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    Labor Organizations in Portland

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    Business Listing   BCTGM Local 334 - Portland, ME - Phone: (207) 797-8397

    Business Listing   Mail Handlers Union - Portland, ME - Phone: (207) 773-4560

    Business Listing   Portland Newspaper Guild-Local 128 - Portland, ME - Phone: (207) 772-1202

    Business Listing   The Bennett Law Firm, P.A. - Portland, ME - Phone: (207) 773-4775

    Business Listing   University of Maine Part-Time Faculty Association - Portland, ME - Phone: (207) 773-4539

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    Helpful Definition for: Labor Organizations

    Labor organizations in Portland are specific man-power organizations that can provide a particular company or another organization on lien man-power or labor on lien. These are the middle organizations establishing a relationship or contact between men who form the basis of a production company, i.e. the Laborers and its management. Generally all the industrial units have their own Labor organizations. These organizations look after the issues that concern a laborer. They take significant efforts to make sure that a worker is paid off according to his services. They also help the management convey any kind of information or instruction to the workers.

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