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Q. What are the minimum requirements to become a member?
A. Construction contractors require a minimum of three employees to be enrolled on the Hour Bank plan to become a Merit member. The plan is only available for open shop (non-union) construction contractors and their employees.
|Merit Contractors Association: Board of Directors (2019).|
|Source, captured 2020-10-22.|
|Chair||Bob Lynch||Allied Construction Management Inc.|
|Vice Chair||Frank Collins||Kusco Flooring|
|Secretary/Treasurer||Gary Hayes||H & F Electrical Ltd.|
|Past Chair||Craig Drover||Jenco Ltd.|
|Director||Andrew Driscoll||Allied Construction Management Inc.|
|Director||Marilyn Smallwood||Chimo Construction (2014) Ltd.|
|Director||PJ Coombs||H.J. Bartlett Electric Inc.|
At Merit, we believe in the power of strength in numbers. By joining Merit you instantly grow your network to include all the major players in the NL construction industry. But that's not all. Merit is an active member of many other associations, so your membership gets you more.
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[PressProgress.ca, 2020-10-21] Big Business Anti-Union Group Offering Companies Pro-BC Liberal Posters To Put Up In Their Workplaces. New campaign aims to promote Andrew Wilkinson's BC Liberals inside British Columbia workplaces.
A big business anti-union lobby group is helping construction companies promote Andrew Wilkinson's BC Liberals in workplaces across the province. The Independent Contractors and Businesses Association (ICBA), an anti-union lobby group that is affiliated with Merit Contractors [Merit Contractors Association], has launched something called the "Construction Votes" campaign. Among the election materials distributed to ICBA's member companies are flyers, form letters, blank internal bulletins and posters encouraging workers to vote for the anti-labour. ...
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