Payroll deductions were needed for more than basic cover
I began working with IBEW 424 in the year 2003. One of the benefits for a unionized contractor is that their company has access to a well-trained pool of skilled workers that are ready, able, and willing to work. When a project demands more manpower, IBEW always produces. On the other hand, when a project is winding down, layoff’s is never an issue; this is the all familiar nature of being a unionized employee with IBEW 424. However, there are those occasions when a company has projects that run back to back. When this occurs it is normal for a company not to layoff but rather transfer those electricians that have already proven themselves in the previous project.
You get a card for healthcare. And then you stop worrying about the details and get on with your life.
Great pension package!!! Best in the business
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.