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Carpenters Bill of Rights
Carpenters' Bill of Rights and Responsibilities
The Carpenters' Bill of Rights and Responsibilities are simple direct, and fair.
Our Bill of Rights says: Here's what we believe. Here's what we stand for. Here are the basic rights of every working carpenter–union and non-union.
But with rights come responsibilities–and no one knows that better than we do. We know that it is the responsibility of every carpenter to provide a good day's work and to produce a craftsman's product in return

All working people have a right to
A good job with benefits
A living wage that can support a family
Security and dignity in work and retirement
A safe and secure workplace
Education and training to reach our full potential
With rights come responsibilities
Being productive, efficient workers
Producing work of the highest quality - work that we stand behind
Improving our communities
Helping fellow workers achieve safety and security in the workplace
Being active citizens and informed voters

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