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Meet the Officers

The members of Laborers' Local 341 elected the officers in 2013. Here is a brief introduction and thank you from each.


Now Accepting Apprenticeship Applications!

The Alaska Laborers Training School is now accepting application for the upcoming interviews. Deadline is March 31, 2014. Please call the Training School at (907) 345-3853 for more information.


Training School Seeks Office Manager

The Alaska Laborers Training School is a busy training facility that provides construction training throughout Alaska with campuses in Anchorage and Fairbanks, as well as other outreach training as needed. This dynamic training facility is looking for the right person to assist in managing the offices and ensuring accurate records and bookkeeping processes are in place. This position includes accountability for managing budgets and financial records, organizing record-keeping to deliver a standard of excellence. This position will support and supervise office personnel, oversee business office processes, grant reporting and support the Training Director.


2013-2014 Training Schedule

The 2013-2014 Training Schedule has been published and is available for download.  If you are eligible for travel, or think you are eligible for travel, you must download, complete, and submit the Travel Authorization form prior to taking any classes. 


Training Director Les Lauinger Wins Award

The Alaska Workforce Investment Board has named Leslie Lauinger Post-Secondary Instructor-Administrator of the Year for significantly improving and promoting career and technical education.



Joey Merrick - Business Manager / Secretary Treasurer of Laborers' Local 341.


Ron McPheters - President of Laborers' Local 341

Say No to Ordinance 37!
Here's a message from your friends and neighbors giving an example of how outsourcing might impact Anchorage services if Ordinance 37 doesn't get reversed.

Unions set the standards for wages and benefits that even non-union employers follow.

--“a high school graduate whose workplace is not unionized but whose industry is 25% unionized is paid 5% more than similar workers in less unionized industries.”

Perhaps even more importantly, the hard work of Unions over the years has created an environment in which workers can expect certain protections on the job. The concepts of minimum wage, overtime pay, unemployment insurance, workers’ compensation, family medical leave for the care of newborns or sick family members, and protections for basic civil rights have come about largely thru the tireless efforts of Labor Unions. Unions play a vital role in enforcing these labor protection laws as well. The development of grievance procedures which provides “due process” in the workplace, is used by nonunion employers, but is a tried and true Union idea.

Unions, which are non profit organizations, support our community thru charitable activities, such as United Way campaigns and sponsoring youth sports teams. Unions promote education thru apprenticeship programs, scholarships, and re-imbursement for continuing education.

If there is a way to improve the lives of our members we want to be involved!

Laborers Local 341 -> The Labor Union working for Anchorage, Alaska - Alaska Laborers Union. The Alaska Labor Union that is continuing to provide training, fair pay, fair working conditions, workers rights to the Alaskan Laborer.

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