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Greg Lalevee

Business Manager

Local 825

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Local 825

65 Springfield Ave. 2Nd Floor

Springfield, New Jersey,07081

United States

Company Description

Local 825 has more than 6,500 members throughout the state of New Jersey and the lower counties of New York state. Our members operate heavy equipment such as cranes, bulldozers, front-end loaders, backhoes and graders....more

Background Information

Employment History

Business Manager

IUOE Local 25


Business Representative

IUOE Local 25


Affiliations

Community Health Charities

Board Member


New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund

Vice Chairman


Transportation Trust Fund Authority

Member for the State's Transporation Construction Funding


Web References(112 Total References)


Our Executive Board Members – IUOE Local 825

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Greg Lalevee


CCT News - MAIN SITE -General News

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Everybody, let's level the playing field."Greg Lalevee, chairman of the Engineers Labor-Employer Cooperative and business manager for the Springfield-based International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 825, said that, in addition to "cheating the state," the contractors who knowingly hire misclassified workers are making it harder on those that choose to play by the rules."They can't compete because there's people who are doing everything they can to skirt the law," Lalevee said.# # #The biggest loser in all of this may not even be the state, trade union officials say.Those officials point to the misclassified workers themselves.
Without the protections of workers' compensation laws and anything resembling adequate benefits, the wear and tear of physical labor, both in the short term and especially over a long period of time, can be potentially devastating for misclassified workers."They're absolutely being exploited," Sproule said.Without placing blame on misclassified workers, trade union officials say that they want them to be able to "come out from the shadows" and participate legally in the workforce.But with an ever-evolving national discourse on the status of immigration laws that has become increasingly volatile since President Donald Trump's administration came into office in January, industry officials and analysts are largely unsure of how to proceed."People are afraid to speak up," says Lou Kimmel, director of New Labor, a New Brunswick-based organizing and advocacy group for immigrant workers.But that doesn't mean the workers are at fault for not speaking up or coming out against unfair labor practices, he added."Systems are in place and people respond to the system," said Kimmel.Echoing the shared sentiment of many trade union officials, Regina added that the purpose of the report was not to single out the misclassified worker, but rather the policies, or lack thereof, that allow the practice to continue."If we educate the public they will realize that we're not trying to hurt a certain workforce," Regina said.


elec825.org

Greg Lalevee
ELEC Chairman Greg Lalevee, ELEC Chairman ELEC Chairman Greg Lalevee is the Business Manager of IUOE Local 825 and also serves as a Vice President of the IUOE's General Executive Board. A second-generation operating engineer, he worked as a crane operator from 1984 through 2000 when he became Local 825's first organizer. In 2010 he was appointed by Gov.


Board of Directors

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Gregory Lalevee, Board Member
Local Union 825


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GREG LALEVEE
BUSINESS MANAGER GLALEVEE@IUOE825.ORG


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