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Collective Bargaining Settlements: Published in June, September, and December. This report provides detailed, up-to-date summaries of hundreds of negotiated wage and fringe benefits agreements covering hundreds of thousands of construction union workers throughout the United States. Data are categorized in a variety of ways, including by craft, geographic region, and year and show both cost and percent increase amounts. Historic trends and already negotiated future increases are presented. This report is a must for any party preparing for wage negotiations. (Settlements Report)

Trends and Outlook: Published annually in February. This report is a useful supplement to the Wage and Fringe Benefits Settlements reports. Based on the extensive CLRC databases, the report shows the actual average wage rates. Results are summarized by craft, geographic region, and year. Additional tables illustrate how increases were distributed by dollar amount and percent. Five-year historic data are shown along with already negotiated future increases.(Union Construction Labor Cost Trends and Outlook)

Terms and Conditions Reference Guide: Published annually in November. The focus of this publication is to summarize detailed contract provisions such as supervision and apprentice ratios, travel and premium pay, work hours, overtime, holidays, shift pay, and many other provisions. This resource is a must if preparing for contract language negotiations.

Cost of Terms and Conditions in Collective Bargaining Agreements: Published annually in March. As a supplement to the Terms and Conditions Reference Guide, this report shows cost estimates for overtime, shift differential, show-up pay, holidays, and numerous other contract terms and conditions.

Market Share Studies: Available through CLRC’s consulting services. Reports typically cover at least a five year trend and include the market share percent, change from year to year, employment count and a written summary. Studies can also include market share by sector (e.g., residential, commercial, industrial) or for special projects. (CLRC_Market_Share_Study)  

Wage and Fringe Benefits Comparison: Available through CLRC's consulting services. The comparison shows the wage and fringe benefits rates (total package) for the local(s) under consideration next to the estimated nonunion wages and fringe benefits in the area for the same craft on one intuitive, easy to interpret page. (CLRC Union-Nonunion Wage and Fringe Benefits Comparison)   

Union/Nonunion Report: Published biennially. This report documents trends in the percent of union representation in the construction workforce. Data are categorized by region and year. (Union Nonunion Trends)

Custom Report: In order to support specific client needs, CLRC can customize our data or do new original research to fit your unique situation.