itions2 ------------------------------------------P h y sic a l exam ination
r e q u ir e d --------------------------------------------------------------P h y sic a l exam ination req u ired under
certain conditions --------------------------------------------P h y sic a l exam ination not
req u ired ---------------------------------------------------------

No r e fe r e n c e to p r e -h ir in g
exam ination --------------------------------------------------

242

1, 2 1 3 ,3 1 7

3 5 6 , 146

74

1 3 8 ,3 2 5

110

1 1 3 ,2 6 0

12

1 4 ,0 0 0

31

8 1 ,5 9 5

38

48, 476

527

8 5 7 ,1 7 1

7 69

Total requiring em ploym en t of
old er w ork ers ----------------------------------------------

167

2 7 1 ,0 5 5

Total estab lish ing ratio of total w ork ers
to old er w o r k e r s -----------------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

145

2 0 3 ,8 7 0

2 to 1 ------------------------------------------------------------

1

2

8 , 000
2 1 ,0 9 5
29. 450
4 1 ,1 9 5
16, 260
5, 455
1, 950
7, 850
3 9 ,6 6 5
2 0 , 600
1 2 ,3 5 0

12

25, 720

3 to 1 -----------------------------------------------------------4 to 1 -----------------------------------------------------------5 to 1 -----------------------------------------------------------6 to 1 -----------------------------------------------------------7 to 1 -----------------------------------------------------------8 to 1 -----------------------------------------------------------9 to l -----------------------------------------------------------10 to 1 --------------------------------------------------------G re ate r than 10 to l 2 -----------------------------O th e r3 --------------------------------------------------------M in im um of one old er w orker
req u ired after sp ecified number
of w ork ers are hired --------------------------------R efere n ce to em ploym en t of older
w o r k e r s; no d etails given -----------------------No p ro v isio n ---------------------------------------------------

1 A "c o m p e te n c y ex a m in a tio n " is a te st designed to determ ine if a w orkm an is c a ­
pable of p e r fo r m in g jo u r n e y m a n -le v e l w ork.
2 The conditions r e fe r r e d to involve workm en who have not undergone a fo r m a l
ap pren ticesh ip p r o g r a m , w hose qualifications are in doubt, or who are recen t a r r iv a ls
in the a r e a .




10
33
53
13
5
4
7
13
4

10

4 1 ,4 6 5

602

9 4 2 ,2 62

1 "E m p lo y m en t of older w o r k e r s " includes p ro v isio n s for the hiring a n d /o r r eten ­
tion of older w o r k e r s; sp ecified age v a rie s fr o m con tract to contract.
2 Includes 3 agree m e n ts which set an 11 to 1 ratio and 1 agreem ent which sets a
12 to 1 ratio.
3 One agree m e n t sets a 5 to 1 ratio for w ork ers over 50 years of age and a 10
to 1 ratio for w ork ers over 60 y e a rs of age; the other a greem en t va rie s the ratio with
type of work p e r fo r m e d .

Part V.




Seasonality, Safety, and Related Provisions

Inclement weather
Rain gear
Safety rights and obligations
Safety committees

All agreem ents

Ri gh t to r e f u s e w o r k
in i n c l e m e n t w e a t h e r

R a in g e a r p r o v i s i o n 2

U nion1
W orkers

A greem ents

Agreem ents

A l l u n i o n s ----------------------------------------------

769

1, 2 1 3 , 3 1 7

125

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F 1 A ) --------------------------B o i l e r m a k e r s ( B B F ) ------------------------------------B r i c k l a y e r s (B M P ) ---------------------------------------I r o n w o r k e r s (BS OIW) -----------------------------------C a r p e n t e r s (C JA ) ------------------------------------------E l e c t r i c a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -----------------------E l e v a t o r C o n s t r u c t o r s ( I U E C ) -------------------O p e r a t i n g E n g i n e e r s ( I U O E ) ----------------------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) ----------------------------------------L a t h e r s (W W M L ) ------------------------------------------P a i n t e r s ( P A T ) ----------------------------------------------P l a s t e r s ( O P C M ) ------------------------------------------P l u m b e r s ( P P F ) -------------------------------------------R o o f e r s ( R D W W ) -------------------------------------------Sh eet M e t a l W o r k e r s ( S M W ) ---------------- ------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) --------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
21,850
70,840
52,710
2 9 0 , 695
77,270
18,800
115,150
271,300
10,610
70,420
30,936
68, 245
13,231
4 2, 290
52,390

W orkers

Agreem ents

_

W orkers

388, 591

17

44,255

-

-

1
2

350
9, 200

2
2
19
10

400
1, 775
79, 450
6, 790

-

-

-

1
6
2

1, 200
30,300
1 ,0 0 5

-

-

-

39,150
208, 000
1, 000
11, 651
26, 195

8
38
1
15
20
2
8

-

-

-

_
900
300

2
1

-

-

1 ,0 4 5
13, 135

-

1, 000

2

1 F o r full n am es of unions, see footnote, 1, table 2.
2 A p r o v isio n for rain gear is a statem ent of the e m p lo y e r 's obligation to provide p rotective gear such as rain coats, rainhats, and rubber b oots, for em p loyee s
w ork outside in in cle m en t w eath er. The 125 agreem ents include 3 in which the em p lo y er was not p erm itted to p rovide rain ge ar.
NOTE:

T a b le 3 5 .

who continue to

Nonadditive.

E m ployer o b lig a tio n s fo r em ployee safety in c o n s tru c tio n a g re e m e n ts by u n io n , 19 72—73
R e ferrin g to e m p lo y er safety obligation
A ll agreem ents
Union 1

T otal
A gree ments

A ll u n io n s ---------------------------------------------A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F L A )---------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------------------Iron w ork ers (B S O IW )-----------------------------------C arp e n ters ( C J A ) -------------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) ------------------------E le vator C o n str u c to r s (IU E C )--------------------O peratin g E n gin ee rs (I U O E ) -----------------------L a b o r e rs ( L I U N A ) -----------------------------------------L ath e rs (W W M L ) -------------------------------------------P a in ters (P A T ) ---------------------------------------------P la s t e r s (O P C M ) ----- -------------------------------------P lu m b e r s (P P F ) --------------------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W )--------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s ( S M W ) -----------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) ---------------------------------------------

769
28
11
101
t
39 i
56
61 /
2/
41

¥

4*7
73
60
60
51
46
42

No referen ce

Lighting and
ventilation
A gree­
W orkers
m ents

Safe conditions 2

A ccid en t p rocedu re
A gree­
m ents

A g ree m ents

A gree­
m ents

W o rk ers

A gree­
m ents

1. 2 1 3 ,3 1 7

622

1 ,0 3 6 , 177

490

8 2 6 ,8 8 7

85

6 3 ,8 6 5

179

3 7 8 ,8 9 7

6 , 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
7 0 ,8 4 0
52, 710
2 9 0 ,6 9 5
7 7 ,2 7 0
18, 800
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10 ,6 1 0
7 0 ,4 2 0
3 0 ,9 3 6
6 8 ,2 4 5
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 , 290
52, 390

26
11
67
37
49
54
34
47
35
63
50
50
39
32
28

6 , 030
2 1 , 850
6 0 ,3 2 0
4 9 ,9 1 0
2 3 2 ,0 2 5
6 4 ,8 4 0

17
10
58
35
36
36
31
34
34
58
39
27
33
18
24

4 , 385
2 1 ,5 5 0
5 5 ,3 6 0
4 9 , 010
1 7 2 ,7 7 5
4 1 ,3 5 0

6
3
22
4
1
4

1 ,7 7 5
700
1 6 ,2 5 5
5, 700
3, 500
2, 585

3
5
12
18
28
18

520
6 ,4 0 0
8 , 275
1 9 ,8 3 0
1 4 4 ,6 0 0
23, 160

W ork ers

-

1 0 7 ,8 0 0
2 5 6 ,3 0 0
4 , 120
6 6 ,4 4 5
28, 026
6 0 ,5 1 5
1 0 ,9 3 1
2 7 ,6 4 0
3 9 ,4 2 5

W o rk ers

-

1 0 1 ,3 0 0
2 1 5 ,2 5 0
4 , 020
5 3 ,5 2 0
1 9 ,9 4 6
2 6 ,4 1 5
9, 356
15, 260
3 7 ,3 9 0

-

5
-

2
8
23
-

2
4
1

-

1 0 ,4 4 0
610
6 , 940
9 ,9 1 5
-

425
3, 220
1, 800

-

9
15
5
14
15
10
10
10
7

F ir s t aid kits

W orkers

-

2 3 ,2 0 5
7 8 ,4 0 0
705
27, 555
8 , 816
1 7 ,3 5 0
3, 251
11,200
5, 630

94
1
1
6
7
9
20
-

3
4
4
13
4
5
11
4
2

Safety equipm ent3
A gree­
m ents

W orkers

A gree­
ments

W ork ers

W ork ers

1 8 3 ,0 7 2

397

6 8 3 ,5 7 6

147

1 7 7 ,1 4 0

120
5, 000
3 ,0 2 0
1 1 ,5 7 5
66,000
2 2 ,8 1 5

23
9
44
24
30
37

5, 295
16, 550
4 4 ,7 2 5
3 9 ,6 1 0
1 3 4 ,6 0 0
4 2 ,4 8 5

2

550
1 0 ,5 2 0
2 , 800
5 8 ,6 7 0
1 2 ,4 3 0
18, 800
7, 350
1 5 ,0 0 0
6 ,4 9 0
3, 975
2, 910
7, 730
2 , 300
1 4 ,6 5 0
1 2 ,9 6 5

-

-

-

5, 300
4 2 ,4 0 0
370
1 3 ,3 3 0
566
4 , 600
3 ,5 0 6
2 ,4 5 0
2 , 020

20
32
20
36
26
40
24
16
16

7 1 ,0 8 0
1 7 2 ,6 5 0
1 ,9 4 5
58, 570
18, 311
42 , 140
6 , 585
9, 105
1 9 ,9 2 5

-

34
2
7
7
2
7
4
12
10
10
10
12
14
14

1 F o r full n a m es o f u nion s, see footnote 1, table 2.
2 "S a fe c o n d itio n s" include r e fe r e n c e s to safe transportation, an em ployee sa fety p ro g ra m , rules again st unsafe conditions and equipm ent, and com pliance with la w s, ord inan ces, and safety codes.
3 "S a fe t y eq u ip m en t" in clu d es such item s as safety g la s s e s , gloves for handling hazardou s m a t e r ia ls , g o g g le s, h ard h a ts, etc . which the em p loyer is obliged to provide for em ployees engaged in
dan­
gerou s w o rk . Not included is r e s p ir a to r y equipment which is contained in the "lig h tin g and v e n tila tio n " to ta ls.




R e f e r r i n g to right: 3 and o b l i g a t i o n s
R ig h t to re f u s e
w o r k in u ns a fe
conditions

All agreem ents
Total2

Un io n 1
Agreem ents
A l l u n i o n s ---------------------------------------------A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F I A ) ---------------------------B o i l e r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------------------B r i c k l a y e r s (B M P ) --------------------------------------I r o n w o r k e r s ( B S O I W ) -----------------------------------C a r p e n t e r s (C JA) ------------------------------------------E l e c t r i c a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) ------------------------E l e v a t o r C o n s t r u c t o r s ( I U E C ) --------------------O p e r a t i n g E n g i n e e r s ( I U O E ) -----------------------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) -----------------------------------------L a t h e r s ( W W M L ) -------------------------------------------P a i n t e r s ( P A T ) -----------------------------------------------P l a s t e r s ( O P C M ) --------------------------------------------P l u m b e r s ( P P F ) ---------------------------------------------R o o f e r s ( R D W W ) --------------------------------------------Sh ee t M e t a l W o r k e r s ( S M W ) -----------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) ---------------------------------------------

W orkers

Agreem ents

W orkers

A greem ents

E m p loy ee discipline
fo r violation of
s a fe t y ru le s

E m p loyee c o m ­
p l i a n c e with
s a f e t y ru l e s

W orkers

Agreem ents

E m p l o y e e duty to
r e p o r t u ns a fe
c o n d it i o n s

W orkers

A g r e e m e nts W o r k e r s

Agreem ents

W orkers

1, 213, 317

396

717,886

223

470,366

225

408,570

76

128, 390

35

79,785

373

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
21,850
70,840
52,710
290,695
77,270
18,800
115,150
271,300
10,610
70,420
30,936
68, 245
13,231
42, 290
52,390

9
9
44
29
26
32

1 ,8 1 5
16,050
38,015
44,160
146,900
47,130

6
1
24
13
16
15

1 ,4 7 0
800
19, 430
26, 625
106,200
15,225

5
8
26
20
16
25

705
15,900
29,395
36, 885
69,450
40,245

1

160
9 ,4 5 0
2, 830
18, 900
7, 180

1
3
2
2
5
5
3
4
-

160
1 ,0 5 0
4, 400
1 ,4 5 0
24,950
8, 360
7, 300
13,700
-

19
2
57
10
30
29
2
13
20
20
29
29
41
21
37
14

-

-

-

-

28
31
27
44
31
19
30
9
28

95,300
163,400
4, 425
53,885
19,416
26,095
8, 350
6, 960
44,985

18
14
20
28
19
10
14
3
22

71,105
101,100
3, 280
46, 065
10,591
20,170
3, 255
3 ,0 0 0
42 , 050

-

18
17
8
23
20
9
17
5
8

-

11
4
4
4

-

-

-

53,685
98, 900
1,005
26, 600
10,710
7, 225
5, 180
5, 380
7, 305

4
11
3
5
8
3
8
2
8

20,520
48, 800
49 0
1 ,6 3 5
2, 905
3, 300
1 ,9 5 5
1, 180
9, 085

N on additive.




Agreem ents

769

1 F o r full n am es o f u nions, se e footnote 1, table 2.
2 Includes 6 a g ree m e n ts c overin g 3, 205 w o r k e r s, not shown elsew h e re, which p erm it em p loyee s to grieve unsafe cond itions.
NOTE:

No r e f e r e n c e

T ab le 37. L a b o r-m a n a g e m e n t s a fe ty c o m m itte e p ro vision s in
co n stru ctio n a g re e m e n ts , 1 9 7 2 —73
L ab or-m an age m e n t safety c om m itte es

A g ree m en ts

W o rk ers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ----------------------------------------

769

1 .2 1 3 .3 1 7

Total refe rrin g to safety c o m m it t e e s ----No r e f e r e n c e --------------------------------------------------

66
703

1 1 4 ,0 9 1
1, 0 9 9 , 2 2 6

-

-

2
2
6

355
2, 000
16, 060

W orke r s
496,431
4, 765
5, 800
32,825
8, 550
143, 795
30,140
18,800
1 9, 8 50
10 7 ,9 0 0
6, 185
16, 5 35
1 1, 520
42, 1 50
4, 881
35, 3 30
7 L o

Part V I.




Provisions Governing W orking Conditions

Advance notice o f la y o ff
Materials, tools, & equipment rules
Repairs
Poor workmanship penalty
Crew size, height & weight rules
Construction standards
Subcontracting
Working employers
Non-bargaining unit personnel
Employee transfer restrictions
Tools provisions
Employee facilities
Work clothing

R e ferrin g to num ber of hour s of advance notice of layoff
Total

Un ion 1
A g ree m en ts

Worke rs

A g reem en ts

W ork ers

A g ree m en ts

A l l u n i o n s -------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

253

4 7 6 , 625

174

3 7 6 , 700

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F I A ) -----B o i l e r m a k e r s ( B E F ) ---------------B r i c k l a y e r s ( B M P ) ------ -----------I r o n w o r k e r s ( B S O I W ) --------------C a r p e n t e r s ( C J A ) ---------------------E l e c t r i c a l W o r k e r s (I BE W ) —
E l e v a t o r C o n s t r u c t o r s (IUE C)
O p e r a t i n g E n g i n e e r s (IUOE) —
L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) --------------------L a t h e r s ( W W M L ) ---------------------P a i n t e r s ( P A T ) -------------------------P l a s t e r s (O P C M ) ---------------------P l u m b e r s ( P P F ) ----------------------R o o f e r s ( R D W W ) ----------------------Shee t M e t a l W o r k e r s (SMW ) -T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) -----------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
21, 850
7 0 ,8 4 0
52, 710
2 9 0 ,6 9 5
7 7 ,2 7 0
18, 800
115, 150
271, 300
1 0 ,6 1 0
70, 420
30, 936
68, 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
42, 290
52, 390

11
4
44
4
43
39
2
12
11
15
22
24
9
9
4

2, 570
1, 700
36, 635
2, 425
23 8, 270
5 4 ,9 2 0
1 1 ,1 0 0
6 2 ,8 0 0
4, 240
17, 875
5, 435
26, 215
1, 915
5, 980
4, 545

3
4
36
4
35
18
1
9
10
9
20
16
4
4
1

600
1, 700
29, 460
2, 425
2 1 4 ,0 0 0
33, 345
4, 100
4 9 ,9 0 0
4, 190
8, 475
4 , 270
2 0 ,4 9 5
790
2, 700
250

M ore tharl 4 hours;
le s s than 24 hour s 2
A l l un io ns

-----------------------

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F I A ) -----B o i l e r m a k e r s ( B B F ) ---------------B r i c k l a y e r s ( B M P ) ------------------I r o n w o r k e r s ( B S O I W ) --------------C a r p e n t e r s ( C J A ) ---------------------E l e c t r i c a l W o r k e r s (I B E W l —
E l e v a t o r C o n s t r u c t o r s (IUEC)
O p e r a t i n g E n g i n e e r s (IUOE) —
L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) --------------------L a t h e r s ( W W M L ) -----------------------P a i n t e r s ( P A T ) ------------------------P l a s t e r s ( O P C M ) ----------------------P l u m b e r s ( P P F ) ------------------------R o o f e r s ( R D W W ) ----------------------Sh eet M e t a l W o r k e r s (SM W) —
T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) ------------------------

24 hours (1 day)

A greem ents

6, 510

11

4, 360

1
1
2
1
1
1

350
450
2, 020
1, 600
290
1, 800

2
3
1
2
2
1
“

250
3, 330
50
325
280
125
"

12

6, 950

1
5
3
1
2

|
1

325
2, 660
1, 220
250
2 ,4 9 5

W ork ers
1 5 ,4 2 5

570
1 8 ,4 5 0
4 , 315
8, 000
100
265
2, 500
325
2, 780

3
2
3
1
1
1
1

1 ,0 7 0
1, 255
5, 670
7, 000
75
230
125

-

2
4
5
1
1
1
4
1
2

12

-

-

O th e r3

No r efe ren ce

16

2 9 , 375

516

73 6. 692

2
2
2
4
2
2
1
1
-

300
575
800
000
900
900
900
000
-

17
7
57
35
13
22
2
39
39
36
58
38
36
42
37
38

4, 010
2 0 ,1 5 0
3 4 ,2 0 5
5 0 ,2 8 5
5 2 ,4 2 5
22, 350
18, 800
1 0 4 ,0 5 0
208, 500
6, 370
52, 545
25, 501
4 2 , 030
11, 316
36, 310
47 , 845

4,
3,
4,

4,
8,
2,

-

1 F o r ful l n a m e s o f u n i o n s , s e e fo o t n o t e 1, tabl e 2.
2 I n c l u d e s 1 a g r e e m e n t r e q u i r i n g 5 h o u r s n o t i c e ; 1 a g r e e m e n t f o r 16 h o u r s ; 3 a g r e e m e n t s f o r 8 h o u r s , and 2 a g r e e m e n t s f o r 20 h o u r s .
3 I n c l u d e s 3 a g r e e m e n t s r e q u i r i n g 40 h o u r s n o t i c e ; 1 a g r e e m e n t s ti pu la ti ng m o r e than 90 h o u r s ; 1 a g r e e m e n t in w h i c h a m o u n t o f n o t i c e v a r i e d ,
to a d v a n c e n o t i c e but g a v e no d e t a i l s on the a m o un t o f a dv an c e n o t i c e .




A greem ents

W orke rs
37, 305

21

48 hours (2 days)

7

4 hours

2 hours

L e s s than 1 hour
W ork ers

"

and 11 a g r e e m e n t s w h ic h r e f e r r e d

L im itation s on sp ec ified m a te r ia ls
A ll agree m e n ts
U nion1

P riso n -m ad e

P refab ric ate d
A gree m en ts

A l l u n io n s ---------------------------------------------A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F L A )--------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) ------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s (B M P ) ---------------------------------------Iron w ork ers (B S O IW )------------------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) ------------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W )-----------------------E le vator C o n str u c to r s (IU E C )-------------------O peratin g E n g in ee rs (IU O E )----------------------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) ---------------- ------------------------L ath e rs (W W M L ) ------------------------------------------P a in ters ( P A T ) ----------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M ) --------------------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) ---------------------------------------------R o o fe r s ( R D W W )-------------------------------- -----------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s ( S M W )-------------- -------T e a m s t e r s ( I E T ) --------------------------------------------

1
2

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

115

1 4 2 ,4 1 5

52

8 6 ,3 0 0

4

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 9 0 , 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
18, 800
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
70 , 420
30, 936
6 8 ,2 4 5
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

3

800

_

9 , 405

_

.

.

1
1

4 , 800
105

W ork ers

-

A g r e e m e n ts

-

3
4
5
12
-

W ork ers

-

690
3, 875
2 4 ,8 0 0
14, 940
70
8 , 000
1, 300
7, 200
265
4 7 ,8 3 0
3 2 ,6 4 5

A g r e e m e n ts

-

5,
9,
6,
7,

435
150
600
000
9 , 500
3 7 ,4 0 0
655
1 ,4 3 0
4 , 865
1, 015

9
3
3
1
2
1,0
2
7
6
5

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

-

-

-

“

_
6
6
6
_

4 , 500

-

29

-

2

-

-

-

-

-

4

1
1
7
8
1
36
34

F o r full n am es of unions, see footnote 1, table 2.
Includes lim itation s on size of paintbrush es, prohibitions on paint r o lle r s ,

NOTE:




W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

3 ,2 5 0

"

■

re str ic tio n s on siz e of m o r ta r tr o w e ls ,

L im itations on tools
and equipment2

Union-■made
m a te r ia ls requ ired

F o r e ig n -m a d e

-

1
4
1
3
2

W ork ers

A g ree m en ts
63

1 4 1 ,9 8 5

_

1
_
4

160
_
2, 325
_
3 2 ,0 0 0
_
_

9, 840
_
95, 300
1 1 ,9 5 5
_
_
_
10 , 000
3, 415
220
5, 480
3, 700

-

3
_
_
2
4
_
36
3
6
4
_
"

etc .

N onadditive.

T a b le 4 0 .

S elected rules on re p a irs in co n stru ctio n a g re e m e n ts , by u n io n , 1 9 7 2 —73
A ll agree m e n ts

Jurisd iction of equipm ent r e p a ir s 2

P en alty for poor workm anship

Union 1
A gree m en ts

W o rk ers

A ll u n io n s ----------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F I A )---------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ---------------------------Iron w ork e rs (BSOIW) ----------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) ------------------------ -----E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( IB E W )------------E levator C o n stru ctors (IU E C )--------O p eratin g E ngin eers (IUOE)------------L a b o r e r s (L I U N A )-----------------------------L a th e rs (W W M L )--------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) -----------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )----------------------------P lu m b e r s (P P F) ----------------------- --------R o o fe r s (R D W W )---------- ---------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (S M W )-----------T e a m s t e r s (IBT)----------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
29 0 , 695
77, 270
18, 800
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
70, 420
30, 936
68, 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

1 F o r full nam es of unions, see footnote 1, table 2.
2 C o v e r s p r ovision s which designate resp o n sib ility for
to be of p oor quality when used.

A g r e e m e n ts
29

-

2

W orkers
140, 710

_
945
_
56, 200

A g r e e m e n ts
98
6
_
2
-

W ork ers
98, 720
1, 535
_

4 5 , 565
2 3 ,7 0 0
_
.
4, 900
-

_
3
4
4
14
1

7, 025
_
_
60, 620
_
_
_
340
3, 150
1, 500
2 4 , 225
325

-

-

-

_

3

9, 400

-

3
-

16
2
_
-

3
-

-

-

44
-

W ork ers

1 3 9 ,9 1 0

-

rep air of m a te r ia ls and equipm ent which a r r iv e at the w o r k -s ite dam aged or which prove

11,000

2 6, boo

_

58, 6 0 0
3, 625
6, 450
1 ,8 2 5

_
-

T a b le 4 2 . P e n a lty pro vision s fo r poor w o rk m a n s h ip in
c o n s tru c tio n a g re e m e n ts , 1 9 7 2 —73
J urisd iction

W orker s

Agreem ents

T ype of penalty
All agreem ents

A l l a g r e e m e n t s ------------------------------------------

769

1 , 2 1 3 , 317

T o t a l r e f e r r i n g to j u r i s d i c t i o n ------------------M a n u f a c t u r e r ' s j u r i s d i c t i o n ------------------------------C o n t r a c t o r ' s j u r i s d i c t i o n -----------------------------------

29
18
11

140, 710
124,515
16, 195

No r e f e r e n c e ----------------------------------------------------

740

1 ,0 7 2 , 607




Agreem ents

---------------------------------------

W orkers

769

T o t a l r e f e r r i n g to p e n a l t y f o r p o o r
w o r k m a n s h i p -----------------------------------------------

1 ,2 1 3,3 17

98

98, 720

R e p a i r at w o r k e r ' s e x p e n s e ---------------------------R e p a i r on w o r k e r ' s t i m e --------------------------------R e p a i r at w o r k e r ' s e x p e n s e and on
w o r k e r ' s t im e -------------------------------------------------S u b je c t to n e g o t i a t i o n --------------------------------------R e f e r e n c e to p e n a l t y ; no r e f e r e n c e to
type o f p e n a l t y -------------------------------------------------E m p l o y e e s u b j e c t to d i s c i p l i n e ----------------------

75
12

85, 535
7, 680

1
6

1, 000
2, 730

2
2

375
1 ,4 0 0

No r e f e r e n c e --------------------------------------------------

671

1, 114, 597

T a b le 4 3 . Rules g overning crew size, h e ig h t and w e ig h t a g re e m e n ts ,
by u n io n , 1 9 7 2 —73
W eigh t3

H eight2

C rew size

A ll agreem ents
Union1
A g ree m en ts
A ll u n io n s -------------------------------------------A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F I A ) -------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -----------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s (B M P ) --------------------------------------Iron w ork ers (B S O IW )---------------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) -----------------------------------------E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) ----------------------E le vator C o n str u c to r s (IUEC) --------------O perating E n g in ee rs ( IU O E )---------------------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) ------------ --------------------------L a th e rs (W W M L ) -----------------------------------------P a in ters ( P A T ) ---------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )--------------------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) --------------------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W ) ------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (S M W ) ---------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) -------------------------------------------

1
2
3

769
28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

A g ree m en ts

W ork ers

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

296

4 5 3 ,2 5 6

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
29 0 , 695
77, 270
18, 800
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
7 0 ,4 2 0
3 0 , 936
68, 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

7
6
43
37
12
56
1
30
9
3
27
15
17
29
1
3

W ork ers

2, 095
2, 750
4 7 , 210
4 9 ,5 6 0
6 6 ,6 5 0
72, 045
2 , 800
97 , 250
4 5 , 150
1 ,8 1 0
14, 750
10, 345
2 1 ,3 0 0
9 ,3 4 1
3 ,4 0 0
6, 800

F o r f u l l n a m e s o f u n i o n s, s e e fo o t n o t e 1, t abl e 2.
R e f e r s to c o n t r a c t u a l l i m i t s on the d i s t a n c e a b o v e the g r o u n d an e m p l o y e e m a y w o r k .
R e f e r s to c o n t r a c t u a l l i m i t s o n the a m o u n t of w e i g h t an e m p l o y e e m a y lift.

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

69

106, 406

73

106, 170

3

1, 070
4 5 , 350
6, 150
2, 600
8 ,3 0 0

3
42
1
2
2
1
7
6
9
-

670
4 8 , 140
1 ,6 5 0
1, 130
1 7 ,3 0 0
6, 650
18, 085
9, 120
3 , 425
-

-

37
4
1
4
-

-

-

2 2 ,6 5 0
1 3 ,4 9 0
350
5, 100
1 ,3 4 6
-

4
7
2
2
5
-

W o rk ers

A gree m en ts

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (HFLA) -----------B o ile rm a k e r s ( B E F ) -------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ---------------------------Iron w orkers (B S O IW )--------------- -----C arp en ters (CJA) -----------------------------E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s ( IB E W )------------E le vator C on stru ctors (IU E C )--------O peratin g Engineers (IUOE)------------L a b o r e rs (L I U N A )-----------------------------L ath e rs (W W M L) ------------------------------P ain ters (P A T) ---------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )--------------------------P lu m b ers (P P F) --------------------------------R o o fer s (R D W W )--------------------------------Sheet M e tal W o r k e r s ( S M W ) --------T e a m s te r s (IBT) ---------------------------------

W ork ers

A g ree m en ts

170

1 2 5 ,7 9 5
4 , 035

1 ,0 7 5 ,2 9 1

572

19

6 ,5 8 0
2 1 ,8 5 0
7 0 ,8 4 0
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 9 0 ,6 9 5
7 7 ,2 7 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
7 0 ,4 2 0
3 0 ,9 3 6
6 8 ,2 4 5
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

W ork ers

A gree m en ts

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

769

Subcontracting
lim itation s *

Construction
standards 2

A ll agreem en ts

Union 1

27
8
53
31
45
57
1
33
40
35
58
35
42
28
46
33

-

-

7 , 720
100
7 0 , 210
1, 100
4 , 360
4 , 075
8 ,0 7 5
2 2 ,1 5 5
975
2, 980
10

21
-

1
49
-

2
25
7
20
18
4
3
1

6 ,4 8 0
20, 500
4 9 ,2 7 0
4 4 ,4 1 0
2 6 9 ,1 0 0
7 5 ,1 1 0
1 6 ,0 0 0
1 0 7 ,8 7 5
2 3 5 ,7 5 0
9 .0 1 5
6 4 ,0 4 5
2 4 ,8 4 6
5 7 ,2 6 0
6, 730
4 2 ,2 9 0
4 6 ,6 1 0

1 F o r full nam es of unions, see footnote 1, table 2.
2 "C on stru ction stan d ard s" are a set of sp ecification s or a statem en t which e sta b lish es that the w ork p e r fo r m e d w ill be of a sp ecified quality,
3 "S u b con tractin g" is a procedu re in which the origin al em p loyer contracts out a ll or p art of the w ork to another contracting fir m .
N ote:

Nonadditive.

T a b le 4 5 . R e s tric tio n s on w o rk in g em p lo ye rs, n o n -b a rg a in in g u n it p e rs o n n e l, and em p lo yee tra n s fe rs in co n s tru c tio n
a g re e m e n ts , by u n io n , 1 9 7 2 —73
Union1

A ll agreem ents
A greem en ts

A ll u n io n s -----------------------------'----A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ''H F I A )---------------B o ile r m a k e r s (B B F ) ------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------Iron w orkers (B S O IW )------------------------ (
C arp e n ters ( C J A ) -------------------------------E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W )------------E levator C o n str u c to r s (IUEC) -------O perating E n gin eers ( IU O E )-----------L a b o r e rs ( L I U N A ) -----------------------------L ath ers (W W M L ) -------------------------------P a in ters ( P A T ) -----------------------------------P la s t e r s (O P C M )--------------------------------P lu m b e r s (P P F ) --------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W )--------------------------------Sheet M e tal W o r k e r s ( S M W )-----------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) ---------------------------------




F o r full n am es of unions,

W o rk ers

E m p lo y e r not perm itted
to work with tools

E m p loye r p erm itted to work
with tools under
certain circu m sta n c es

R e str ic tio n on n o n -b a r g a in ­
ing unit p erson n el
doing unit w ork

A g ree m en ts

A gree m en ts

A gree m en ts

W orke rs

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

77

9 8 ,4 7 0

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70 , 840
52 , 710
2 9 0 ,6 9 5
7 7 ,2 7 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
70, 420
3 0 ,9 3 6
6 8 ,2 4 5
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 , 290
5 2 ,3 9 0

8
1
7
1
1
21

2, 195
900
6 ,4 4 0
1, 000
1 5 ,0 0 0
1 6 ,7 7 0
_
8 , 000
1, 525
8 , 165
1, 115
22 , 600
2, 560
5, 200
7 , 000

see footnote 1,

table 2.

-

1
5
10
3
10
7
1
1

167

-

33
-

8
27
_
1
2
2
27
19
23
12
13

W o rk ers
24 2, 491

_
2 1 ,8 7 5
_
106, 600
2 8 ,2 8 0
_
1 ,4 0 0
4 , 500
400
31 , 155
9, 325
2 6 ,5 8 5
3, 116
9, 255
-

150
3
1
10
3
7
7
1
5
10
9
14 /
14
12
7
36
11

W orkers

R estriction on
em ployee tra n sfer
A g reem en ts

W ork ers

2 2 7 ,4 4 5

132

710
5 , 000
4 , 730
4 , 050
4 2 ,0 0 0
7, 290
16, 000
1 5 ,9 5 0
4 7 ,6 5 0
2, 020
4 ,8 4 0
5, 135
1 5 ,3 7 0
2, 050
3 5 ,7 5 5
1 8 ,8 9 5

2

985

12

7 ,9 1 5

9
20

7 3 ,1 0 0
4 5 ,1 1 0

9
1
4
8
11
13
6
35
2

5 3 ,8 1 5
3 5 ,0 0 0
1, 525
8 ,9 1 0
6, 920
2 1 ,6 5 7
1 ,2 3 5
3 1 ,6 5 5
7, 035

2 9 4 ,8 8 0

E m ployee tra nsfer r e str ic tio n s

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ----------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

T otal restrictin g tra n sfe r s -----------------------

132

2 9 4 , 880

Betw een j o b s ------------------------------------------------------Between p ro jec ts ----------------------------------------------Betw een em p loyers ------------------------------------------Betw een jobs and p rojects -----------------------------Betw een job s and em p loyers -------------------------Betw een p ro jec ts and em p loyers -----------------R eferen ce to r estriction s on tr a n s fe r s ;
no details given -----------------------------------------------

69
8
45
1
4
2

1 3 2 ,9 6 5
10, 800
134, 605
3, 500
8, 050
1 ,3 6 0

3

3, 600

637

9 1 8 , 437

No r efe ren ce to tra n sfer
restrictio n s ------------------------------------------------

T a b le 47 .

P ro vis io n s fo r fu rn is h in g , replacing and s to rin g tools, in c o n s tru c tio n a g re e m e n ts , by u n io n , 1 9 7 2 —73
T ools furnished by

T o o l insurance
or rep lacem en t

A ll agreem en ts
U nion1

E m ployee

E m p loyer

A g ree m en ts
A ll unions -------------------------------A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F I A )--------------E o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) ------------------------B r ic k la y e r s (B M P ) -------------------------Iron w ork e rs (BSOIW) —--------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) ------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -----------E le v a to r C o n str u c to r s ( I U E C ) -----O p eratin g E n gin ee rs (I U O E ) ----------L a b o r e r s (L I U N A ) ------------------------------L ath e rs (W W M L ) ------------------------------P a in ters ( P A T ) ----------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M ) --------------------------P lu m b e r s (P P F ) -------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W )-------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (S M W )----------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) --------------------------------

1




F o r fu ll n a m es of u nion s,

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

333

5 2 3 ,9 7 6

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 9 0 , 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
18, 800
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
7 0 ,4 2 0
30 , 936
68, 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
52, 390

9
1
30
35
30
52

1 ,9 6 0
300
34 , 195
4 7 ,5 1 0
2 0 0 , 750
62, 040

see footnote 1,

table 2.

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

W ork ers

A g ree m en ts

383

62 6, 886

193

18
2
43
18
39
55

4 , 345
800
2 5 , 195
1 5 .6 8 5
2 0 9 , 700
7 1 ,1 1 0
4 3 ,2 8 5
1 1 9 ,6 0 0
1 ,8 9 5
3 1 ,0 0 0
1 7 ,2 1 0
5 4 ,6 0 5
6, 056
9 ,2 8 0
17, 120

33
33
37
31
1
7
1
6
3
12
12
2
9
2

-

-

-

15

4 4 ,3 3 5

-

-

8
41
24
8
29
45
6

5 ,2 7 0
3 9 ,9 4 5
18, 116
6, 795
7, 150
3 7 ,0 9 0
18, 520

13
22
13
40
28
51
22
13
6

4
-

T o o l storage

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

W ork ers

4 2 3 ,1 2 0

317

6 0 7 ,3 0 1

1, 515

12
4
54
27
51
55
1
7
9
8
7
30
25
8
15
4

3 , 345
1 ,4 0 0
5 2 ,5 8 0
4 0 ,3 0 5
2 8 4 , 775
67, 405
16, 000
30 , 090
2 8 , 050
5, 130
13, 685
13, 666
2 5 , 730
2 , 190
1 5 ,3 3 0
7, 620

-

4 3 ,3 6 0
46 , 435
1 8 8 ,5 5 0
3 8 ,8 6 5
16, 000
2 9 ,3 9 0
10, 000
810
1, 615
7 ,3 5 0
2 3 ,4 0 5
450
8 ,3 2 5
7 , 050

A ll a greem en ts

E n c lose d sh elter

Drinking w ater

S anitary fa c ilitie s

Union 1
A gree m en ts

W o rk ers

A l l u n io n s ----- -----------------------------------------

769

1 .2 1 3 .3 1 7

301

5 5 9 .0 9 6

369

7 4 9 .9 7 2

253

5 9 7 .3 3 6

A s b e s t o W o r k e r s (HFLA.) ----------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) --------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------------------Iron w ork e rs (BSOIW)-------------------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) --------- ---------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s (IB EW )--------------------------E le v a to r C on stru ctors (IU E C )---------------------O p eratin g E ngin eers (IU O E )------------------------L a b o r e r s (L I U N A )------------------------------------------L a th e r s (W W M L )--------------------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) -----------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (OPCM ) ---------------------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) ----------------------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W )--------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (S M W )-----------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) ---------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
7 0 ,8 4 0
52 , 710
29 0, 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
115, 150
27 1, 300
10, 610
7 0 ,4 2 0
30, 936
68 , 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 , 290
52, 390

9
10
41
37
41
12

2, 875
21, 550
3 7 ,0 3 0
4 9 , 560
1 5 7 ,0 7 5
1 3 ,0 3 5

3
9
53
35
51
17

1, 150
2 1 ,4 0 0
4 5 ,9 4 0
3 6 ,8 6 0
2 5 2 ,6 7 5
1 3 ,0 0 0
8 3 ,7 5 0
1 8 4 ,2 5 0
2 ,4 0 5
4 0 , 790
1 2 ,5 0 1
25, 245
5, 981
4 ,8 5 5
19, 170

2
7
39
16
45
13

265
1 4 ,3 5 0
3 6 ,9 5 0
2 7 ,7 0 5
1 9 5 ,6 2 5
1 4 ,3 1 5
_
7 0 , 810
1 4 2 ,2 0 0
760
3 5 ,7 5 0
5 , 201
2 5 ,4 7 5
705
4 , 905
2 2 ,3 2 0

1

F o r full n am es of unions,

see footnote

1,

A gree m en ts

W ork ers

-

A gree m en ts

-

-

6 1 ,9 0 0
130, 550
4 , 600
1 1 ,9 5 0
7, 666
2 9 ,3 0 0
2, 055
1 1 ,1 8 0
1 8 ,7 7 0

21
33
6
7
26
26
7
14
11

25
37
25
20
34
20
23
9
8

table 2.

N o te: Nonadditive.

00




T ab le 4 9 . W o rk c lo th in g fu rn is h e d by e m p lo y e r in
co n s tru c tio n a g re e m e n ts , 1 9 7 2 —73
W ork clothing furnished

A greem en ts

W o rk ers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s --------------------------------

769

1 .2 1 3 .3 1 7

Total r efe rrin g to furnishing of work
clothing ---------------------------------------------------------

59

106, 745

No r e f e r e n c e -------------------------------------------

710

1, 106, 572

W o rk ers

A gree m en ts

-

16
32
5
14
21
20
4
8
11

W o rk ers

Part V II.




Hours, O vertim e, and Premium Pay Provisions

Overtime
Scheduled hours
Daily overtime
Weekly overtime
Overtime outside regular hours
Graduated overtime
Weekend premium pay
Restrictions on hours and overtime

A ll agreem ents

D aily o ve rtim e

O vertim e
outside of r e g u la rly
scheduled hours

W e ek ly overtim e

Union1
A greem en ts

W orkers

A gree m en ts

A ll unions ______________________________

769

1 ,2 1 3 , 317

442

7 1 9 ,6 8 1

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F I A )--------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) ------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ---------------------------------------Iron w ork e rs (B S O IW )-----------------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) ------------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -----------------------E le v a to r C o n stru ctors (IU E C )-------------------Operating E n gin eers (IU O E )----------------------L a b o r e rs (LIUNA ) ___________________________
L ath e rs ( W W M L ) ------------------------------------------P a in ters ( P A T ) ----------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )---------------------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) --------------------------------------------R o o fers ( R D W W ) _____________________________
Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (S M W ) ----------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) -------------------------------------- -—

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
7 0 , 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
29 0 , 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
1 0 ,6 1 0
70, 420
30, 936
6 8 , 245
13, 231
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

23
2
66
35
28
23

4 , 830
1, 700
4 4 ,1 5 0
4 7 ,2 8 5
1 5 6 ,2 9 5
3 7 ,8 1 0

1 F o r fu ll nam es of unions,
NOTE:

Table 51.

see footnote

1,

A g reem en ts

W orkers

-

100

-

28
30
11
48
39
31
33
8
37

W o rk ers

445

8 2 8 ,6 6 6

65

7
10
45
14
42
52
2
20
28
35
40
27
39
25
40
19

2, 030
21 , 050
3 7 ,3 0 5
1 8 ,5 5 0
2 5 4 ,1 0 0
6 2 ,9 9 5
1 8 ,8 0 0
4 6 ,7 0 0
161, 300
5, 710
5 2 ,5 3 0
1 9 ,6 7 5
5 2 ,1 2 0
7, 221
33, 865
3 4 ,7 1 5

7
_
4
10
_
2
1
1
13
9
4
7
5
2

2 5 6 ,0 5 5

800
2, 080
1, 000
7 2 ,9 5 0
2 , 810

-

-

12
9
3
11
9
14
4
1
21

8 9 ,1 0 0
1 5 7 ,5 5 0
6 , 110
50, 175
2 5 ,2 3 0
3 1 ,4 0 0
8, 826
1 1 ,2 0 0
4 8 , 020

A gree m en ts

W o rk ers

1
4
1
7
3

Graduated
ove rtim e

50, 100
50, 100
1, 305
10, 830
9 ,4 3 0
1 8 ,3 9 5
650
1 ,2 5 0
3 4 ,6 4 0

A gree m en ts

Equal distribution
of overtim e

W o rk ers

A greem en ts

W ork ers

1 1 5 ,3 0 0

102

1 3 6 ,8 2 5

-

1
3
6
10
24
.
1
_
_
6
5
6
1
38
1

100
1, 300
5, 550
3 6 ,4 5 0
3 2 ,3 9 0
_
3, 450
_

-

1, 095
_
3 3 ,7 0 0
9, 330
2 3 ,0 1 5
1 4 ,9 0 0
25
6 , 190
1 1 ,8 3 5
4 , 080
2 ,4 8 0
8, 350
300

_

1 2 ,5 0 0
1 ,7 5 0
1 3 ,8 0 0
325
29 , 190
20

table 2.

Nonadditive.

Scheduled daily w o rk hours in construction ag reem en ts, by union, 1972—73
Scheduled daily hours
A ll agreem ents

No p rovision

U n ion 1

T otal

7V z hours

7 hours

A gree m en ts

W ork ers

A greem en ts

W o rk ers

A ll u n io n s ----------------------------------------------

769

1 .2 1 3 , 317

759

1 ,2 0 7 ,8 7 7

57

1 1 7 ,0 1 0

A sb e s to s W o r k e r s ( H F I A ) ---------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) ------------------ ------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------------------Iron w ork e rs ( B S O I W ) -----------------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) ---------------------------- — -------—
E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) ------------------------E le v a to r C o n str u c to r s (IU E C )--------------------Operating E n g in e e r s ( I U O E ) -----------------------L a b o r e rs ( L I U N A ) .................................L ath ers ( W W M L ) --------------------------------------------P ain ters (P A T ) — —
—
—
-----P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )
P lu m b ers ( P P F ) ............................. ........
R o o fers (R D W W )
.............................
Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (SM W ) - — ...............
T e a m s t e r s (IB T ) — -----

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6 , 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
7 0 , 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 9 0 ,6 9 5
7 7 ,2 7 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
27 1 , 300
1 0 ,6 1 0
7 0 ,4 2 0
30, 936
6 8 ,2 4 5
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

28
11
99
39
55
61
2
41
50
47
72
60
60
49
46
39

6 , 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70 , 140
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 8 9 ,6 9 5
7 7 ,2 7 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
2 6 9 ,3 0 0
1 0 ,6 1 0
7 0 ,2 9 0
30, 936
6 8 ,2 4 5
1 2 ,9 1 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 1 ,1 0 0

2
2
8
1
6
8

720
250
1 1 ,7 3 0
1, 150
4 0 ,5 0 0
10, 565

A gree m en ts

-

1
4
7
2
6
4
6
"

W o rk ers

A gree m en ts
5

-

2
-

1

-

-

-

-

6 ,6 5 0
4 , 375
2 3 ,6 2 5
1 ,7 7 0
7 ,2 9 0
1, 335
7, 050

_
-

8 hours

W o rk ers

A gree m en ts

6 , 015

W o rk ers

694

1, 0 5 4 ,5 0 2

26
9
89
38
48
51
2
41
49
42
65
58
54
44
39
39

5, 860
2 1 ,6 0 0
5 6 ,1 3 5
5 1 ,5 6 0
2 2 9 ,1 9 5
5 4 ,5 0 5
1 8 ,8 0 0
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
2 6 2 ,6 5 0
5, 885
4 6 ,6 6 5
29,166
6 0 ,9 5 5
1 1 ,2 8 6
3 3 ,9 9 0
51 , 100

.
2, 275
.
2 , 200
-

1
1

.
_
290
1 ,2 5 0

"

-

-

For full names of unions, see footnote 1, table 2.
Includes 1 agreement which schedules a 5 hour day, and 2 agreements in which scheduled hours vary by geographical location.




O th er2
A g ree m en ts

W ork ers

3
,
_
.
_
1
1
1
_
_
.
_
_
-

A greem en ts

30, 350

_
_
_
20,000
10 , 000
_
-

350
_
.
.
_
-

W ork ers

10

5 ,4 4 0

_
2

_

700

1
.
_
.
1
_
1
_
_
2
.
3

1,0 00
_
_
.
2 , 000

_

_

130
_
_
320
_
1 ,2 9 0

R e fe r r in g to daily ove rtim e rate
A ll agreem ents
D aily o v e rtim e hours

Total
A gree m en ts

W o rk ers

A gree m en ts

1. 213, 317

Tim e and o n e-h a lf

W ork ers

A g ree m en ts

W ork ers

A g ree m en ts

Other 2

V a r ie s by occupation
or geograph ical location

Double tim e
W orkers

A g ree m en ts

W ork ers

A g ree m en ts

W o rk ers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s -------------------------------------

769

442

719, 681

198

335, 595

229

285, 031

13

97, 430

2

1, 625

D aily o v e rtim e a fter sp ec ified h o u r s -------7 hours --------------------------------------------------------8 h o u r s---------------------------------------------------------Other 1 ------------------------------------------------------ -

442
19
413
10

719,
57,
643,
18,

681
070
846
765

442
19
413
10

719,
57,
643,
18,

681
070
846
765

198
3
192
3

335, 595
8, 570
3 1 5 ,8 3 5
11, 190

229
14
209
6

285,
46,
231,
6,

13

97, 430

2
2

1, 625
1, 625

No r e fe r e n c e to d aily o v e rtim e h o u r s------

327

493, 636

-

-

-

-

031
875
581
575

-

96, 430
1 , 000

-

-

-

1 Includes 1 a g ree m e n ts w hich pays overtim e p rem iu m s after 5 h ours; 3 agree m e n ts after 7 V2 h ours; 1 a greem en t after 10 h ours;
by occupation ; and 4 a g r ee m e n ts which r e fe r to daily overtim e hours but give no d eta ils.
2 Includes 1 a g ree m e n t w hich r eq u ires trip le tim e, and 1 agreem ent which r e fe r s to daily ov e rtim e rate but gives no d eta ils.

T ab le 5 3 .

-

12
1

1 a greem en t which v a r ie s ov e rtim e hours

Scheduled w ee kly hours in construction agreem ents, by union, 1972—73
Scheduled w eekly hours
No p rovision

A ll agreem ents
Total

Union 1
A greem en ts

W o rk ers

A g reem en ts

W ork ers

A gree m en ts

A ll u n io n s ----------------------------------------------

769

1, 213, 317

653

1, 074, 531

52

A sb e s to s W o r k e r s (H F L A )---------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------------------Iron w ork e rs (B S O IW )-----------------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) -------------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) ------------------------E le v a to r C on stru c to rs ( I U E C ) ------------------O perating E n gin ee rs (I U O E ) -----------------------L a b o r e rs ( L I U N A ) -----------------------------------------L ath ers ( W W M L )--------------------------------------------P a in ters ( P A T ) -----------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )----------------------------------------P lu m b ers (P P F )---------------------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W ) - ------ -------------- ------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s ( S M W ) -----------------------T e a m s te r s ( I B T ) ---------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
21, 850
70, 840
52, 710
290, 695
77, 270
18, 800
115, 150
271, 300
10, 610
70, 420
30, 936
68, 245
13, 231
42, 290
5 2 ,3 9 0

7
11
71
33
48
59
1
36
44
42
67
50
58
41
46
39

1,
21,
53,
45,
246,
70,
16,
105,
244,
8,
63,
24,
65,
10,
42,
51,

770
850
980
830
295
435
000
980
400
530
995
641
995
940
290
600

2
8
1
5
8
-

Other 2

40 hours

35 hours
W o rk ers

101, 045

13,
1,
25,
10,

250
510
150
000
565
-

-

-

1
3
7
1
6
4
6

6, 650
4, 350
23, 625
270
7, 290
1, 335
7, 050

A g ree m en ts

5 85
7
9
62
32
42
48
1
36
43
37
60
49
46
35
39
39

W o rk ers

926, 151
1,
26,
40,
44,
201,
46,
16,
105,
237,
3,
40,
24,
47,
8,
33,
51,

770
600
145
680
295
470
000
980
750
665
370
371
570
895
990
600

A g ree m en ts

16

47, 335

A g ree m en ts

116
21

W ork ers

138, 786
4, 810

-

-

-

-

1

325

-

-

1
3

20, 000
13, 400

-

-

30
6
8
2
1
5
7
5
6
10
2
10

16, 860
6, 880
44, 400
6, 835
2, 800
9, 170
26, 900
2, 080
6 ,4 2 5
6, 295
2, 250
2, 291

-

-

2
_

515
_

-

-

6
2
1

11, 135
710
1, 250

1 F or fu ll n am es of unions, see footnote 1, table 2.
2 Includes 1 a g ree m e n t scheduling 25 hours; 6 agreem en ts with 36 h ou rs; 1 a greem en t with 37 hours, 4 a gree m e n ts having 3 7 V2 hours;
agree m e n t in w hich scheduled h ours vary by occupation; and 2 agreem ents in which hours vary by geograph ical location.




W ork ers

-

_

3

790

1 agree m e n t scheduling 38 hours;

1

R e fe r r in g to w eekly ov e rtim e rate
V a r ie s by
occupation or
geograph ical location

A ll agreem ents
T otal

W e ek ly o v e rtim e hours

T im e and one -h a lf
W orkers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

A ll a g r e e m e n t s -----------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

100

25 6 , 055

57

1 1 6 ,4 5 5

36

3 5 , 600

6

10 0 , 000

1

4, 000

W e ek ly o v e rtim e after sp ecified
h ours ------------------------------------------------------------

100

2 5 6 , 055

100

2 5 6 , 055

57

1 1 6 ,4 5 5

36

3 5 , 600

6

10 0 , 000

1

4 , 000

L e s s than 40 h o u r s1 -----------------------------40 h o u r s ----------------------------------------------------V a r ie s by lo c a t io n ----------------------------------

8
91
1

15, 570
2 2 0 ,4 8 5
2 0 , 000

8
91
1

15, 570
2 2 0 ,4 8 5
2 0 , 000

2
55

8, 800
1 0 7 ,6 5 5

.

.

5
1

8 0 ,0 0 0
2 0 , 000

1

-

6, 770
2 8 , 830
-

.

-

6
30
-

4 , 000
-

No r e fe r e n c e to w eekly overtim e
h ours -------------------------------------------------------

669

9 5 7 ,2 6 2

~

"

"

”

-

~

“

T ab le 5 5 .

A g r e e m e n ts

R efere n ce to w eekly
overtim e rate;
no details given

A g reem en ts

1

W ork ers

Double! -tim e
A g r e e m e n ts

Includes 3 a g r ee m e n ts which require the overtim e rate after 35 h ou rs; 3 ag ree m e n ts after 36 h ou rs;

W orkers

W orkers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

_

1 agree m e n t after 37 h ou rs; and 1 agree m e n t after 2>ll/z h ours.

O v e rtim e ra tes fo r w o rk outside regularly scheduled hours in co n stru ctio n ag re em en ts, by union, 1972—73
O v e rtim e ratei outside of r eg u la rly scheduled hours
R e fere n c e to
o ve rtim e outside of
regu lar h o u rs;
no d etails given

A ll agreem en ts
U nion1

T otal

T im e and one -h a lf

A g ree m en ts

W o rk ers

A g ree m en ts

A ll u n io n s ---------------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

445

8 2 8 ,6 6 6

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F I A ) --------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -----------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) --------------------------------------Iron w ork ers (B S O IW )----------------------------------C arp e n ters ( C J A ) ------------- ---------------------------E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -----------------------E le vator C o n str u c to r s (IU E C )------------------O peratin g E n gin ee rs ( IU O E )---------------------L a b o r e rs ( L I U N A ) ----------------------------------------L a th e rs (W W M L )-------------------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) ----------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M ) -------------------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) --------------------------------------------R o o fe r s ( R D W W ) -------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s ( S M W ) ---------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) --------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
21 , 850
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
29 0 , 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
18, 800
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
70, 420
30, 936
6 8 ,2 4 5
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

7
10
45
14
42
52
2
20
28
35
40
27
39
25
40
19

2, 030
2 1 ,0 5 0
3 7 , 305
18, 550
2 5 4 , 100
6 2 ,9 9 5
18, 800
4 6 , 700
1 6 1 ,3 0 0
5, 710
5 2 ,5 3 0
19, 675
5 2 ,1 2 0
7, 221
3 3 ,8 6 5
34 , 715

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts
118

_

Double tim e

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

2 3 5 , 325

_

-

-

12

4, 570

-

-

5
12

1 4 ,6 0 0
2 2 ,1 4 0

-

-

5
10
1
25
7
4
17
4
16

10, 100
8 7 ,0 5 0
255
4 3 ,3 8 0
2, 680
1 0 ,2 3 0
5, 080
2 , 725
3 2 ,5 1 5

W ork ers

V a r ie s 2

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

308

4 9 8 ,9 3 1

15

70 , 210

7
10
33
14
35
36
2
11
16
34
14
19
33
8
34
2

2, 030
2 1 ,0 5 0
3 2 ,7 3 5
18, 550
1 7 7 ,5 0 0
38 , 025
18, 800
2 1 ,4 0 0
6 9 ,8 5 0
5 ,4 5 5
8, 450
1 2 ,9 9 5
39 , 390
2 , 141
2 9 , 960
600

.
_
1
3

.
-

-

4 5 ,0 0 0
1 ,2 3 0

-

-

4
2

15, 200
4 , 400

-

-

1
-

2
_
2
“

700
2 , 500
1, 180
“

4

_
_
_
1•
'
1
_
_
_
_
_
1
-

_
1

W ork ers

No referen ce

A gree m en ts

W o rk ers

,2 4 ,2 0 0

324

38 4, 651

_
_
_
_
1 7 ,0 0 0
1, 600
_
_
_
_
_

21
1
56
25
14
9

4, 550
800
3 3 ,5 3 5
34, 160
36, 595
1 4 ,2 7 5
_

21
23
12
33
33
21
26
6
23

6 8 ,4 5 0
110, 000
4 ,9 0 0
1 7 ,8 9 0
1 1 ,2 6 1
16, 125
6, 010
8, 425
1 7 ,6 7 5

4, 000
_
_
_
1 ,6 0 0

F o r fu ll n am es of u nion s, see footnote 1, table 2.
In cludes 7 a g r e e m e n ts which v a r y the rate by occupation; 7 a gree m e n ts which v a r y the rate with the tim e the em ployee is c alled in; and 1 ag ree m e n t which v a r ie s the rate with the c ost of the p roject.




G raduated o v e rtim e p r o v isio n s

A g r e e m e n ts

Saturday

W orkers

Sunday

P r e m iu m rate
A ll a g r e e m e n t s -----------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

T o ta l with graduated o v e rtim e
a fter sp ec ified h o u r s ---------------------------

65
2
3
32
8
6
3
1
2
5
2
1

575
970
3 7 ,1 8 5
4 4 ,0 8 0
2 2 ,0 3 5
775
50
3, 630
3, 380
1 ,8 2 0
800

No r e fe r e n c e to graduated
o v e rtim e -------------------------------------------------

7 04

W orkers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

1 1 5 ,3 0 0

L e s s than 9 h o u r s -----------------------------------------9 h ours ------------------------------------------------------------10 h o u r s ----------------------------------------------------------11 h o u r s ----------------------------------------------------------12 h ours ----------------------------------------------------------13 h ours ----------------------------------------------------------14 h ours ----------------------------------------------------------1 5 h o u r s ----------------------------------------------------------1 6 h o u r s ----------------------------------------------------------M o r e than 16 h ours -------------------------------------G raduated rate after w eekly h o u r s2 --------

A g r e e m e n ts

1 ,0 9 8 ,0 1 7

1 In a ll but one a g r e e m e n t, the rate changes fr o m tim e and o n e-h alf
to double tim e ; in the ex cep tion , fr o m double tim e to trip le tim e.
2 P r o v id e s tim e and o n e -h a lf a fte r 35 hours per w eek, and double
tim e a fter 40 h ours or outside of stated h o u r s.




-----------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

7 69

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

T otal with p rem iu m r a t e -----------------------------

684

1, 11 4, 527

712

1 ,1 4 8 ,6 1 2

T im e and o n e -h a lf ----------------------------------Double t i m e ----------------------------------------------Other -----------------------------------------------------------

163
508
1 13

3 0 8 , 040
7 2 0 , 657
8 5 ,8 3 0

31
677
24

4 3 ,2 7 0
1, 099, 442
5, 900

85

98 , 790

57

* 64, 705

A ll a g ree m e n ts

No refe r e n c e to p rem iu m

1 Includes 9 a g ree m e n ts which varied the rate by occupation; 2 a g ree m e n ts which varied it by season;
1 ag ree m e n t which varied it by occupation and location; and one agree m e n t which r e fe r r e d to prem iu m pay but
did not sp ecify a ra te.
2 Includes 2 a g ree m e n ts which varied the rate by occupation; 1 a g ree m e n t which varied it by season;
and 1 ag ree m e n t requ iring trip le tim e .

Table 5 8 . G raduated S a tu rd a y prem ium s in c o n stru ctio n
ag reem en ts, 1972—73
Graduated Saturday p rem iu m p rovision

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

Total establishing Saturday r a t e ---------

684

1, 114, 527

Total establishing graduated rate
after specified h o u r s1 -------------------------4 hours ----------------------------------------------------------5 hours ----------------------------------------------------------7 hours ----------------------------------------------------------8 h ou rs2 ----------------------------------------------------------10 hours ---------------------------------------------------------11 hours ---------------------------------------------------------12 hours ---------------------------------------------------------1 5 hours ---------------------------------------------------------1 6 hours ----------------------------------------------------------

37
5
1
1
19
3
1
1
1
1

75 , 350
1 7 ,2 5 0
85
20
16, 680
1, 515
2 3 ,0 0 0
250
2, 800
500

R eferen ce to graduated Saturday
p rem iu m ; no details given ------------------

4

1 3 ,2 5 0

1 A ll initial rates w ere tim e and o n e -h a lf.
The in cr e a se was to double tim e in
36 a g r e e m e n ts, and d o u b le -tim e and a quarter in 1.
2 Includes 1 agree m e n t providing double tim e a fter 8 consecu tive h ours or after
6 o 'clock p. m .

R e str ic tio n s on
Union 1

A ll agreem ents
A greem en ts W o rk ers

A ll u n io n s ----------------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F 1 A )--------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) ------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ---------------------------------------Iron w ork e rs (B S O IW )-----------------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) ------------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -----------------------E le v a to r C o n stru c to rs (IU E C )-------------------O peratin g E n gin eers ( IU O E )----------------------L a b o r e r s (L I U N A ) ----------------------------------------L a th e rs (W W M L ) ------------------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) ----------------------------------------------P la s t e r s (O P C M )-------------------------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) ---------------------------------------------R o o fe r s (RDW W ) -------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s ( S M W )-------- -----------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) --------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6 , 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
7 0 , 840
52 , 710
2 9 0 ,6 9 5
7 7 ,2 7 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
7 0 ,4 2 0
3 0 ,9 3 6
6 8 ,2 4 5
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
52 , 390

1

F o r fu ll n am es of union see footnoet 1,

N ote:




O ve rtim e

Schedule changes
A gree m en ts W o rk ers
378

A gree m en ts

Shift work-

W o rk ers A gree m en ts

7 4 7 ,5 6 7

217

3 2 2 ,2 1 0

334

3, 050
21,100
4 2 , 955
4 5 ,8 6 0
175, 670
4 2 ,0 2 5
2 , 800
9 4 ,5 0 0
1 6 6 ,5 5 0
2, 640
3 5 ,4 6 0
18 ,9 31
3 3 ,2 2 5
7 , 231
2 0 , 810
3 4 ,7 6 0

11
8
38
35
29
30
1
27
29
17
32
26
26
27
20
22

3
5
37
7
24
11

1 ,2 8 5
6 , 050
4 2 ,5 3 0
8 , 550
9 6 ,3 0 0
2 5 ,1 6 0

1
10
45
34
39
25

-

1
3
14
32
10
16
22
31
1

-

2 , 000
1 1 ,8 0 0
3, 595
5 5 ,3 5 0
3, 970
3 2 ,4 4 5
6 , 065
2 6 ,7 6 0
350

21,
37,
49,
233,
39,

-

70, 750
174, 100
305
12, 605
20, O il
52, 800

-

_

31
16

30, 235
31, 060

table 2.

Table 6 0 . L im ita tio n s on schedule changes in co n stru c tio n
ag reem en ts, 1 9 7 2 —73

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ----------------------Schedule changes p r o h ib it e d --------Advance notice of schedule
changes -------------------------------------------Changes req u ire union approval —
Tim e d ifferen ce lim ite d 1 --------------Regulation on duration of the
change ----------------------------------------------Lim itation depends on p roportion
of em ployees a f f e c t e d ------------------P rem iu m pay penalty in schedule
change -----------------------------------------------

A gree m en ts
769

W o rk ers
1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

l

9 ,5 0 0

25
250
240

1 2 8 ,8 5 0
4 3 1 ,8 4 1
5 5 6 , 251

43

1 0 0 ,4 1 6

3

9,000

1

100

1 R e fer s to statem en ts estab lish in g or r e str ictin g the num ber of hours by'
which the schedule m ay be sh ifted , such as c la u se s allowing the w orkday to
begin an hour e a r lie r in the w inter to take advantage of daylight h ou rs.
N o te: Nonadditive.

400
700
975
435
595
42 5
_

22
27
4
10
28
42

A g r e e m e n ts m ay contain m o r e than 1 lim itation .

Holiday work

A greem en ts

7 7 4 ,3 9 6

Nonadditive .

Schedule change lim itations

Weekend work

W ork ers

W o rk ers

A greem en ts

W ork ers

163

2 5 7 ,3 7 0

480

7 9 2 ,3 0 6

_

27
9
44
36
45
44
1
26
25
34
68
33
24
27
19
18

6 , 530
1 7 ,6 5 0
4 1 ,8 4 5
49, 710
2 3 4 ,8 9 5
4 9 ,0 0 5
1 6 ,0 0 0
92 , 605
1 1 1 ,600
4 , 035
6 8 ,9 7 0
1 8 ,1 6 6
3 5 ,1 8 0
7, 220
1 7 ,4 7 0
2 1 ,4 2 5

-

29
4
19
1
-

1
6
8
35
15
6
24
13
2

2 9 ,3 2 5
4 , 680
91 , 150
700
-

3, 000
3 4 ,1 5 0
1 ,4 7 5
5 4 ,8 9 5
8 , 820
8 , 305
6 , 260
12, 860
1 ,7 5 0

O v e r tim e r e str ic tio n s

A g ree m en ts

R e str ic tio n s on shift work

W o rk ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W o rk ers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s -----------------------------------A ll a g r e e m e n t s -----------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 , 317

O v e r tim e p rohibited -----------------------------------O v e rtim e lim ite d -----------------------------------------Union ap prov al r e q u ir e d ----------------------------O v e r tim e p erm itte d in an
em e r g e n c y ---------------------------------------------------

2
59
130

1, 775
6 7 ,6 8 0
2 3 3 , 625

95

155, 625

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

Shift w ork p r o h ib it e d -----------------------------------D uration of shift w ork lim ite d -------------------Shift w ork m u st continue for a
sp ec ified p e r io d ------------------------------------------Double shift p rohib ited 1 -------------------------------L im itation on assig n m en t to s h i f t s ----------O verlappin g shifts r e s t r i c t e d -------------------Subject to union approval ----------------------------

3
7

5, 750
1 9 ,1 0 0

260
91
45
21
105

6 6 1 ,4 8 6
1 8 3 ,8 5 5
2 0 1 ,2 1 5
1 5 2 ,4 6 0
2 2 2 ,0 3 0

1 R e fe r s to prohibition on em ployee w orking two consecu tive
24 hour p eriod .
NOTE:

N on ad ditive.




NOTE:

A g r e e m e n ts m a y contain m o re than 1 restr ictio n .

Nonadditive.

Table 6 3 . Restrictions on w eeken d w o rk in construction
ag reem en ts, 1972—73
R e stric tion s on weekend work

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s -----------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

Total r estrictin g weekend w o r k ---------

163

25 7 , 370

Saturday and Sunday w ork ------------------------Sunday work only -----------------------------------------

154
9

21 6 , 930
4 0 , 440

No refe ren c e to restr ictin g
weekend work ---------------------------------------

606

95 5, 947

shifts within a

A g r e e m e n ts m ay contain m o r e than 1 restr ictio n .




Part V III. W age and W age-related Provisions

Rate structure
Wage adjustment provisions
Wage security provisions
Penalty for default
Maintenance o f higher rates
Travel and transportation allowances
Shift work
Hazard and abnormal conditions premiums

Rate structure

No r e fe ren c e to b asic
rate stru ctu re

A ll agreem ents
Total

Union 1
W ork ers

A gree m en ts

A gree m en ts

M inim um rates

Single rates
W orke rs

A g ree m en ts

W orke rs

A g ree m en ts

W o rk ers

A g ree m en ts

W orke rs

---------------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 , 317

764

1 ,2 0 6 , 367

578

9 7 5, 277

186

2 3 1 ,0 9 0

5

6, 950

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F I A )---------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s (B M P ) --------------------------------------Iron w orkers (B S O IW )-----------------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) -------------------------------------------E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) ------------------------E le vator C o n stru c to rs (IU E C )--------------------O p eratin g E n gin eers ( I U O E )----------------------L a b o r e r s (L I U N A )-----------------------------------------L ath e rs (W W M L ) -------------------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) -----------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M ) --------------------------------------P lu m b e r s (P P F ) ---------------------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W )--------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (SMW) ---------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) ---------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
52, 710
290, 695
77, 270
18, 800
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
1 0 ,6 1 0
7 0 ,4 2 0
30, 936
68, 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 , 290
5 2 ,3 9 0

27
10
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
46
73
59
59
51
46
42

6 ,4 3 0
16, 850
7 0 ,8 4 0
52, 710
290, 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
18, 800
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
1 0 ,5 8 5
7 0 ,4 2 0
3 0 ,1 8 6
6 7 ,2 2 0
13, 231
4 2 , 290
5 2 ,3 9 0

23
5
86
24
45
25
2
38
46
35
62
54
52
38
8
35

5, 570
10, 100
6 2 ,5 0 5
22, 305
229, 945
39, 580
18, 800
1 1 0 ,3 5 0
2 5 2 ,6 0 0
8, 650
6 0 ,4 1 5
2 5 ,6 6 1
6 0 ,9 8 5
9 ,4 1 1
1 0 ,8 0 0
4 7 , 600

4
5
15
15
11
36

860
6, 750
8, 335
3 0 ,4 0 5
60, 750
37, 690

1
1

150
5, 000

-

-

-

-

-

-

4, 800
18, 700
1, 935
10, 005
4, 525
6, 235
3, 820
3 1 ,4 9 0
4, 790

-

25

A ll unions

1 F o r full n am es of u nion s,

T a b le 6 5 .

-

3
5
11
11
5
7
13
38
7

-

1
-

1
1
-

-

-

"

"

W a g e a d ju s tm e n t p ro v is io n s 1 in co n stru ctio n a g re e m e n ts , by union, 1 9 7 2 —73
D e fe r r e d wage in c r e a s e s

C ontract reop ener provision s

Union 2
A gree m en ts

W o rk ers

A g ree m en ts

W orke rs

A l l u n io n s -----------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 , 317

645

1, 105, 347

33

4 6 , 375

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F I A ) ---------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------Iron w ork ers (B S O IW )------------------------C a rp en ter s ( C J A ) -------------------------------E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -------------E le v a to r C o n str u c to r s (IUEC) -------O p eratin g E n g in ee rs (IU O E )-----------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) ------------------------------L a th e rs ( W W M L )---------------------------------P a in ters ( P A T ) -----------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M ) ---------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F )----------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W ) ---------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (SMW) — ----T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) ----------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6 , 580
21, 850
7 0 ,8 4 0
52, 710
290, 695
77, 270
18, 800
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
27 1, 300
10 , 6 1 0
7 0 ,4 2 0
30, 936
6 8 , 245
13, 231
4 2 , 290
52, 390

20
6
85
34
55
38
2
38
47
39
64
55
46
40
40
36

4, 550
6 , 850
62, 645
4 8 , 260
27 5, 195
57, 170
18, 800
10 9, 8 0 0
26 6, 900
9, 240
67, 580
29, 731
51, 360
10 , 801
3 8 , 840
4 7 , 625

.

_
_
3 9 ,1 0 5

A g r e e m e n ts

^

30
_




N on additive.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1
-

6 , 650
-

-

-

2

_
620

-

-

“

1 C o s t -o f -liv in g e s c a la to r p ro v isio n s, found with in crea sin g freq u en cy in other in d u str ie s, are rare in construction c o n tra cts,
tabulated.
2 F o r full n am es o f u nion s, see footnote 1, table 2.
NOTE:

W ork ers

-

and th erefore

-

750
1, 025

-

see footnote 1, table 2.

A ll agreem ents

-

w ere

not

All a greem en ts

P enalty for wage or fund default

E m p lo y e r bonding required

Union 1
A greem en ts
A ll unions

W ork ers

A g ree m en ts

W o rk ers

A g ree m en ts

---------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 , 317

656

1 ,0 5 2 , 237

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F L A )---------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------Iron w ork ers (B S O IW )-----------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) ------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s (IB E W )------------E le v a to r C on stru c to rs (IU E C )--------O peratin g E n gin eers (IU O E )-----------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) -----------------------------L ath e rs (W W M L ) ------------------------------P a in ters ( P A T ) -----------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )---------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) ---------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W ) --------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (S M W )-----------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) ---------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
21, 850
7 0 ,8 4 0
52, 710
2 9 0 ,6 9 5
77, 270
18, 800
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
7 0 ,4 2 0
30, 936
58, 245
13, 231
4 2 , 290
52, 390

20
7
85
36
50
59

4, 245
16, 300
6 1 ,5 3 5
5 1 ,0 1 0
26 6, 670
75, 660
.
1 0 4 ,8 0 0
20 7 , 000
10, 510
68, 095
28, 936
60, 960
11, 931
37, 010
4 6 , 975

W orke rs

398
21

-

35
41
45
64
51
48
43
41
31

698, 146
5, 180

.

.

58
23
32
35
_
15
22
27
40
28
40
22
29
6

4 7 , 685
4 0 ,5 2 5
176, 950
42 , 940
_
55, 015
146, 250
8, 850
5 2 ,1 3 0
18, 335
50, 845
6, 161
3 1 ,0 3 5
16, 245

1 F o r full n am es of unions, see footnote 1, table 2.
NOTE:

T ab le 67.

Nonadditive.

Penalty for w a g e and fund paym ent default

in co n stru ctio n ag re em en ts, 1972—73
P en alty fo r default

A g reem en ts

T able 6 8 . Provisions for m ain ten ance of higher rate in tem porary change of
classificatio n in construction ag reem en ts, by m ajor a c tiv ity , 1972—73

W ork ers

Toted with maintenance
of rate p rovision

A ll a greem en ts
M a jo r activity
A g ree m en ts

A ll a g r e e m e n t s -----------------------------------

769

T otal having penalty for default --------Right to withhold s e r v ic e s ------------------------P en alty paym ent r e q u ir e d --------------------------Both p en alties m ay be i m p o s e d ----------------

656
56
149
451

1 ,0 5 2 ,
176,
171,
704,

W o rk ers

A greem en ts

W ork ers

1, 213, 317
A ll m a jo r a c t i v i t i e s ---------------------------

No r e fe ren c e to pen alty fo r default —




113

237
120
385
732

Building construction —general
c on tractors ---------------------------------------------------H eavy and highway construction — ge n e r a l con tractors ------------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 , 317

86

370, 846

228

568, 751

45

225, 740

68

168, 175

27

7 3 ,4 5 0

473

4 7 6 , 391

14

71, 656

1 6 1 ,0 8 0
S pecial trades c o n t r a c t o r s --------------------------




M a jo r activity
A ll m ajor a c tivities

G en eral con tra cto rs:
building construction

Type of allow ance
A g reem en ts

W o rk ers

A g ree m en ts

W orkers

G en eral c o n tr a cto r s: heavy
and highway construction
A g ree m en ts

W ork ers

S pecial trades
con tractors
A g ree m en ts

W o rk ers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ----------------------------------

769

1, 2 1 3, 317

228

5 6 8 ,7 5 1

68

168, 175

473

47 6 , 391

T o ta l r e fe r rin g to tra vel or
tra n sp ortation a llo w a n c e -------------------

655

9 7 2 ,4 2 1

170

4 3 7 ,4 0 5

35

8 5 ,2 9 0

45 0

4 4 9 ,7 2 6

Paid tra v el tim e 1 -----------------------------------------T ra n sp o rta tio n allow ance 2 ------------------------L odgin g paid or p r o v id e d --------------------------M e a ls paid or p ro v id e d -------------------------------P ark ing paid or p r o v id e d --------------------------P e r d iem allow ance 3 ----------------------------------

366
602
168
216
172
303

4 6 7 , 581
83 7, 346
3 5 8 ,3 8 1
4 2 1 ,6 4 1
3 9 2 ,2 2 0
4 6 3 ,9 1 5

68
138
33
37
50
66

1 9 7 ,3 8 0
3 2 5 ,1 9 0
1 7 5 ,1 6 0
1 9 4 ,9 0 0
2 1 3 ,3 0 0
2 3 0 ,3 2 0

17
29
15
17
2
11

2 4 ,9 9 0
78, 580
3 3 ,0 8 5
35, 735
4 , 515
26 , 840

281
43 5
120
162
120
226

2 4 5 ,2 1 1
4 3 3 ,5 7 6
1 5 0 ,1 3 6
1 9 1 ,0 0 6
1 7 4 ,4 0 5
2 0 6 ,7 5 5

No refe r e n c e to tra vel or
tra n sp ortation allow ance -------------------

114

2 4 0 ,8 9 6

58

1 3 1 ,3 4 6

33

8 2 ,8 8 5

23

2 6 ,6 6 5

1 T r a v e l tim e r e fe r s to the paym ent m ade to w ork ers for tim e spent tra velin g to and fr o m a w ork s ite , and m a y include lo n g -d ista n c e and o v e r ­
night tra v e l.
2 T r an sp ortation allow ance is a sp ecific payment fo r the co st of tra v el, including the c o st of tickets on com m on c a r r ie r s or a m ilea g e allow ance
when the w ork er u se s h is own autom obile.
3 P e r d iem allow ance is a general daily payment m ade to w ork ers fo r expenses incidental to tra vel and u su ally includes a stated allow ance fo r room ,
m e a ls , and tra n sp ortation ex p en ses, in contrast to sp ecific paym ents for each .
NOTE:

N on ad ditive.

A g ree m en ts m ay have m ore than one kind of p r o v isio n .

Tab le 70 . T ra n sp o rtatio n allo w an ce provisions in construction
ag reem en ts, 1972—73
Tran sportation allow ances

A g ree m en ts

W orkers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ----------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 , 317

Total with transportation
a llo w a n c e s ---------------------------------------------

602

837, 346

462

65 0, 395

L ocal transportation allowance 1 ------------Tran sportation paid to and fr o m
distant w ork s i t e ---------------------------------------Both lo c a l and lo n g-d ista n ce
transportation allowance ----------------------No r efe ren ce to transportation
a llo w a n c e -----------------------------------------------

22

6 0 ,4 1 0

118

126, 541

167

3 7 5 ,9 7 1

1 L o c a l transportation allow ance applies to transp ortation ex p en ses on job s within
com m uting distance of the e m p lo y e e 's h o m e. E xam p le s are r e im b u rsem en t fo r t o lls , gas­
oline, or the u se of the e m p lo y e e 's au tom obile.

Type of d ifferen tial
Total with
shift d ifferen tial

X •
T
Union 1
A gree m en ts W ork ers

T im e
d ifferen tial

A g r e e m e n ts W o r k e r s

M oney
d ifferen tial

A g ree m en ts W o r k e r s

A g r e e m e n ts W o r k e r s

A i l u n io n s ---------------------------*------------------

769

1 .2 1 3 , 317

43 8

9 5 0 ,7 0 0

303

7 2 9 ,4 9 5

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F L A )---------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------------------Iro n w o rk e rs (B S O IW )-----------------------------------C a r p e n te r s ( C J A ) ------------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) ------------------------E le v a to r C o n str u c to r s (IU EC ) ------------------O p eratin g E n g in ee rs (I U O E )----------------------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) --------------- -------------------------L a th e r s ( W W M L )--------------------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) -----------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )---------------------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) ---------------------------------------------R o o fe r s ( R D W W ) --------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (SMW) ---------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) ---------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
21, 850
70, 840
52, 710
290, 695
77, 270
18, 800
115, 150
271, 300
10, 610
7 0 ,4 2 0
30, 936
68, 245
13, 231
42, 290
52, 390

1
10
62
37
51
27

400
2 1 ,7 0 0
4 8 , 560
5 0 ,4 1 0
2 6 3 ,4 9 5
31, 145

1
6
55
31
42
4

400
15, 400
4 2 , 535
4 4 ,4 8 5
2 0 4 ,7 4 5
3, 780

4

No r efe ren ce
shift differen tial

T im e and m oney
sh ift d ifferen tial
A g r e e m e n ts W o r k e r s

1 7 5 ,0 8 5

31

_

_

_

_

1
4
2
8
13

100
3, 055
1, 650
5 4 ,1 0 0
11, 370

3
3
4
1
10

A g ree m en ts W ork ers

6, 200
2 ,9 7 0
4 , 275
4 , 650
1 5 ,9 9 5

4 6 ,1 2 0

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

10 9 , 0 0 0
2 5 1 , 950
455
19, 880
21, 070
5 5 ,2 0 5
1, 120
2 6 ,4 6 0
4 9 , 850

29
44
5
8
29
10
3
15
21

86, 000
2 4 2 ,4 5 0
405
12, 705
1 9 ,1 7 0
12, 620
400
9, 700
3 4 ,7 0 0

7
3
1
12
2
29
1
12
9

2 3 ,0 0 0
9, 500
50
7, 175
1 ,9 0 0
33, 110
720
1 4 ,2 0 5
1 5 ,1 5 0

-

-

-

6
4

-

9 ,4 7 5
2, 555
-

2 6 2 ,6 1 7

27
1
39
2
5
34
2
5
4
41
53
29
15
47
15
12

-

36
47
6
20
31
45
4
31
30

331

6, 180
150
2 2 ,2 8 0
2, 300
2 7 ,2 0 0
4 6 , 125
18, 800
6, 150
19, 350
1 0 ,1 5 5
5 0 ,5 4 0
9, 866
1 3 ,0 4 0
1 2 ,1 1 1
1 5 ,8 3 0
2, 540

1 F o r full n am es of union, see footnote 1, table 2.

T ab le 72 . M o n e y d iffe re n tia ls fo r s h iftw o rk in co n stru ctio n
a g re e m e n ts , 1 9 7 2 —73
M on ey d ifferen tial

A gree m en ts

W ork ers

T ab le 7 3 . V a ria tio n s in s h iftw o rk hours in construction
a g re e m e n ts , 19 7 2 —73
V ariation s in shiftw ork hours

A g ree m en ts

W ork ers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ----------------------------------A ll a g r e e m e n t s -----------------------------------

769

T otal r e fe r rin g to m on ey d iffe r e n tia ls —
U n iform cen ts p er h o u r ------------------------U n iform p e r c e n t a g e -------------------------------F la t rate
-------------------------------------------------

135
42
92
1

2 2 1 ,2 0 5
8 9 ,4 6 5
129, 940
1 ,8 0 0

No refe ren c e to m on ey d iffe r e n tia ls --------

634

9 9 2 ,1 1 2

769

1 ,2 1 3 , 317

Toted r e fe r rin g to shiftw ork h o u r s ----------H ou rs u n iform on all s h i f t s -----------;-----H ours v a r y with num ber of sh ifts:
tim e d ifferen tial 1 --------------------------------H ours v a r y with num ber of sh ifts:
no tim e d iffe r e n tia l-----------------------------R efere n ce to shiftw ork h ou rs:
no d etails g i v e n ------------------------------------

438
343

9 5 0 ,7 0 0
637, 255

83

27 9, 920

No r e fe ren c e to shiftw ork h o u r s ---------------

1, 2 1 3 , 317




2

8 , 900

10

2 4 ,6 2 5

339

285, 692

1 The addition of ex tra sh ifts changes the num ber of hours scheduled per shift, and
com p en sation is by tim e d ifferen tia l. F o r ex a m p le, in a o n e -sh ift operation, em ployees
m ay w ork 8 h o u r s, receivin g 8 h ours pay. W hen a second shift is added, em ployees
on
both sh ifts would w ork
h ours and re c e iv e pay fo r 8 h ou rs.

A b n o rm a l conditions pay d ifferen tial3

H azardous duty pay d ifferen tial
A ll a gree m e n ts
Cents per hour

T otal

Union1

A gree m ents

A gree­
m ents

A gree­
m ents

W ork ers

A gree m ents

---------------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

370

715, 591

318

637, 371

46

62, 420

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F L A )---------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------------------Iron w orkers (B S O IW )-----------------------------------C arp e n ters (CJA) -----------------------------------------E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s (IB E W ) ------------------------E levator C o n stru c to rs (IUEC) ------------------Operating E ngin eers ( I U O E j-----------------------L a b o r e rs (L I U N A )-----------------------------------------L ath e rs (W W M L ) ------------------------------------------P a in ters ( P A T ) -----------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (OPCM ) --------------------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) ---------------------------------------------R o o fe r s ( R D W W ) --------------------------------------------Sheet M e tal W o r k e r s ( S M W )----------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I E T ) ---------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
29 0, 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
1 1 5 ,1 5 0
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10 , 610
70, 420
30, 936
6 8 ,2 4 5
13 ,2 3 1
. 42, 290
5 2 ,3 9 0

10
46
4
44
41
14
33
16
60
40
21
16
19
6

1, 930
40, 170
4, 975
22 5, 345
4 7 ,6 5 5
4 2 ,2 5 5
2 0 6 , 100
2, 775
55, 515
23, 451
30, 040
3, 645
8 , 785
2 2 ,9 3 0

9
42
4
43
12
13
32
15
57
39
17
15
17
4

1, 680
3 6 ,7 5 0
4, 975
2 2 3 ,5 4 5
1 1 ,3 5 5
4 1 ,0 5 5
2 0 3 ,7 0 0
2, 675
42, 870
2 2 ,6 5 1
2 2 ,4 6 5
3, 545
8 , 055
12, 350

1
4
28
1
3
1
4
1
2
2

250
3 ,4 2 0
34 , 100
1,200
12, 645
800
7, 575
100
730
10, 600

A ll unions

W orkers

W o rk ers

Total

O ther2

P ercen tage
W orkers

A gree m ents
4

_
1
1
1
1
-

-

A gree m ents

W ork ers
6, 500

_
1 ,8 0 0
2 , 200
2, 400
100
-

Cents p er hour

W ork ers

A gree m ents

W ork ers

W ork ers

74

161, 325

71

1 5 5 ,7 7 5

3

5, 550

2
14
2
4
1
7
9
8
15
1
10
1

510
1 8 ,2 9 0
1, 680
4, 370
2 , 000
38, 400
77, 300
9, 890
4, 055
900
2 , 330
1 , 600

2
12
2
4
7
9
8
15
1
10
1

510
1 4 ,7 4 0
1, 680
4, 370
3 8 ,4 0 0
77, 300
9, 890
4, 055
900
2, 330
1, 600

_
2
1
-

3, 550
2 , 000
-

1 F o r full n am es of u nion s, see footnote 1, table 2.
2 Includes 3 ag r e e m e n ts which r e fe r to a hazard pay d ifferen tial but give no d e ta ils, and one ag ree m e n t which e sta b lish e s a flat (daily) rate.
3 "A b n o rm a l w orking c o n d itio n s" r e fe r s to those circu m stan c es under which em p loyee s oc ca sio n a lly m u st w ork which d iffer fr o m n orm al conditions for the job .
e x tr e m e s of heat, c old , or d am p ness or under e x trem ely dirty conditions.
Unsafe conditions a r e covered by hazardous duty p ay.
NOTE:

Percentage
A gree­
m ents

_

'

T h ese include working under

N onadditive.

Tab le 75. Cents-per-hour pay d iffe re n tia ls for hazardous or abnorm al
conditions in co n stru ctio n ag reem en ts, 1972—73
H azardous duty pay

Table 76. P ercentage pay d iffe ren tials for hazardous or abnormal
conditions in construction ag reem en ts, 1972—73

A b n orm a l conditions pay1

C e n ts -p e r -h o u r d ifferen tia l
A g r e e m e n ts

W o rk ers

A gree m en ts

P ercen tage pay d ifferen tial

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

W o rk ers

A ll a g r e e m e n t s -------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

T otal providin g for c e n t s -p e r hour d if f e r e n t ia l-------------------------

318

6 3 7 ,3 7 1

71

155, 775

3
19
122
28
31

3, 175
2 9 ,5 7 5
26 8 , 036
20 , 320
3 7 ,7 5 5

3
10
34
1
6

2 , 800
7, 140
54, 325
130
4, 03 5

6
15

11,020
28, 395

1
3

500
36, 670

54

139, 035

2

2, 725

39

9 9 ,9 1 5

11

4 7 ,4 5 0

1

145

1 0 cen ts ------------------------------------------------M o r e than 10, le s s than 25 cen ts —
25 cents ------------------------------------------------M o r e than 2 5 , le s s than 50 cen ts —
50 cents ------------------------------------------------M o r e than 50 c en ts, le s s
than 1 d o lla r --------------------------------------1 d o lla r or m o r e ---------------------------------In c re a se s with d egree of hazard
or a b n o r m a lity ----------------------------------V a r ie s by occupation or
a ssig n m e n t ----------------------------------------R e fe r e n c e to c e n ts -p e r -h o u r
d iffe r e n tia l; no d etails g i v e n -------No r e fe r e n c e to c e n t s -p e r hour d iffe r e n tia l---------------- ------

451

5 7 5 ,9 4 6

"
698

769

T otal re fe r rin g to p ercen tage pay
d if f e r e n t ia l--------------------------------------------

46

6 2 ,4 2 0

7

10, 640

4
13
10

5 ,4 5 0
1 1 ,6 1 5
9, 595

3

1 1 ,2 00

8

1 3 ,7 7 5

10 p ercen t -----------------------------------------------------M o r e than 10, le s s than 50
p ercen t --------------------------------------------------------50 p ercen t -----------------------------------------------------100 p ercen t (double t im e ) --------------------------V a r ie s with occupation,
a s s ig n m e n t -------------------------------------------------In c re a se s with d egree
of h a z a r d -----------------------------------------------------R e fere n c e to p ercen tage pay
d ifferen tia l; no details
g i v e n -------------------------------------------------------------

145

1, 0 5 7 ,5 4 2

1 "A b n o rm a l w orking c o n d itio n s" r e f e r s to those circu m sta n c es under which em p loyee s o c c a s io n ­
a lly m u st w ork which d iffe r fr o m n o rm a l conditions for the jo b .
Th ese include w orking under e x tr e m e s
of h eat, cold , or d am p n ess or under e x tr e m e ly dirty conditions.
Unsafe conditions are covered by
h azard ou s duty pay.




1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

A ll a g r e e m e n t s -----------------------------------

No refe r e n c e to p ercen tage
pay d iffe r e n tia l-------------------------------------

723

1, 150, 897




Part IX. Paid and Unpaid Leave

Payments for time not worked
Meal period payments
Call-in/call-back pay
Reporting pay
Vacation plans
Holidays

P aid clean -u p and
cloth es changing
tim e

Paid
r e s t periods

A ll a g ree m e n ts
Union1

W o rk ers

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

A g r e e m e n ts
A ll unions

W ork ers

A g ree m en ts

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

178

2 8 1 ,9 3 0

218

3 2 4 , 885

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
29 0, 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
18, 800
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
70, 420
30, 936
68 , 245
13 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

5
1
36
14
17
3

875
300
2 8 , 510
1 2 ,5 2 5
8 8 ,4 0 0
2 , 365

13
7
36
9
27
11

2 , 930
6, 950
4 3 ,2 3 0
8 , 180
1 1 2 ,6 7 0
12,910

---------------------------------------------

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F I A ) ---------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s (B B F ) -------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------------------Iron w ork ers (B S O IW )-----------------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) -------------------------------------------E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) ------------------------E levator C o n str u c to r s HU E C )--------------------O peratin g E n gin ee rs ( IU O E )-----------------------L a b o r e r s (L IU N A ) ---------------------- -----------------L ath e rs (W W M L ) -------------------------------------------P a in ters ( P A T ) -----------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M ) --------------------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) ---------------------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W )---------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (SMW) ---------------------T e a m s t e r s (IB T )----------------------------------------------

1
2
of w ork
3

-

A g r e e m e n ts

-

2
16
20
23
15
7
12
5
2

5, 300
85 , 800
3 , 605
3 2 ,3 7 5
4, 900
5, 025
2 , 855
3, 795
5, 300

-

85

-

24
4
9
3

3 6 , 950
2 , 600
5 9 ,4 1 0
6 , 385
2 7 , 935
2 , 060
2, 525
150

-

5
4
6
2
4
7
2
13
2

F o r fu ll n a m e s o f u n i o n s , s e e fo o t n o t e 1, t abl e 2.
A " p o r t a l to p o r t a l " c l a u s e in a c o n s t r u c t i o n a g r e e m e n t g e n e r a l l y states that e m p l o y e e s w i l l b e pa i d f o r the t i m e
at the b e g i n n in g and end o f the w o r k sh i ft .
I n d i c a t e s that e m p l o y e e w i l l co n t i n u e to be p a id at the o v e r t i m e ra te w hi le he is taking h i s m e a l p e r i o d .

NOTE:

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

R ep ortin g pay

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

3 1 8 , 625

707

1, 156, 122

81

170, 835

2 9 ,8 9 5
6 , 650
4 7 ,0 5 0
7, 950

6
10
9
21
13
12

1 ,3 2 5
16, 850
1 3 ,7 9 5
3 6 , 705
55, 925
10, 785

28
11
77
38
51
60
2
38
50
40
63
56
59
47
45
42

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
5 7 ,1 4 5
5 1 ,7 1 0
2 7 0 , 195
75 , 670
18, 800
1 0 7 ,5 5 0
2 7 1 ,1 0 0
5, 390
65, 280
30 , 506
6 8 ,0 8 0
12, 536
4 1 ,3 4 0
52, 390

1
3
1
3
3
16

50
14, 200
200
4 ,2 5 0
4, 650
23 , 220

-

3 3 ,4 0 0
1 6 ,3 5 0
695
175
2 , 340
9, 480
325
1 5 ,0 8 0
750

-

-

6
13
1
-

15
18

3 7 ,0 5 0
105, 200
145
1 1 ,3 8 0
2 2 ,5 1 5

-

1
7

-

900
6, 050

r e q u i r e d to t r a v e l b e t w e e n a j o b - s i t e




P a i d m e a l du ri n g o v e r t i m e h o u r s 2

P r e m i u m p a y f o r w o r k du ri n g
regular m eal period

Union1
W orkers

Agreem ents

W orkers

Agreem ents

W orkers

A l l u n i o n s ----------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

27

74, 680

175

497,591

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F I A ) --------------B o i l e r m a k e r s ( B B F ) ------------------------B r i c k l a y e r s ( B M P ) ---------------------------I r o n w o r k e r s ( B S O I W ) ----------------------C a r p e n t e r s ( C J A ) -----------------------------E l e c t r i c a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -----------E l e v a t o r C o n s t r u c t o r s ( I U E C ) -------O p e r a t i n g E n g i n e e r s ( I U O E ) ----------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) ----------------------------L a t h e r s ( W W M L ) -------------------------------P a i n t e r s ( P A T ) ----------------------------------P l a s t e r e r s (O P C M ) -------------------------P l u m b e r s ( P P F ) ---------------------------------R o o f e r s ( R D W W ) -------------------------------Sh e et M e t a l W o r k e r s ( S M W ) ---------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) --------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
21,850
70, 840
52,710
290 , 695
77, 270
18, 800
115, 150
271,300
10, 610
70, 420
30, 936
68, 245
1 3, 2 3 1
42,290
52,390

1
2
2
2
3
5

100
6, 000
920
2, 000
15, 900
5, 385
9, 000
21,000
-

1
6
12
17
24
12

600
7, 450
10, 065
32,850
135, 450
9, 830
53,055
182,550
400
1,8 0 0
22,536
19,850
735
20, 420

1
2

-

2
3
-

1
4
2

-

5, 000
7, 725
1, 650

F o r fu ll n a m e s o f u ni o ns , s e e fo o t n o t e 1, table 2.
Indicates em p lo y er w ill either pay for or provide e m p lo y e e 's m e a l if ove rtim e ex ceed s a sp ecified p eriod .

-

16
30
1
1
32
8
3
12

-

10
7
19
4
9
1

-

20, 255
7 3 ,8 0 0
-

’

5, 325
1, 690
19, 070
325

-

-

4

3, 800

r e p o r t i n g p o i n t and t h e i r a ct u a l p l a c e s

T ab le 78 . Paid m eal during o vertim e hours and prem ium pay for w ork during regular m eal period in co n stru ctio n
ag re em en ts, by u nion, 1972—73

Agreem ents

W o rk ers

132

Non additive.

A ll agreem ents

C a ll-in pay
A g r e e m e n ts

170, 140

_

-

-

13
16
39
17
20
7
2
1

P aid m e a l p eriod
during ove rtim e
h o u r s3

P o r ta l to
p ortal pay2

T ab le 79. N u m b er of g u a ran tee d hours of pay or w o rk in c a ll-in or c a ll-b a c k ,
in construction agreem en ts, by w age rate, 1972—73

T ab le 8 0 . R e po rtin g pay g u a ra n te e s ,1 in construction
ag re em en ts, 1 9 7 2 —73
Type of guarantee

Guarantee to be paid
G uaranteed c a l l -i n /c a l l -b a c k
hours of pay or w ork

A ll agreem en ts

A t stra ig h t-tim e
rate
A gree­
W ork ers
m ents

A t p rem iu m rate
A gree m ents

W o rk ers

A gree­
m ents

W ork ers

A gree m ents

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

T otal r e fe r rin g to rep orting p a y ---------

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

53

100, 305

24

67, 350

4

707

1, 156, 122

377

4 8 3 ,4 9 0

hour ----------------------------------------------------------hours -------------------------------------------------------hours -------------------------------------------------------hours -------------------------------------------------------hours -------------------------------------------------------h o u r s --------------------------------------------------------

5
264
4
80
1
23

1 5 ,5 7 5
25 5, 540
9, 800
156, 090
270
46, 215

81

170, 835

53

1 0 0 ,3 0 5

24

6 7 ,3 5 0

4

T w o -ste p g u a r a n te e ---------------------------------------

3, 180

L e s s than 2 h ours ------------------------------2 h ours --------------------------------------------------3 hours --------------------------------------------------4 h ours --------------------------------------------------8 h ours --------------------------------------------------V a r ie s ---------------------------------------------------O th e r 1 ------------------------------------------------------

5
30
6
27
5
3
5

2 3 ,2 0 0
37, 530
2, 215
70, 790
9, 050
9, 350
18, 700

2
23
5
15
1
3
4

2
5

18,900
1 7 ,8 0 0
_
19, 150
6 , 500

1
2
1

1, 100
2 , 020
60

-

-

-

-

No re fe r e n c e to c a l l - i n / c a l l back p a y -----------------------------------------

688

1
2
3
4
7
8

3 , 180

1 ,0 4 2 ,4 8 2

------------------------

T otal r e fe r r in g to num ber of
hours of c a l l -i n /c a l l -b a c k
p a y -------------------------------------------- —

3 ,2 0 0
1 7 ,7 1 0
2, 155
51, 640!
2, 550
9, 350
1 3 ,7 0 0

-

12
4
-

_

1

W ork ers

7 69

Single gu aran tee----------------------------------------------

W ork ers

769

A ll a g r e e m e n ts

A g ree m en ts

A ll a g r e e m e n t s ------------------------------------

V a r ie s

137

2 1 6 , 42 6

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------step gu aran tees2 -------------------

74
43
16
4

1 1 3 ,0 2 5
8 6 , 846
14, 280
2, 275

T h r e e -s te p gu arantee------------------------------------

173

4 1 1 ,5 4 1

2 - 4 - 8 h ours -----------------------------------------------Other 3 step gu aran tee s3 -----------------------

156
17

38 8, 856
2 2 ,6 8 5

2 - 4 h ours
4 - 8 hours
2 - 8 hours
Other two

5, 000

_

F o u r -s t e p g u a r a n te e --------------------------------------

A gree­
m ents

------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

161

4 3 0 , 796

A ll a g r e e m e n ts

2 h ours --------------------------------------------------3 h ou rs --------------------------------------------------4 h ours --------------------------------------------------7 h ours ---------------------------------------------------8 h ours --------------------------------------------------F la t rate p r e m iu m ----------------------------V a r i e s 1 ------------------------------------------------No r e fe r e n c e to rep ortin g
pay for new h i r e s ------------------------

90
3
46
1
17
2
2

23 0, 341
9 ,9 5 0
1 3 1 ,1 2 0
2 , 000
4 2 ,1 4 5
2, 340
1 2 ,9 0 0

5 7 ,1 9 5

A gree m ents

W ork ers

T ab le 8 3 . Paid v a c a tio n plans in
c o n stru ctio n a g re e m e n ts , 1972—73

A ll a g r e e m e n t s -------------------------

769

490

9 1 3 ,1 9 7

F u ll w a iv e r ------------------------------------------P a r tia l w a iv e r -------------------------------------

434
56

76 9 , 987
143, 210

No No refe r e n c e to reporting
pay w a iv e r ------------------------------------

279

W o rk ers

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

T otal r e fe r rin g to paid
vacation plans -----------------------------

468

7 5 2 ,6 1 1

Funded p la n s1 --------------------------------------Unfunded plans ------------------------------------

445
23

7 2 9 ,3 8 1
2 3 ,2 3 0

301

46 0, 706

P aid vacation plans

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

T o ta l r e fe r rin g to rep orting
pay w a iv e r1 -----------------------------------

A gree­
m ents

No r e fe r e n c e to paid
vacation p la n s------------------------------

R ep ortin g pay w aiver

30 0, 120

A ll a g r e e m e n t s -------------------------

1

608

7 8 2 ,5 2 1

1 The n um ber of h ours v a r ie s with the w o r k e r 's
d istan ce fr o m the jo b s ite : 2 h ours in sid e a 20 m ile rad ius,
4 h ours outside the 20 m ile r a d iu s.




62

T ab le 8 2 . W a iv e r of repo rtin g pay
provisions in co n stru ctio n ag ee m e n ts ,
1 9 7 2 -7 3

W ork ers

T otal with rep o rt pay fo r
new h ir e s ----------------------------------------

4 4 ,6 6 5

1 A single guarantee a s s u r e s the em ployee a sp ecified number of
hours 1pay for reporting to w ork whether or not work is availa ble. M ultiple -step
guarantees a ssu r e additional work or equivalent pay if the em ployee works
p ast the p eriod covered by the rep orting pay guarantee.
2 Includes 1 a g r e e m e n t, providing a 3 - 4 hours guarantee; 2 a g r e e ­
m ents with 4 - 6 h o u rs; and 1 ag ree m e n t with 2 - 5 h ours.
3 Includes 1 ag r ee m e n t providing a 1 - 4 - 8 hours guarantee; 4 a g r e e ­
m ents with 2 - 4 - 6 h ou rs; 5 a g ree m e n ts with 2 - 4 - 7 hours; 1 agreem ent with
2 - 6 - 8 h ou rs; 1 ag ree m e n t with 3 - 4 - 8 h o u rs; 2 agreem en ts with 4 - 6 - 7 hours;
and 3 agree m e n ts with 4 - 6 - 8 h ou rs.

1 Includes 2 a g r e e m e n ts w hich provide a 4 hour guarantee and for w ork beyond 4 h o u r s, an 8 hour g u a r ­
an tee; 1 a g ree m e n t which p rovid e s a 2 and 3 hour guarantee; and 2 a g r ee m e n ts which r e fe r to a guarantee but do
/4
not p rovide the n um ber of h o u rs.

R ep ortin g pay fo r new ly
hired e m p lo y ee s

4 4 ,6 6 5

20

No refe r e n c e to rep orting pay -------------

T a b le 81. Reporting pay fo r n ew ly hired
em plo yees in c o n stru ctio n a g re e m e n ts ,
1 9 7 2 -7 3

20

2 - 4 - 6 - 8 h o u r s---------------------------------------------

A full w aiver of rep orting pay states that the e m ­
p loyer is not obligated to honor the rep orting pay g u a r ­
antee under sp ecified conditions that p revent w ork (e. g. ,
A c t of God or natural d is a s te r , in clem en t w eath er, e m ­
p loyee at fau lt, e t c .) .
A p a rtia l w aiver red u ces but does
not elim in a te the obligation.

1
of a la r g e r ,

Includes 2 a g r ee m e n ts
g en eral fund.

in which the fund is part

N u m ber of holidays 2
A ll agreem en ts
Total

Union 1
A g reem en ts

W o rk ers

A gree m en ts

W ork ers

A ll u n io n s -----------------------------------------------

769

1, 213, 317

754

1, 191. 317

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F L A )---------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s (B M P )-----------------------------------------Iron w ork e rs (BSOIW )-------------------------------------C a rp e n ters (C JA )--------------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) ------------------------E le v a to r C o n stru c to rs (IU E C )--------------------Operating E n gin ee rs (IUOE)------------------------L a b o r e r s (L IU N A )------------------------------------------L a th e r s (W W M L )--------------------------------------------P a in ters (P A T )-------------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )----------------------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) .........................................................
R o o fe r s (R D W W )---------------------------------------------Sheet M etal W o r k e r s (SM W )------------------------T e a m s t e r s (IB T)-----------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6,
21,
70,
52,
290,
77,
18,
115,
271,
10,
70,
30,
68 ,
13,
42,
52,

5 80
850
840
710
695
270
800
150
300
610
420
936
245
231
290
390

27
11
97
38
55
61
2
41
51
46
71
57
59
50
46
42

6,
21 ,
69,
52,
275,
77,
18,
115,
271,
10,
69,
27,
67,
13,
42,
52,

480
850
540
010
195
270
800
150
300
260
840
891
945
106
290
390

9 holidays
33

A ll u n io n s ----------------------------------------------A s b e s to s W o r k e r s ( H F I A ) ----------------------------B o ile rm a k e r s ( B B F ) --------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) -----------------------------------------Iron w ork ers (B S O IW )------------------------------------C arp en ters ( C J A ) --------------------------------------------E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -----■
E le vator C on stru c tors (IU E C )---------------------O perating E n g in ee rs (IU O E )-----------------------L a b o r e rs ( L I U N A ) ------------------------------------------L ath ers ( W W M L )---------------------------------------------P a in ters ( P A T ) ..........
..........................................
P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )-----------------------------------------P lu m b er s ( P P F ) -----------------------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W ) ---------------------------------------------Sheet M etal W o r k e r s (S M W ) ------------------------T e a m s te r s ( I B T ) ----------------------------------------------

—

—
----------

—

------------ __

-------------—

6 holidays

5 holidays

33, 925

3
1
2
2
2
4
_
1
2
1
2
4
3
4
2

800
150
1, 445
1 ,0 5 0
3, 300
4, 050
_
10, 000
1, 530
610
3 80
2, 315
835
3, 710
3, 750

A g ree m en ts

23

_
.
3
3
1
_

W ork ers

34, 265

_
_
3, 100
11, 300
1, 600
-

-

1
4
7
2
_

-

3, 000
325
12, 715
1, 075
-

-

-

_
2

1, 150

A g ree m en ts

402
14
8
53
20
30
30
1
23
30
19
36
34
31
30
24
19

7 holidays

W ork ers

494. 430
3,
20 ,
28,
22,
101,
27,
16,
53,
114,
1,
20 ,
8,
31,
7,
18,
17,

040
800
410
360
795
785
000
795
950
915
960
270
075
390
830
055

-

-

3, 105
4, 350
2, 350
27, 700
18, 000
2 , 800
1, 300
200
4, 750
900
200

11

2 1 .5 7 5

288, 091

113

1, 205
800
26, 795
9, 075
85, 750
18, 750

3
1
18
4
10
14
_
6
6
12
8
7
8
5
4
7

-

-

8
12
5
15
10
11
12
10
7

17,
67,
1,
19,
7,
13,
3,
9,
5,

1
1
1
1
2
2
_
2

-

1,

2,
2,

1,
5,
7,

550
150
800
500
775
_
000
_
200

11

-

1
1
3
1
1
_
4

1 F o r ful l n a m e s o f u n i on s, s e e fo o t n o t e 1, tabl e 2.
2 I n c l u d e s h o l i d a y s d e s i g n a t e d as pa id o r unpaid and h o l id a y s l i s t e d but not d e s i g n a t e d as e i t h e r . E x c l u d e s N a t io na l E l e c t i o n D ay w h i c h o c c u r s
som e agreem ents,
3 I n c l u d e s 8 a g r e e m e n t s with 4 h o l i d a y s , 1 a g r e e m e n t with 12, and 2 a g r e e m e n t s in w h i c h the n u m b e r o f h o l i d a y s v a r i e s .




840
750
515
095
510
735
901
275
095

W orkers

243, 336

9,
15,
64,
22,
13,
57,
1,
12,
10,
11,
2,
21 ,

835
100
085
275
050
735
.
31.5
600
955
585
356
070
980
375
020

No refe ren c e

600

-

A g ree m en ts

6
1
18
8
8
11

Other 3

1
4
1
1
_
3
1
1
1
1
3
_
2
1

6 5 ,6 5 5

8 h olidays

W orkers

142

11 holidays

10 holidays
19

A g ree m en ts

10, 040

15

22 , 000

150
4, 650
-

1
4
1
1
-

100
1, 300
700
15, 500
.
350
5 80
3, 045
300
125
_

-

-

220
800
100
.
_
4, 120

1
2
3
1
1
_

every

4 years

and is foun d in

P r e m iu m pay rates for w ork on paid h olid ays2
T otal

A ll agreem ents

A gree m en ts

A g r e e m e n ts

W o rk ers

A gree m en ts
A ll u n io n s --------------------------------------------A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F L A )-------------------------E o ile r m a k e r s ( E E F ) ------ _
----------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------------- 1
—
Iron w ork ers (B S O IW )----------------------------------C arp e n ters (CJA) ----------------------------------------E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -----------------------E levator C o n stru c to rs (IUEC) -----------------Operating E n gin eers ( IU O E )---------------------L a b o r e rs ( L I U N A ) ----------------------------------------L a th e rs (W W M L ) -----------------------------------------P a in ters ( P A T ) ---------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M ) -------------------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) ------------------------------------ *------R o o fe r s (RDW W ) -----------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (S M W ) ---------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) --------------------------------------------

W o rk ers

769

1. 213. 317

56

118, 815

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
21, 850
70, 840
52, 710
209, 695
77, 270
18, 800
115, 150
271, 300
10, 610
70, 420
30, 936
68, 245
13, 231
42, 290
5 2 ,3 9 0

1
1
1
1
1
6
2
11
2

50
500
800
000
500
145
800
750
000

2,
2,
9,
13,
18.
23,
14,

-

9
1
1

-

5, 080
240
900

-

1
18

-

5, 200
22, 850

7

O th er3

Double tim e
and o n e-h a lf

Double tim e

U nion1

W o rk ers

A g r e e m e n ts
6

6. 595

W o rk ers

A g r e e m e n ts
38

16. 350

-

_

_

_

-

-

-

-

_
_
_
1
1
_
3
_
1
.
_
1

_
_
_
2, 800
2, 500

_
1
1

-

-

_
345
_
_
50

.
-

-

-

_
5, 150

W ork ers

A g ree m en ts

1
13

500
800
000
500
645
000
050
000
_
735
.
_
5, 200
17, 650

A greem en ts

W ork ers

5. 790

713

1, 094^502

1
_

2,
2,
9,
1,
16,
20,
14,

W o rk ers

5

90. 080

1
1
1
1
4
1
9
2
_
4
-

_
10, 000
_
1, 200
_
_
-

_
4

No reference

T rip le tim e

50
_

27
10
•100
38
55
55
_
30
49
47
64
59
59
51
45
24

-

-

_
1
_
_
_
_
2
1
_
_
_

_
_
1, 500
_
_
_
_
4, 000
240
_

"

-

6,
21,
68,
50,
281,
64,

530
350
040
710
195
125
_

91,
257,
10,
65,
30,
67,
13,
37,
29,

400
300
610
340
696
345
231
090
540

1 F o r full n am es of unions, see footnote 1, table 2.
2 T otal pay r a te s a re given: stra igh t tim e holiday pay plus prem iu m pay fo r w ork on h oliday. In m o st in stan ces the p rovision allow s 6 paid h olidays a y e a r .
3 Includes 1 a g r e e m e n t in w hich the rate v a rie s with the number of h olid ays; 1 a greem en t, rate v a r ie s with length of se r v ic e , 1 agreem en t, tim e and o n e-h a lf; 2 agreem ents which r e fe r to h o li­
days but give no d e ta ils.

T a b le 8 6 .

P re m iu m pay ra tes fo r w o rk on u npaid h o lid a y s , in co n stru ctio n a g re e m e n ts , by u nio n, 1 9 7 2 —73
A ll agreem ents

T otal r e fe r rin g to
p rem iu m pay rate

Union 1
A g reem en ts

W ork ers

A g ree m en ts

W ork ers

A ll u n io n s ----------------------------------------------

769

1 .2 1 3 . 317

686

1. 07 1. 947

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F L A )--------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) ------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ---------------------------------------Iro n w o rk e rs (B S O IW )-----------------------------------C a r p e n te r s ( C J A ) ------------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -----------------------E le v a to r C o n str u c to r s ( I U E C ) ---------------—
Operating E n g in ee rs (IU O E )----------------------L a b o r e r s (L I U N A ) ----L a th e rs ( W W M L ) --------P a in te r s ( P A T ) -----------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )- P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) R o o fe r s (R D W W ) .........................
Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (SM W ) - T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) ---------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
21, 850
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
29 0, 695
77, 270
18, 800
115, 150
27 1, 300
10, 610
70, 420
30, 936
68 , 245
13, 231
42, 290
52, 390

28
10
97
38
54
55
-

30
49
43
55
52
57
50
44
24

. 6,
2>1,
6 Y,
50,
26 5,
64,

580
350
350
710
695
125
.
9 1 ,4 0 0
25 7, 300
9, 855
62, 845
29, 751
65, 445
13, 036
36, 965
29, 540

P r e m iu m pay fo r w ork on unpaid holidays
N o reference
Tim e and o n e-h a lf
A gree m en ts

19

_
1
_
1
_
1
1
_
8
_
_
5
_
2

Double tim e

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

15. 220

660

1. 02 4. 932

1,

3,
5,
3,

_
100
_
000
_
_
000
000
_
195

1, 425
_
1, 500

28
10
96
38
53
55
.
26
48
42
47
51
57
45
43
21

6,
21,
67,
50,
26 4,
64,
58,
2 5 2,
9,
59,
29,
65,
11,
35,
27,

F o r fu ll n a m es of u nion s, see footnote 1, table 2.
In clud es 4 a g r e e m e n ts which provide trip le tim e; and 3 ag ree m e n ts in which the rate v a r ie s by the num ber of holidays,




O th e r 2

580
350
250
710
695
125
_
150
300
710
650
601
445
611
865
890

A g ree m en ts

7

_
_

_
_
_
_
3

_
1
_
1
_
_
1
1

W ork ers

31. 795

_
' _
_
_

_

30, 250

_
_
_

145

150

1, 100
150

A greem en ts

83

1
4
1
2
6
2
11
2
4
18
8
3
1
2
18

W o rk ers

141. 370

3,
2,
25,
13,
18,
23,
14,
7,
1,
2,
5,
22,

500
490
000
000
145
800
750
000
755
575
185
800
195
325
850




Part X. Dispute S ettlem ent Procedures

Jurisdictional disputes
Grievance and arbitration
Strike bans

T a b le 87. D is p u te s e ttle m e n t procedures in co n stru ctio n ag reem en ts,
by unio n, 1 9 7 2 —73______________________________________________________

T a b le 8 8 . Type o f ju ris d ic tio n a l d is p u te
procedure p ro vision s in co n stru ctio n
a g re e m e n ts , 1 9 7 2 —73

D ispute settlem e n t p ro ce d u res
A ll a greem en ts

Jurisd iction al
disputes

Union1

Type of ju r isd ic tio n a l
dispute p rocedu re

G rievan ce
and arb itration

G rievan ce only

A g r e e m e n ts

W o rk ers

A greem en ts

A g r e e m e n ts

769

1 ,2 1 3 , 317

376

7 4 2 ,2 1 6

26

2 1 ,8 4 5

711

1 ,1 5 9 ,1 8 7

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H FIA) ------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) ------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) --------------------------------------Iron w ork e rs (B S O IW )----------------------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) -----------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -----------------------E le v a to r C o n str u c to r s (IU E C )------------------O p eratin g E n g in ee rs (I U O E ) ---------------------L a b o r e r s (L I U N A ) ----------------------------------------L a th e rs (W W M L ) -----------------------------------------P a in te r s (P A T ) --------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )--------------------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) --------------------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W )-------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (SMW) --------------------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) --------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
29 0 , 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
18, 800
115, 150
27 1, 300
10, 610
7 0 ,4 2 0
30, 936
6 8 ,2 4 5
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

9
10
43
33
46
2
1
36
34
18
10
39
35
23
13
24

2 ,4 1 0
16, 850
3 2 , 170
4 6 , 960
2 2 1 ,2 7 5
8 , 500
16, 000
109, 460
1 3 8 ,0 5 0
7 ,2 0 5
1 3 ,9 1 5
26 , 371
3 9 . 880
6 , 780
2 0 , 060
3 6 , 330

2

435

-

-

26
18
88
37
51
61
2
35
48
43
68
52
56
48
46
39

1

F o r full n am es of u nions,

NOTE:

see footnote 1,

A g r e e m e n ts

W orkers

2
1
3

1, 180
680
5, 620

-

-

-

-

3
2
1
1
5
3
2

1 ,7 0 0
3, 700
75
2 , 500
1 ,4 5 5
3, 500
600

-

-

1

400

W orkers

-----------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

376

7 4 2 ,2 1 6

71
32
282

197, 501
9 1 ,8 8 5
5 0 4 ,8 1 1

60
2

103, 935
1 ,0 7 0

6

19,600

393

47 1, 101

A ll a g ree m e n ts

Joint la b o r -m a n a g e m e n t b o a r d -------Joint lo c a l union b o a r d ---------------------A F L -C I O p r o ce d u r e 1 ------------------------Joint international union
p rocedu re -----------------------------------------O th er2 ----------------------------------------------------R e fere n c e to ju risd ic tio n a l
dispute p r o ce d u r e ; no
refe r e n c e to type -----------------------------

6 , 145
2 1 ,8 5 0
56 , 760
50 , 030
2 8 2 ,5 7 5
7 7 , 270
18, 800
1 0 7 ,8 5 0
2 6 4 , 100
10, 310
66 , 755
2 8 , 961
64, 580
1 2 ,4 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
4 8 ,4 8 0

No r e fe r e n c e to ju risd ic tio n a l
dispute p r o c e d u r e ---------------------

1 C onstitutes r e fe r r a l of the dispute to the National
Joint B oard for S ettlem ent of J urisd iction al D isp u tes.
2 Includes 1 a g ree m e n t which c a lls for settlem ent by
a State arb itration b o a rd , and 1 agreem en t which c a lls for
settlem en t by the N ational Lab or Relations B oard .

table 2.
N O T E : Nonadditive.
than one p r o ce d u re.

N onadditive.

T a b le 8 9 .

A g ree m en ts

T otal r e fe r rin g to ju r isd ic tio n a l
dispute p rocedu re
------------------

W ork ers

A l l u n io n s ---------------------------------------------

W ork ers

Som e agreem en ts r efe r to m ore

No s trik e s , no lockouts in co n stru ctio n a g re e m e n ts , by union, 1 9 7 2 —73
P ro v isio n s for strik e and lockout bans
A ll agreem en ts
U nion1

Total
A g ree m en ts

W o rk ers

A g ree m en ts

L im ite d b an s2
W ork ers

A b solu te b ans3

No p r ovision s for
strik e and lockout bans

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W o r k er s

A g r e e m e n ts

W o rk ers

A ll u n io n s ----------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

593

1 ,0 0 6 , 342

393

8 1 7 ,3 7 7

200

1 8 8 ,9 6 5

176

20 6, 975

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s ( H F I A ) --------------B o ile r m a k e r s (B B F )-------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ---------------------------Iron w ork e rs (B S O IW )----------------------C a r p e n ter s ( C J A ) -----------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -----------E le v a to r C o n str u c to r s (IU E C )-------O p eratin g E n g in ee rs (IU O E )----------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) ----------------------------L a th e rs (W W M L )-------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) ----------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M ) -------------------------P lu m b e r s (P P F ) -------------------------------R o o fe r s (R D W W ) -------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (S M W ) ----------T e a m s t e r s ( I B T ) --------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6 ,5 8 0
2 1 ,8 5 0
7 0 ,8 4 0
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 9 0 ,6 9 5
7 7 ,2 7 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
7 0 ,4 2 0
3 0 ,9 3 6
6 8 ,2 4 5
13 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

18
9
64
38
51
56
2
29
45
35
49
50
39
34
38
36

4 , 940
2 1 ,6 5 0
5 2 ,9 0 0
50, 710
24 5 , 195
6 1 ,6 7 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
9 7 ,6 5 0
2 3 2 ,4 5 0
8 , 775
5 3 ,0 5 0
2 7 ,2 9 6
4 4 , 185
8 , 671
35 , 710
4 2 ,6 9 0

9
7
37
35
36
22
1
24
36
29
30
31
25
20
23
28

2, 510
1 7 ,6 5 0
3 9 , 625
48 , 360
2 0 4 , 220
3 2 ,5 6 5
1 6 ,0 0 0
7 7 ,8 1 5
2 0 6 , 450
4 , 045
48 , 670
2 0 ,4 3 6
34 , 035
4, 471
2 4 ,4 5 5
36 , 070

9
2
27
3
15
34
1
5
9
6
19
19
14
14
15
8

2 , 430
4, 000
1 3 ,2 7 5
2, 350
4 0 , 975
2 9 ,1 0 5
2 , 800
1 9 ,8 3 5
2 6 , 000
4, 730
4, 380
6, 860
10, 150
4, 200
1 1 ,2 5 5
6 , 620

10
2
37
1
5
5

1, 640
200
1 7 ,9 4 0
2 , 000
4 5 ,5 0 0
15, 600

1
2
3

F o r fu ll n am es of unions, see footnote 1, table 2.
A lim ite d ban is a statem ent prohibiting strik es or lockouts except under given c ir cu m sta n c e s or for sp ec ific is s u e s .
An ab solu te ban is an unmodified statem ent prohibiting strik e s or lockouts during the t e r m of the ag ree m e n t.




-

12
6
12
24
10
21
17
8
6

_

1 7 ,5 0 0
38 , 850
1 ,8 3 5
1 7 ,3 7 0
3, 700
24 , 060
4, 560
6, 580
9, 700




Employee benefit funds
Industry advancement programs
Workmen’s compensation

Health and w e l­
fa r e fund2

A ll agree m e n ts
U nion1

P en sion fund

---------------- E ^T tK --------------in suran ce fund

A greem en ts

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A l l u n io n s ----------------------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

685

1, 122, 337

696

1 ,1 8 7 ,0 4 7

45

13 0, 555

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F L A )--------------------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) ------------------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ---------------------------------------Iron w ork e rs (B S O IW )-----------------------------------C a r p e n te r s ( C J A ) ------------------------------------------E le c t r ic a l W o r k e r s ( I B E W ) -----------------------E le v a to r C o n str u c to r s (IUEC) ------------------O p eratin g E n g in ee rs ( IU O E )----------------------L a b o r e r s ( L I U N A ) -----------------------------------------L a th e rs (W W M L ) ------------------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) ----------------------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M ) --------------------------------------P lu m b e r s ( P P F ) ---------------------------------------------R o o fe r s ( R D W W ) -------------------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s ( S M W )----------------------T e a m s t e r s (IB T) -------------------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70 , 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 9 0 , 695
7 7 ,2 7 0
1 8 ,8 0 0
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10, 610
7 0 ,4 2 0
30 , 936
68 , 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

28
11
88
39
53
51
2
39
48
36
61
50
56
43
46
34

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
6 1 ,3 2 5
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 7 2 ,8 9 5
57, 985
18, 800
1 1 2 ,0 8 0
2 5 8 , 700
9 ,9 6 5
54, 390
2 9 , 306
60, 995
1 1 ,1 9 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 1 ,1 7 5

28
11
87
39
54
47
2
40
47
41
68
46
59
46
45
36

6 ,5 8 0
2 1 ,8 5 0
6 8 ,1 3 5
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 8 7 ,0 9 5
68, 940
18, 800
115, 080
2 6 7 ,8 0 0
10 , 060
6 9 ,8 3 5
28,206
6 6 , 045
1 2 ,6 8 1
4 1 ,8 1 0
5 1 ,4 2 0

1
_
4
2
5
9

L ife
in suran ce fund

200
_
9 ,9 5 0
5, 500
2 1 ,8 7 5
2 5 , 395
10, 100
2 9 ,7 0 0
50
1 6 ,2 5 0
500
6, 150
200
3, 980
705

A g r e e m e n ts

-

3
3
1
5
1
3
1
3
4

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts
37

_
4
2
2
7
-

2
3
1
5
1
3
-

2
5

L o s s of
incom e b en efits3

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

115, 030

7

_

_

9. 950
5, 500
2 0 , 300
9 ,7 9 5
_

1
_
_
2
_
_
_
_
1
_
1
2

10, 000
2 9 ,7 0 0
50
19, 950
500
5, 500
_
2 , 880
905

"

W orkers
1 3 ,2 9 0

_
580
_
10, 465
_
_
_
_
100
_
1, 100
1, 045
“

1 F o r fu ll n a m es of unions, see footnote 1, table 2.
2 A health and w elfa re fund is generally a m u lti-p u r p o se fund into which the con tra cto rs pay a stated amount fo r each em ployee m an -h o u r of w ork.
The m a jo r ity of
c la u se s esta b lish in g a health and w elfare fund do not sp ecify the p u rp oses of the fund.
The m in o rity that do so com m on ly indicate that the fund m ay p rovide em ployees with
life in su ra n ce , m e d ic a l care b en efits, lo s s -o f -in c o m e b en efits, or such other non-w age ben efits as m ay be d esign ated by the a d m in istra to rs of the fund.
3 A lo s s - o f -i n c o m e ben efits fund pays regu lar in stallm en ts in lieu of sa la r y to em p loyee s who are d isab led and cannot w ork.
NOTE:




Nonadditive.

T ab le 91. Industry ad van cem en t funds and w o rk m e n 's co m p en sation insurance in co n stru ctio n ag reem en ts,
by u n io n , 19 72—73
A ll agree m e n ts

Industry advancem ent fund2

W o r k m e n 's com pen sation insurance

Union1
A g ree m en ts

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers

A g r e e m e n ts

W ork ers
6 4 2 ,5 5 6

A ll u n io n s ----------------------------------

769

1 ,2 1 3 ,3 1 7

358

4 6 6 , 065

459

A s b e s t o s W o r k e r s (H F L A )---------------B o ile r m a k e r s ( B B F ) -------------------------B r ic k la y e r s ( B M P ) ----------------------------Iron w ork e rs (B S O IW )-----------------------C a rp e n ters ( C J A ) ------------------------------E le c tr ic a l W o r k e r s ( IB E W )------------E le vator C on stru ctors (IU E C )--------O p eratin g E ngin eers (IU O E )-----------L a b o r e r s (L I U N A )-----------------------------L ath e rs ( W W M L )--------------------------------P a in te r s ( P A T ) ----------------------------------P la s t e r e r s (O P C M )---------------------------P lu m b e r s (P P F ) --------------------------------R o o fe r s ( R D W W )--------------------------------Sheet M e ta l W o r k e r s (SMW)------------T e a m s t e r s (IBT) ---------------------------------

28
11
101
39
56
61
2
41
51
47
73
60
60
51
46
42

6, 580
2 1 ,8 5 0
70, 840
5 2 ,7 1 0
2 9 0 , 695
77 , 270
18, 800
115, 150
2 7 1 ,3 0 0
10 , 610
70, 420
30 , 936
68 , 245
1 3 ,2 3 1
4 2 ,2 9 0
5 2 ,3 9 0

9
2
48
16
29
2

1 ,7 4 0
1, 050
3 6 ,3 1 0
1 7 ,7 8 5
134, 470
2 ,4 0 0

5
1
55
36
32
60

1, 570
100
840
585
670
270

46,
50,
146,
70,

-

-

-

_

14
24
45
16
39
41
22
41
10

4 3 ,3 1 5
97, 550
10, 460
15, 350
14, 145
4 2 ,1 8 0
5 ,9 9 5
3 6 , 015
7, 300

18
20
20
63
30
42
33
31
13

71, 115
69, 700
2 , 850
65, 635
1 2 ,0 7 5
4 9 ,9 5 5
9, 581
3 1 ,9 6 5
1 3 ,6 4 5

1 F o r full n am es of unions, see footnote 1, table 2.
2 A n industry advancem ent fund is ge n era lly a m u ltipu rpose fund with m an y application s which m ay include r e s e a r c h into new m ethods and m a te r ia ls ,
d evelop m en t of variou s standards, public rela tio n s, p rom otion of the industry and d evelopm ent of m a r k e ts, education, im provin g in tr a -in d u str y relations
betw een c o n tr a cto r s, en gin eers, a rc h itec ts, forem en and variou s other e m p lo y e e s, etc .

A p p e n d ix .

S u b je c t In d e x o f A g r e e m e n t P ro v is io n s

Agreement provisions

Table
number

Abnormal working conditions, pay differential f o r .......................................................................7 4 ,7 5 , 76
Advance notice:
l a y o f f ..................................................................................................................................................
38
project start ......................................................................................................................................
2 5 ,2 6
schedule changes...............................................................................................................................
60
Agency s h o p ...........................................................................................................................................
13
Agreements:
distribution by c r a f t ........................................................................................................................
11
distribution
distribution
distribution
distribution

by
by
by
by

Page
44
26
18
37
10
8

employer u n it .......................................................................................................
major a c tiv ity .......................................................................................................
o c c u p a tio n ............................................................................................................
r e g io n ......................................................................................................................

9
6
11
4

8
5
8
4

distribution by Standard Metropolitan Statistical A r e a ...........................................................
distribution by u n i o n .....................................................................................................................
distribution by worker c o v e r a g e ...................................................................................................

7 ,8
6
5

6, 7
5
4

d u r a tio n ...................................

3

4

expirations .........................................................................................................................................
reopeners ...........................................................................................................................................
size g r o u p ...........................................................................................................................................
Allowances:
lo d g i n g ...............................................................................................................................................
meals ..................................................................................................................................................
p a rk in g ...............................................................................................................................................
per d i e m .............................................................................................................................................

1 ,2
65
5

3
40
4

69
69
69
69

42
42
42
42

transportation....................................................................................................................................

6 9 ,7 0

42

travel tim e ...........................................................................................................................................

69

42

Antidiscrimination p r o v is io n s ............................................................................................................

15

11

Apprenticeship:
com m ittee...........................................................................................................................................

21

15

f u n d ....................................................................................................................................................
le n g t h ..................................................................................................................................................
prerequisites......................................................................................................................................
ratio, apprentices to journeymen ................................................................................................

21
2 1 ,2 4
2 1 ,2 3
2 1 ,2 2

15
1 5 ,1 6
1 5 ,1 6
15

Arbitration provisions ........................................................................................................................
Assessments, ch e ck o ff o f ......................................................................................................................

87
13

51
10

Basic rate structure

64

40

Bonding, employer

66

41




Call-in/call-back pay .............................................................................................................................
7 7 ,7 9
4 6 ,4 7
Change o f classification, rate i n ................................
68
41
Change o f scheduled hours, limitations on .....................................................................................
60
37
C heck-off (dues, initiation fees, assessments) ................................................................................
1 2 ,1 3
10
Classification, maintenance o f rate in change o f ...........................................................................
68
41
Clean-up time, p a i d .......................................................................................................................................
77
46
Clothes changing, paid ................................................................................................................................
Clothing, w o rk ................................................................................................................................................
Committee:
apprenticeship ..................................................................................................................................
s a f e t y ..................................................................................................................................................
Company pay for union business

77
49
21
37

46
31
15
24

.....................................................................................................

14

11

Compensation, m ethod o f .................................................................................................................
Conference, p r e -jo b ...............................................................................................................................

64
2 5 ,2 7

40
18

Construction sta n d a rd s........................................................................................................................
Craft co v e ra g e ......................

44
11

29
8

Crew size rules

..............................................................................................................................................

Daily hours o f work

.......................................................................................................

43

28

51

33

Daily overtime:
hours ..................................................................................................................................................
5 0 ,5 2
r a t e .......................................................................................................................................................
5 0 ,5 2
Death benefits ......................................................................................................................................
90
Deferred wage increases ......................................................................................................................
65
Differentials, abnormal conditions and hazardous work ............................................................. 7 4 ,7 5 , 76

3 3 ,3 4
33,34
53
40
44

Differentials, s h i f t ..................................................................................................................................
Disputes settlement:
grievance-arbitration........................................................................................................................

7 1 ,7 2

43

87

51

jurisdictional ....................................................................................................................................
Distribution o f overtime, e q u a l..........................................................................................................
Dues c h e c k o f f .........................................................................................................................................

88
50
13

51
33
10

Duration:
o f agreem ents....................................................................................................................................
o f apprenticeships ...........................................................................................................................

3
21

4
15

90
48
34

53
31
23

Employee:
benefit funds ....................................................................................................................................
com fort and sanitary facilities........................................................................................................
right to refuse work in inclement w eather...................................................................................
rights and obigations concerning safety

.....................................................................................

36

24

transfers, restrictions o n .................................................................................................................

45, 46

29, 30

Employer:
limitations on working with tools o f trade . . . i .......................................................................

45

29

obligations concerning s a f e t y ........................................................................................................

35

23

right to h ire .........................................................................................................................................
right to reject union referrals..........................................................................................................

28
25

19
18

right to retain key p erson nel..........................................................................................................

25

18

u n it .......................................................................................................................................................
Equal distribution o f overtim e............................................................................................................

9
50

8
33

Equipment and t o o l s ...................................

39

27




Table
number
Examinations, pre-hiring......................................................
Expiration o f agreements......................................................
Facilities, employee shelter and sanitation........................
“ Favored nations” cla u ses....................................................
Foremen:

32

Page

1 ,2

21
3

48
16

31
12

18

general ................................................................................
minimum number o f journeymen requiring hiring o f

1 8 ,2 0

ratio o f journeym en to .................................................

1 8 ,1 9

13
13
13

apprenticeship....................................................................
health and welfare ...........................................................
health in su ra n ce ...............................................................

21
90

53

90

53

industry advancement

91
90

53
53
53
53

Funds:

....................................................

life insurance......................................................................
loss-of-in com e....................................................................
p e n sio n ................................................................................

90
90
6 6 ,6 7

15

83
91

41
47
53

10
18

8
13

56
58
87

36
36
51

Hazardous work, pay differentials f o r ............................
Health and welfare f u n d ....................................................
Health in su ra n ce..................................................................
Height, rules governing maximum work ........................
Hiring:

7 5 ,7 6
90
90
43

44
53
53
28

older w o r k e r s ..................................................................
order o f referral in ........................................................
pre-hiring examination p ro v is io n s..............................
referral list, retention o f position o n ..........................

30, 33
29
30, 32
30

2 0 ,2 1
19
2 0 ,2 1

referral rules, penalty for violation o f ........................

31

20
20

referral system s...............................................................
provisions, s e le cte d ........................................................

30
25

20
18

sources o f .........................................................................

25, 28

18, 19

84
85

48

security, wage and f u n d .................................................
vacation................................................................................
workmen's co m p e n sa tio n ...............................................
Geographical scope o f agreement......................................
General fo r e m e n ..................................................................
Graduated rate:
o v e rtim e ...........................................................................
Saturday............................................................................
Grievance procedures...........................................................

Holidays:
n u m b e r.............................................................................
rate for work on p a i d ....................................................
rate for work on u n p a id ...............................................
Hourly pay .......................................... ................................
Hours o f w o r k ......................................................................
Hours, scheduled w e e k ly ....................................................

86
64
5 1 ,5 3
53

49
49
40
3 3 ,3 4
34

Inclement w eather...............................................................

34

23




Industry:
advancement fund ..........................................................................................................................
distribution o f agreements ............................................................................................................
Initiation fees, ch eck o ff ......................................................................................................................
Insurance:

91
6
13

53
5
10

h e a lth ..................................................................................................................................................
life ......................................................................................................................................................

90
90

53
53

Jurisdiction o f equipment repairs .....................................................................................................
Jurisdictional dispute settlement p roced u res..................................................................................

40, 41
88

27, 28
51

apprenticeship .................................................................................................................................
s a f e t y ..................................................................................................................................................
L ayoff, advance notice o f ...............................................................................

21
37
38

15
24
26

Life insurance .........................................................................................................................................

90

53

Local residents, preference in h ir i n g ................................................................................................
Lodging, travel allowance for .......................................................................................................

30
69

20
42

Loss o f incom e b en efits........................................................................................................................

90

53

Maintenance o f higher rate .................................................................................................................
Maintenance o f m em b e rsh ip ...............................................................................................................
Major activity, distribution o f agreements by ................................................................................
Management rights.................................................................................................................................
Materials, limitations on employers’ use o f .....................................................................................
Meal periods, p a i d .................................................................................................................................
Meals, allowance for .............................................................................................................................
Medical care b e n e fits .............................................................................................................................
M ethod o f compensation o f shift w o r k ............................................................................................
Minimum number o f workmen requiring hiring o f forem en ........................................................

68
13
6
16
39
7 7 ,7 8
69, 78
90
71
20

41
10
5
12
27
46
4 2 ,4 6
53
43
13

Minimum rates ......................................................................................................................................
Minorities, provision for apprenticeship or hiring o f ....................................................................
Money differentials, for shift w o r k ....................................................................................................

64
15
71, 72

40
11
43

Labor-management comm ittee:

Nonbargaining unit personnel, restrictions on work b y ................................................................

45

29

No-strike, no-lockout p r o v is io n s .......................................................................................................
Notice provisions....................................................................................................................................

89
2 5 ,2 6
38
60

51
18
26
37

Older worker provisions ......................................................................................................................

30, 33 *

20, 21

On-the-job tr a in in g ...............................................................................................................................

21

15

Order o f referral in h ir i n g ...................................................................................................................

29

19

5 0 ,5 2

3 3 ,3 4

Overtime:
daily overtime

.................................................................................................................................

daily overtime rate by daily overtime hours

...........................................................................

52

34

equal distribution o f ........................................................................................................................
for work performed during regular meal period.........................................................................
graduated ........................................................................................................................................

50
78
5 0 ,5 6

33
46
3 3 ,3 6

50

33

outside regularly scheduled hours



..............................................................................................

Overtime— Continued
rate for work outside regularly scheduled h o u r s ......................................................................
restrictions on .................................................................................................................................
weekend work .................................................................................................................................

50, 55
5 2 ,6 1
5 7 ,5 8

33, 35
3 7 ,3 8
36

weekly o v e rtim e ...............................................................................................................................
weekly overtime rates by weekly overtime h o u r s ....................................................................

50, 54
54

33,35
35

Paid meal p e r i o d ...................................................................................................................................

7 7 ,7 8

46

Paid rest p e r io d ......................................................................................................................................

77

46

Parking a llo w a n c e .................................................................................................................................
Payment for time not worked ..........................................................................................................

69
77

42
46

Penalty:
on employee for poor w orkm anship............................................................................................

4 0 ,4 2

on employee for violation o f referral r u le s ................................................................................

31

20

on employer for wage or benefit fund default .........................................................................
Pension f u n d ..........................................................................................................................................
Per diem a llo w a n c e ............ . . ..............................................................................................................

67
90
69

41
53
42

Poor workmanship p e n a lt y .................................................................................................................

4 0 ,4 2

Portal-to-portal p a y ...............................................................................................................................
Pre-hiring examination p r o v is io n s .....................................................................................................
Pre-job co n fere n ce .................................................................................................................................

77
3 0 ,3 2
2 5 ,2 7

27,28

27,28
46
2 0 ,2 1
18

Prefabricated materials, lim ita tion s...................................................................................................

39

27

Preferential hiring o f local residents ................................................................................................

30

20

Premium pay:
holidays ..................................................................................................................
Saturday ..........................................................................................................................................
S u n d a y ...............................................................................................................................................
Prerequisites for apprenticeship ......................... .............................................................................

8 5 ,8 6
5 7 ,5 8
57
21, 23

49
36
36
15, 16

Project start, advance notice o f

.......................................................................................................

2 5 ,2 6

18

Rain gear provisions...............................................................................................................................
Rate stru ctu re........................................................................................................................................
Ratio:
apprentices to jo u r n e y m e n ............................................................................................................

34
64

23
40

2 1 ,2 2

15

foremen to journeymen .................................................................................................................
older workers to total w o r k e r s .....................................................................................................
provisions, selected ................................................................................................................

1 8 ,1 9
33
25

13
21
18

Region, distribution b y ........................................................................................................................
R e o p e n e rs.............................................................................
Repairs, jurisdiction o f equipment ..................................................................................................

4

4

65

40

4 0 ,4 1

27,28

Reporting pay:
guarantees..........................................................................................................................................

7 7 ,8 0

4 6 ,4 7

p rovision .............................................................................................................................................
referrals, first d a y ....................................................................................................................

7 7 ,8 0
81

4 6 ,4 7
47

waiver o f ..........................................................................................................................................
Rest p eriod s............................
Restrictions on:
employers’ use o f materials, tools, and equipment ..................................................................
holiday w o r k ............................................................................................, ........................................

82
77

47
46

39
59

27
37

o v e rtim e .............................................................................................................................................

5 9 ,6 1

3 7 ,3 8

schedule changes

5 9 ,6 0

37




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Table
Number
Restrictions on— Continued
shift w o r k .........................
weekend work ................
working em p loyers.........
working hours ..................

Page

5 9 ,6 2
59, 63
45
59

37, 38
37, 38
29
37

36
35
37
5 7 ,5 8
5 9 ,6 0
10

24
23
24
36
37
8

Safety:
employee rights and ob lig a tion s...........................................................
employer obligations .............................................................................
labor-management com m ittees.............................................................
Saturday w o rk ...............................................................................................
Schedule changes, limitations o n ...............................................................
Scope o f agreement: geographical ..........................................................
Settlement o f disputes:
grievance and arbitration........................................................................
jurisdictional disputes procedure..........................................................
Shift work:
method o f compensation ......................................................................
money differentials ...............................................................................
restrictions on ........................................................................................
variations in shift work h o u r s ...............................................................
Short-term job clauses.................................................................................
Single rates ...................................................................................................
Size distribution o f agreements.................................................................
Sole bargaining..............................................................................................
Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, distribution o f agreements by
Standards, construction...............................................................................
Stew ards.......................................................................................................
Strike and lockout bans .............................................................................
Subcontracting, limitations on ........................................ ........................
Superseniority for union stewards.............................................................
Sunday w o r k .................................................................................................

87
88

51
51

71
7 1 ,7 2
5 9 ,6 2
73
30
64
5
13
7 ,8
44
14
89
44
14
57

43
43
37, 38
43
20
40
4
10
6 ,7
29
11
51
29
11
36

Technological changes, no opposition to introduction o f ....................
Tools and equipment, rules limiting use o f .............................................
Tools, furnishing, replacing and storing.................................... ...........
Training, on-the-job........................................................................ ............
Transfer, restrictions on em ployee......................................................
Transportation allowance ......................................................................
Travel time a llow a n ce.................................................................................

17
39
47
21
4 5 ,4 6
6 9 ,7 0
69

12
27
30
15
29, 30
42
42

Union business, pay for time on ...............................................................
Union security provisions ...........................................................................
Union shop ....................... ............................................................................
Unit, employer ............................................................................................
Unrestricted work provision ......................................................................

14
12, 13
13
9
17

11
10
10
8
12

83

47

Vacation, paid fund




...................................................................................

Wage:
adjustments ......................................................................................................................................

65

40

basic rate stru ctu re..........................................................................................................................
deferred increase ............................................................................................................................
employer payment d e fa u lt ............................................................................................................
maintenance o f higher r a t e ............................................................................................................
re o p e n e r..............................................................................................................

64
65
6 6 ,6 7
68
65

40
40
41
41
40

security, wage and f u n d .................................................................................................................

6 6 ,6 7

41

Waiver o f reporting p a y ........................................................................................................................

82

47

Washup, cleanup and clothes changing time ..................................................................................
Weekly hours o f w o r k ..........................................................................................................................
Weekend work, restrictions on ..........................................................................................................

77
53
59, 63

46
34
37, 38

Weight lim ita tion s.................................................................................................................................

43

28

Work c lo t h in g ........................................................................................................................................
Work rules concerning safety ............................................................................................................
Working employer, restrictions o n .....................................................................................................

49
36
45

31
24
29

Workmen’s compensation req u irem en t...........................................................................................

91

53




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