August 18, 2004 / Issue No. 2-04
 
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EDITOR’S NOTE
Human Resource & Labor News Returns with New Look!
MIDYEAR MEETING
McCarron Slated to Explain Consolidations
Wage-Hour Administrator to Discuss the Davis-Bacon Survey Process
Generation Expert to Talk About Employing “Millennials”
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
HR Professionals Mingle and Learn at AGC’s HR Networking Forum
AGC Labor Lawyers Hold 20th Annual Symposium
LABOR-MANAGEMENT COOPERATION
AGC Supports Tripartite Initiative’s Recommendations for Action
AGC WEB SITE
How to Find Labor & HR Information on AGC's New Web Site
FEDERAL REGULATIONS
New Overtime Regulations Take Effect Aug. 23
Federal Contractors Must Post Beck Notice
AGC Partners with Labor Department on Compliance Assistance
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
Newly Negotiated Wage-and-Fringe Rates Down Slightly From Last Year
BENEFIT FUNDS
Agreement Not Signed by Authorized Company Official Does Not Obligate Contractor to Make Benefit Fund Contributions
Contractor with Overlapping Jurisdictional Clauses Must Pay Benefits Twice
Segal Company Reports on Multiemployer Pension Funding Levels and Investment Performance
WORKPLACE INVESTIGATIONS
NLRB Reverses Latest Grant of Representation Rights to Nonunion Employees
JURISDICTIONAL DISPUTES
NLRB’s 10(k) Award Trumps Conflicting Arbitration Award
FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES
Diabetic Forklift Driver Denied Claim Under ADA

  Human Resource & Labor News Returns with New Look!
After a brief hiatus, AGC’s electronic Human Resource & Labor News is being published again – now with a whole new look.

Subscribers will continue to receive instant delivery via e-mail.  In many ways, the new version is superior to the old version and makes it even easier for AGC members to keep up with labor and HR news and legal developments that are most important to construction contractors.  The new table of contents is interactive, allowing readers to click straight to articles of particular interest.  Stories also have hypertext links to further information.  In addition, readers can now easily e-mail interesting articles to colleagues, update subscriber information, and search back issues.  The new print feature also allows readers to easily print out a single article or an entire issue. The Human Resource & Labor News remains a powerful information resource that is free and exclusive to AGC members and chapter staff. I hope that you like the new format and find the content valuable.

Sincerely,

Denise S. Gold
Editor, Human Resource & Labor News
Associate General Counsel, Labor & Employment Law
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