Local 11 Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers represents workers rights in all segments of the roofing and waterproofing industry. Promoting skilled craftsmen and women through Apprenticeship Training.
Local 11 members are trained in the application of the latest roofing and waterproofing products.
Roofers Local 11 is at the forefront of design and installation of environmental friendly Garden Roofs & Green Roofing Systems.
Union meetings are on the second Wednesday of every month at 7PM
Apprenticeship Training Center
7045 Joliet Road
Indian Head Park, Illinois
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YOU ARE THE UNION!
The Executive Board of Local 11 would like to announce that the Roofer's International Union and the United Association have formed an affiliation with each other.
This affiliation will help create a stronger presence for the Roofer's and Waterproofers Union in the future.
Chicago Roofers Charity
Join us as we serve the needs of the innocent children who fight an ongoing battle against pediatric cancer and the devastating toll it takes on them and their families. Support us as we serve our Illinois veterans who defended their nation overseas, but the war continues for them when they return home. PTSD, long-term medical conditions, and the struggle for gainful employment and basic necessity of shelter.
If you're interested in a career in roofing, check out our training center!
Chicago Roofers Joint Apprenticeship & Training Program
7045 Joliet Road
Indian Head Park, Illinois 60525
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OUR ADDRESS IS:
2021 SWIFT DRIVE, SUITE A
OAK BROOK, IL 60523
FAX (708) 345-0981
Right to Work (for less)
False Claims, False Promises: Why “Right to Work” Is Wrong for Everyone
Wrong for workers
•These laws drive down wages for all workers, including non-union members, women, and people of color.
Workers living in right-to-work states earn about $1,500 less per year than workers in states without these laws. The wage penalty is even higher for women and workers of color.
•Workers in right-to-work states are less likely to have health insurance.
The rate of employer-sponsored health insurance for workers in right-to-work states is 2.6 percentage points lower than in states without these restrictions.
•Right to work makes workplaces more dangerous.
According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the rate of workplace deaths is higher in right-to-work states.
President Trump's first-year average job approval rating was at least 10 percentage points lower than that of any of his predecessors, according to Gallup.
The Trump administration declares war on public sector unions.
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United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers
2021 Swift Drive Suite A, Oak Brook, IL, 60523