Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgJune 15, 2010 / Issue No. 3-10
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Labor Relations
New Contract Clause and Posting Requirement for Federal Contractors
Court Upholds Large Arbitration Award for Unionís Breach of Most-Favored Nation Clause
Compliance & Enforcement
New Health Care Law Requires Accommodations for Nursing Mothers; May Pose Challenge for Construction Industry
IRS Asks Employers to Answer 401 (k) Questionnaire; Employers Should Proceed With Caution
DOL Updates Web-based Compliance Tool to Help Employers Understand and Comply with Laws
AGC Represents Contractors at Wage and Hour Division Stakeholder Forum
Number of Green-Zone Multiemployer Pension Plans Up From 2009 but Still Down From 2008
Hiring & Firing
IRS Releases Updated HIRE Act FAQs and Revised W-2 & W-3 Forms for Employers
Professional Development
Registration Open for HR Professionals Conference and Training and Development Conference
AGC Provides Training to Help Contractors Avoid Worker Misclassification Liability
Professional Development
Registration Open for HR Professionals Conference and Training and Development Conference

Registration is now open for AGC's 2010 HR Professionals Conference and Training & Development (T&D) Conference.   For 2010, the conferences will be co-located in Scottsdale, Arizona, with the T&D Conference beginning on the morning of October 18, lasting through mid-day on October 19, and the HR Professionals Conference beginning on the morning of October 19, and concluding at noon on October 20. There will be one joint session on the morning of October 19.

Each conference offers unique opportunities for HR, training and workforce development professionals in the construction industry.  Sessions for the HR Professionals Conference address issues related to drug testing and substance abuse management, conducting workplace investigations, analyzing the risks and benefits of modern technology in the workplace, using performance management to enhance company and individual growth, utilizing a variety of compensation best-practices in a rebounding economy, and more. 

The T&D Conference will offer sessions on benefiting from the challenges of generational diversity, linking performance management to employee learning, implementing project team training, building partnerships with academic institutions, giving high-impact presentations, and more. 

See full session descriptions, schedule, registration, and hotel information at

Don't miss out on the early-bird discount; register online today.

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