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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
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
Professional Development
2010 HR Professionals Conference and Training & Development Conference to be Co-Located in Arizona

Planning is under way for two of AGC's most sought-after annual conferences, the HR Professionals Conference and the Training & Development Conference.  For 2010, the conferences will be co-located in Scottsdale, Arizona, October 18-20, with separate tracks for each conference.

The conferences offer unique opportunities for HR, training, and workforce development professionals in the construction industry.  The Training and Development Conference (T&D) will offer sessions related to the most cutting-edge techniques currently in the industry and envisioned for the future.  Offering a combination of roundtable sessions and expert speakers, the HR Professionals Conference will help HR professionals remain up to date and compliant with employment laws and best practices.

Last year, the conferences were held concurrently with many overlapping sessions.  This year, the conferences will have one full day of sessions each, plus one joint plenary session, along with several opportunities for participants at both conferences to network socially.  This adjustment will allow participants to attend each or both conferences, without having to choose between HR and T&D sessions.  As many budgets are still financially strained, a discount will be available for those who choose to attend both conferences.

Mark your calendars now and stay tuned for more details.  We look forward to seeing you in Scottsdale!
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