Archive for December, 2020

Happy Holidays from the NYCDCC

Season’s greetings Brothers and Sisters, Over the course of the last year, one thing is for certain – unions matter. The NYC Carpenters Union matters. We mattered during the pandemic when our essential workers answered the call to build out health facilities to care for the sick. We mattered during the return to work when […] Read More…

January 2021 Pension Payments to be Transmitted January 4th Due to Bank Holiday

Due to New Year’s Day (Friday, January 1, 2021) being an official bank holiday, monthly pension payments will not be transmitted by the bank until the following business day (Monday, January 4, 2021). We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have questions regarding your pension payment, you can contact our Member Services […] Read More…

Mental Health During the Holidays

While the joyful celebrations with family and friends this holiday season, this year COVID-19 and physical distancing have added a new type of stress to the season. Please remember to reach out and ask for help if you are struggling. To maintain good mental health here are some tips to follow this holiday season: Stay […] Read More…

EEOC Survey Responses Needed

In compliance with U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) requirements, the New York City & Vicinity District Council of Carpenters is asking you to fill out a survey asking about your race/ethnicity and gender. The EEOC states that survey replies returned anonymously are not acceptable, so please fill out the entire survey. But know that […] Read More…