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www.agc.orgFebruary 19, 2010
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Labor Relations
Building Trades President to Speak at AGC Convention
Contractor Bound to PLA Breached Contract by Assigning Work to Carpenters
Enforcement
IRS to Randomly Audit 6,000 Employers
OFCCP to Focus on Affirmative Action Compliance; Construction Industry Targeted Yet Again
Professional Development
2010 HR Professionals Conference and Training & Development Conference to be Co-Located in Arizona
Other HR
Social Networking Policy May Protect Employers From Federal Trade Commission Violations
COBRA Subsidy Extended; New Notice Requirement
DOL Releases New Version of Employment Law Guide
Labor Relations
Building Trades President to Speak at AGC Convention
 

The shift in party power in Washington means that organized labor has more political clout today than it's had in years.  Whether you're a union contractor or not, you should care about what organized labor is up to.  Find out by attending a special session during AGC's Annual Convention in Orlando, FL, where Mark Ayers, president of the AFL-CIO's Building and Construction Trades Department, will talk about the building trades' current activities and agenda.  The session, "State of the Union:  a Forum with the Building Trades," will take place on March 17, at 9:30 a.m.  All convention registrants are invited to attend.

For more information about the Convention or to register, go to http://convention.agc.org/.
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