Working Together Is Key to Addressing COVID-19 Labor-Management Issues

April 10, 2020
In a video message, UA General President Mark McManus and MCAA President Brian Helm discuss how cooperation, communication and common sense are fueling joint efforts to adapt to new working conditions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The two organizations are working together and innovating to address changing conditions while at the same time protecting our workforce and our industry’s future.

In a video message, UA General President Mark McManus and MCAA President Brian Helm discuss how cooperation, communication and common sense are fueling joint efforts to adapt to new working conditions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The two organizations are working together and innovating to address changing conditions while at the same time protecting our workforce and our industry’s future.

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Advance Air & Heat Company, Inc. a @NewEnglandMCA member, donated service technician time and expertise, to prepare two abandoned nursing facilities for COVID-19 patients in the city of New Bedford, MA.

https://www.mcaa.org/news/advance-air-heat-company-inc-prepares-two-abandoned-medical-facilities-for-covid-19-patient-overflow/

With many returning to work, employers must screen their workers regularly. Since body temperature screenings can get complicated, Attorney Brad Hammock will walk employers through the legal traps and make recommendations. Register today at http://ow.ly/vcFe50zLwXN

Among the many changes brought about by COVID-19 is the normalization of working from home. Join us on Friday, May 29th for the very first Coffee with Koontz and guest, Robert Beck from @jwdanforth! Register today! http://ow.ly/ttLq50zQMJW

Two temporary COVID-19 field hospitals: Chicago's McCormick Place Convention Center and Yale University's Payne Whitney Gym were provided much needed touch-free commercial restroom products by @Sloan_Valve.

https://www.mcaa.org/news/sloan-provides-touch-free-fixtures-for-temporary-field-hospitals-in-fight-against-covid-19/

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