Greg Lalavee, Business Manager at the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 825, authored the following op-ed in the Bergen Record. Click here to view the article on the Bergen Record website. New Jersey’s nickname, “Medicine Chest of the World,” is backed up by the numbers. Our state is home to more than 3,000 life sciences establishments. Thirteen […]
On May 12, 2017 Congressman Tom MacArthur (R-NJ) and New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney toured the Operating Engineers Local 825 training center in Dayton, New Jersey. The event, hosted by We Work for Health NJ, the HealthCare Institute of New Jersey, Local 825 and PILMA, highlighted the rigorous training and apprenticeship programs that prepare members to build […]
At PILMA’s Trustees Meeting on February 8, 2017, the following two resolutions were passed in supporting the partnership’s mission of fostering innovation in the life sciences and the creation of high-quality union construction jobs. Resolution Concerning Transparency Legislation Resolution Concerning Illegal Importation of Biopharmaceuticals
Sam Lathem, the former president of the Delaware AFL-CIO, authored the following op-ed in the Delaware News Journal. Click here to view the article on the News Journal website. This election season has featured the usual speeches about the importance of American workers and expanding job opportunities. And as usual, the statements have lacked detail, […]
The members of PILMA approved the following statement concerning the unintended consequences of CMS’ proposed Medicare Part B demonstration and its effect on patient access to needed medications. Click here to view the statement.
Eli Lilly’s 2016 Vendor Conference was held at the IBEW Indianapolis Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Training Center.