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CAM Names Oleksinski Assistant Director of Labor Relations, Government Affairs

Oleksinski brings over 15 years of experience in Labor Relations to his new role.

Fri July 05, 2013 - Midwest Edition
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The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) recently announced the hire of James Oleksinski as its assistant director of labor relations and government affairs.
The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) recently announced the hire of James Oleksinski as its assistant director of labor relations and government affairs.

The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) recently announced the hire of James Oleksinski as its assistant director of labor relations and government affairs.

Oleksinski previously held the position of human resources director of the city of Madison Heights, where he represented the city in collective bargaining negotiations and grievance meetings. Oleksinski also has more than 15 years of experience with the Wayne County Labor Relations Division where he worked with a multitude of trade unions and developed strong professional relationships with the Michigan Building and Construction Trades Council. He began his career as a law clerk for the Wayne County Corporation Counsel in Detroit.

In his duties as assistant director of labor relations, Oleksinski will provide guidance to the more than 400 contractors participating in CAM’s Labor Program.

“We are excited to have Jim join the CAM staff, and continue to expand our leadership in labor relations to the Michigan construction industry,” CAM President Kevin Koehler said,

CAM’s labor relations services are available to all CAM Member contractors that are signatory to CAM-negotiated collective bargaining agreements and employing carpenters, laborers, operating engineers and cement mason tradesmen in southeast Michigan.




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