Union Members

More work. More Pay. Better benefits.

In Unions:


Women make 32% more money than non-union workers


African Americans make 33% more money than non-union workers


Hispanics make 42% more than non-union workers

Join LIUNA and:


Get more work.

Find more jobs with us. Make more money than you are now. Stop worrying about where your next check comes from. Receive regular pay increases.

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Get Healthcare for you and your family.

Keep your family healthy. Provide them with excellent healthcare: medical, dental, and vision. No deductibles.

83% of U.S. businesses don’t offer zero-deductible healthcare. We do!


Work in the safest, fairest Conditions.

Safety is our priority. We train our workers to work safely, no matter the job.

Get paid to train.

Advance your career. Get paid to learn new skills to make more money. Build the confidence to handle every challenge. Keep learning. Keep earning.  

You get paid to come and learn instead of paying thousands for college and years of debt.

Over 80 classes include: Demolition, Road Building, Underground, Asbestos Removal, Masonry, Concrete. See all classes.

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Create a financial future for yourself.

Build a better Michigan.

Work toward a better future and a guaranteed income at retirement. A monthly check for the rest of your life.

"Get paid to go to school."

Geno Alessandrini, Sr. on why working in the construction industry and joining the Laborers' Union is an excellent alternative to college.

Contact a Marketing Representative

Chris Chwalek

Marketing Manager
Local 399

(M) 517-202-5486

Nick Defauw

Marketing Representative
Local 1076

(M) (810) 542-2125

Josh Fruik

Marketing Representative
Local 1329

(M) (906) 235-7547

Paul Husted

Marketing Representative
Local 1075

(M) (810) 662-5440

Mark Pulice

Marketing Representative
Local 1191

(M) (586) 604-8030

Drake Minton

Marketing Representative
Local 499

(M) (734) 731-7097

Chris Taylor

Marketing Representative
Local 1098

(M) (989) 397-7877

Marcus Trammell

Research Director
(M) (517) 877-2735