Nearly 50 years of socially responsible investing - putting union capital to work financing housing and creating union jobs nationwide.
Construction Jobs Initiative Goal: 25,000 Union Jobs
The HIT has passed its goal of creating 15,000 union construction jobs and is working to reach 25,000 jobs by year-end 2015. The HIT began this job-creation initiative in 2009 in response to the nation's unemployment crisis.
As the HIT’s Director of Labor Relations, Rod DuChemin helps developers and contractors meet the HIT’s union labor requirement and ensure the success of their projects. In a special profile, DuChemin sounds off on keeping it all union.
Investing pension funds to generate jobs for union members is a responsible choice for pension investors, Building Trades President Sean McGarvey told union representatives who gathered this week for the annual National Building Trades Legislative Conference.
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