Since 1929, Laborers Local 185 has played an essential role in Alameda County. Currently, it stands for approximately 4300 men and women who perform all kinds of tasks necessary to build the county it serves.
The main areas of work are to provide dispatch services, help members with employment-related disputes, represent members during contract negotiations, help members learn skills related to the labor trades, encourage members to get involved in the community, and promote the trades.
Local 304 offers its members a variety of training programs to make sure that everyone is capable of doing work of the highest caliber. They include LIUNA Training and Education Fund, NCDCL Scholarship, Northern California Laborers’ Training & Apprenticeship, and others.
To learn more about Laborers’ Local 304 and its benefits programs, please, visit their website laborers304.org
HCM TradeSeal support for Laborers’ Local 304:
- Auto-calculation of Laborers’ Local 304 Journeyman and/or Apprentice rates
- Calculation and accounting support for Laborers’ Local 304 union benefits
- Automatic union reports for Laborers’ Local 304
- Union audit support for Laborers’ Local 304
- Accurate Certified Payroll reporting for Laborers’ Local 304 work classes
How to Add Laborers’ Local 304 to TradeSeal
This Local's unique TradeSeal identifier is: LiUNA 304
Go to HCM TradeSeal > Data Manager and choose "Benefits, Deductions and Fringes" to add LiUNA 304 fringe benefit calculations and automatic remittance reporting.
Learn more about HCM TradeSeal by watching a brief overview video. HCM TradeSeal can automatically calculate fringe benefits and generate remittance reports for most union locals.