Because his career with the Laborers’ International Union of North America (LiUNA) began way back in 1990, obviously Dennis Martire has come a long way and gained a lot of experience. Dennis currently serves as Vice President and Mid-Atlantic Regional Manager for that veryprominent labor union. In March 2000, Dennis Martire was appointed to Assistant Regional Manager of the Mid-Atlantic Region and in 2002, he was elected Vice President and Regional Manager. That means Dennis has emerged as a leader on a large number of successful LiUNA initiatives for the better part of three decades so far.
Several years ago, Dennis Martire also worked tirelessly with Montgomery County, Maryland officials to pass a prevailing wage law to ensure that working families could count on fair wages from their employers. He did this because such wage laws also serve another purpose; to ensure that taxpayers receive a greater return on their public investments. Overwhelmingly, studies show that prevailing wage laws do not drive up costs for employers, but they do improve worker efficiency, which means public works projects are completed faster and more easily.
In addition to his normal duties at LiUNA, Dennis Martire also leads the union’s top-notch training program; a program that provides the continuing training its members need to stay relevant. This training assists them with performing their job-related tasks more competently and efficiently. That is why the training is available in a wide range of subjects and specialties. Helping workers advance in their careers makes Dennis Martire happy in part because it assures employers that union workers are more competent and efficient than other workers.