Frequently Asked Questions
When are my monthly dues do?
The monthly dues are due on the first day of the month, if you don’t pay by the last day of the second month you will be suspended on the 1st of the third month without notice by the International Union.
When I am eligible for insurance?
You must work 300 hours in three consecutive months. The fourth month is considered your enrollment period, and on the first day of the fifth month you become eligible for insurance.
As an Apprentice when am I eligible for insurance?
As an Apprentice you must work 300 hours in three consecutive months. The fourth month is considered your enrollment period, and the first day of the fifth month you become eligible for insurance. An apprentice is only eligible for medical, vision, and prescription. You do not receive dental coverage until you become a Journeymen Laborer or work 4,000 hours.
Can I add my mother or father to my insurance?
No, a member can only add immediate Family. Immediate family is considered children and husband or wife.
Can I add my live-in girlfriend/common law marriage or live-in boyfriend to my insurance?
No, you cannot add your live-in girlfriend or live-in boyfriend, In order for a member to add on Spouse and dependents you must provide an Original State Marriage Certificate.
Can I add my stepchild to my insurance?
Yes, If you want to add a step child you must fill out a special form called “Declaration Concerning Step Child”
What are the Union Holidays?
The following holidays shall be observed on the date designated by Federal Law:
New Year's Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, the day after Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
If any of the above holidays should fall on Sunday, the Monday following shall be considered a legal holiday. If Christmas or New Year's should fall on Saturday, the Friday preceding shall be considered a legal holiday. Work on such days shall be paid for at the holiday overtime rate provided herein. No work shall be performed on Labor Day Except in case of extreme urgency when life or property is in imminent danger.