Participating Organizations

The following organizations share the mission of eliminating worker misclassification. 

The issue is not union vs. non-union workers.  It is the misclassification of workers by employers.

Ample Sheet Metal, Inc., Hanover, MD
Anron Sheet Metal, North Babylon, NY
Associated Steel Erectors of Chicago, Elmhurst, IL
Augusta Chapter, NECA, Augusta, GA
Bay Area SMACNA Chapter, Oakland, CA
Builders Exchange, Inc., Rochester, NY
East Central Ohio – SMACNA, Akron, OH
General Sheet Metal, Portland, OR
Georgia-SMACNA, INC., Lawrenceville, GA
Great Lakes Fabricators and Erectors Association, Detroit, MI
Harden Sheet Metal, Inc., Newburgh, NY
International Council of Employers of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers, Washington, DC
Ironworker Employers Association of Western Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, PA
Language Line Services, Monterey, CA
Lima Area Mechanical Contractors Association, Dayton, OH
Mechanical Contractors Association of America
Mechanical Contractors Association of Chicago, Burr Ridge, IL
Mechanical Contractors Association of Great Dayton, Dayton, OH
Metro Test and Balance, Capitol Heights, MD
National Finishing Contractors Association, Bethesda, MD
National Electrical Contractors Association, Bethesda, MD
National Roofing Contractors Association, Washington, DC
New England MCA/MSCA, Quincy, MA
Odom Construction Systems, Knoxville, KY
Oklahoma SMACNA, Oklahoma City, OK
Orange Empire SMACNA, Orange, CA
Precision Air Balance Co., Inc., Anaheim, CA
Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association, Inc., Chantilly, VA
Sheet Metal and Roofing Contractors Association of the Miami Valley Ohio, Dayton, OH
Sheet Metal Contractors of Iowa, West Cedar Rapids, IA
SMACNA Boston, Inc., Braintree, MA
SMACNA Cleveland, North Royalton, OH
SMACNA Columbia Chapter, Portland, OR 
SMACNA of Long Island, Inc., Melville, NY
SMACNA Rochester, Rochester, NY
SMACNA of San Diego, CA
SMACNA St. Louis, St. Louis, MO
Stromberg Metal Works, Inc., Beltsville, MD
The Construction Industry of Rochester Inc., Rochester, NY
The Association of Union Constructors, Arlington, VA
U.S. Sheet Metal, Saginaw, MI
Ventcon Inc., Allen Park, MI

More to come…

3 thoughts on “Participating Organizations

  1. So glad you are doing this. As a small business owner I do not think everyone had thought this issue very carefully. First off, it’s the IRS that determines status. Secondly you either pay or don’t pay Federal Taxes which is what this issue is all about. What is wrong with getting everyone on the same level to compete.

    I applaud your efforts.

  2. Ironically, mcaa.org is on the above list, and the other MCAA – mcaa.com or the messenger courier people, is incredibly brazen about the “IC model.”

  3. I am so thrilled you are doing this. In my industry well over 90 % of the business operate entirely, and in my opinion, illegally by using 1099 IC’s for their workforce…This industry is the spoken language intepreting industry, and many small to mid-sized language agencies are deploying unscreened, untested, and unsupervised interptreters to the bedside of NEP/LEP patients, at great risk to both the hospital, the interperter and the non-english speaking patient. Thank you for allowing me to voice my opinion, and I would be happy to share with you the absues many IC interperters face in the field, who obviously do not enjoy the same worker protections as agencys that provide bonafide employment

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