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NRCA Announces Support of Innovative New Approach to Immigration Reform

This statement attributable to: William Good, CEO of NRCA

NRCA commends Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) for introducing the “Willing Workers and Willing Employers Act” in the U.S. 345 more words

Government Relations

The Workforce Dilemma – What to Do?

NRCA’s CEO Bill Good recently provided his perspective on the challenges facing the construction industry as part of Metal Construction Magazine’s recent feature “2016 State of the Industry,” highlighting the construction industry’s opportunities and challenges. 165 more words

Roofing Industry News

Looking For a Job? Truckers Are Getting Huge Bonuses

Shipping companies have had to change the way they conduct business in order to deal with a labor shortage, which has been good news for truck drivers who are now receiving better salaries and perks, … 196 more words

Looking for a job? Truckers are getting huge bonuses

Shipping companies have had to change the way they conduct business in order to deal with a labor shortage, which has been good news for truck drivers who are now receiving better salaries and perks, … 201 more words

Pubdesk

Dark Corner: The Immigration Hustle

There is a large job shortage in the US and immigration has made it worse. We are being fed pablum and word salads that side-step the truth to make us look the other way. 311 more words

2016 Presidential Race

Trying to See Solutions to the Construction Industry Labor Shortage

A Sept. 22 article published in Builder magazine entitled “Home Building, Labor, and Immigration; Trying to see solutions to trade capacity constraints, beyond the headlines,” addresses causes and solutions to the ongoing labor shortage in the construction industry.  420 more words

Roofing Industry News

Dystopia U: Vanderbilt Women's Center to Lecture Men on 'Healthy Masculinities' 

Vanderbilt University’s Women’s Center will be hosting a week-long event dedicated to lecturing men about what it means to have “healthy masculinity.”

Ashley Rae Goldenberg… 447 more words

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