Blue-Collar Workers Law and Legal Definition
Blue-Collar Workers are those workers in private and public sector employment who engage in manual labor or the skilled trades. A blue-collar worker can be a member of the working class who normally performs manual labor and earns an hourly wage. Usually, a blue collar worker earns a lower pay.
A blue-collar worker may be skilled or unskilled person and may be working in the field of manufacturing, mining, building and construction trades, mechanical work, maintenance, repair and operations maintenance or technical installations in contrast to office and professional personnel.
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Related Legal Terms
- Benefit Period [Adjustment Assistance for Workers]
- Blue-Collar Crime
- Contingent Workers
- Craft Workers (Skilled)
- Dislocated Workers
- Division of Workers' Compensation
- Frontier Workers (Tax)
- International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Allied Workers
- Office of Workers' Compensation Programs (OWCP)
- Older Workers Benefit Protection Act