Workforce Agreement

The school district also runs a preliminary education program, We Build, which is managed by a joint working committee and offers a 10-week course of qualification and safety training, developed in collaboration with the construction industry. While there is no requirement for contractors to hire their staff through We Build, the preliminary education program offers a pipeline of trained and oriented workers, many of whom meet the targeting requirements set by the CWA. We Build`s training model allows its graduates to better compete with other budding apprentices. The program has an intermediation rate of 90%. The CWA`s goal is for 20% of the hours of work to be worked by the people of Cleveland. In addition, the agreement recognizes and formalizes the existing relationship between the CBCTC and the 9-12-class program at Max S. Hayes Vocational High School, which is part of the Cleveland Public Schools system. In conjunction with the CWA, the unions are committed to participating in the development of Max Hayes` curriculum and making appropriate efforts to force contractors and unions to provide jobs to Max Hayes construction workers. In addition, unions agree to dedicate a joint pre-training program class to UCIP/ASAP (Union Construction Industry Partnership/Apprenticeship Skill Achievement Program) to max Hayes graduates for construction trades. Graduates of UCIP/ASAP receive direct entry into the teaching of trade union construction.

Graduates of UCIP/ASAP who enter the program as a result of Max Hayes High School`s diploma will be assigned to construction projects at the University Hospital covered by the CWA. Working communities have been implemented by local authorities, quasi-governmental tax authorities and non-profit organizations in cities across the country. This document contains summaries and access to language documents and implementation of a wide range of community employment contracts across the country. Each agreement contains a number of targeted recruitment requirements, with a separate process of production, monitoring and reporting of results. In 2001, the CCAA launched an extensive program of work to modernize universities and implement a green plan for buildings and energy efficiency.