Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgOctober 14, 2010 / Issue No. 5-10
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Labor Relations
Year-to-Date Collective Bargaining Results in Low and No Increases in Wages and Fringe Benefits
NLRB Issues Unfavorable Decisions Finding Union Bannering Lawful
Open-Shop Contractors' Applicant Referral Program Ruled Unlawful
AGC Continues to Educate Federal Agencies About the Perils of Mandating PLAs
Employment Law
Employers Using E-Verify Must Now Match Passport Photos with Government Photos
AGC Submits Comments on Affirmative Action Obligations Related to Individuals with Disabilities
HR Professional Development
Limited Space Still Available for Next Week's HR Professionals and Training & Development Conferences
AGC Debuts NEW Davis-Bacon Compliance Manual with Two-Day Compliance Webinar
HR Professional Development
Limited Space Still Available for Next Week's HR Professionals and Training & Development Conferences
 

AGC's 9th Annual HR Professionals Conference and 4th Annual Training & Development (T&D) Conference will take place October 18-20, 2010, at the Doubletree Paradise Valley Resort in Scottsdale, Ariz.  Training, development and human resource professionals will gather to network and earn valuable continuing education credits toward their respective designations. 

Kelly S. Riggs of Vmax Performance Group will address both groups in a joint keynote session on October 19, where he will define the three keys to powerful coaching and teach HR and training professionals how to identify employees at every talent level who will benefit from effective coaching.  In addition to the joint keynote session, HR Professionals Conference attendees will participate in sessions 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.  Attendees of the T&D Conference will participate in sessions on generational diversity, linking performance management to employee learning, implementing project team training, building partnerships with academic institutions, giving high-impact presentations, and more.  

As an authorized provider of continuing education credits, AGC is providing the opportunity for participants who successfully complete the T&D Conference program to receive 0.8 IACET CEUs and/or 7.25 recertification credits towards PHR, SPHR or GPHR recertification from the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI), and participants who successfully complete the HR Professionals Conference program will receive 0.9 IACET CEUs and/or 9.0 recertification credits towards PHR, SPHR or GPHR recertification from HRCI.  Attendees of both conferences will receive a maximum of 1.7 IACET CEUs and /or 16.25 HRCI recertification credits. 

With expert speakers providing compliance-related guidance for HR professionals and interactive sessions that are guaranteed to help T&D professionals excel and solve common challenges, these conferences allow participants to maximize certification credits in a single location over the span of just a few days.

There are still a few spaces available for those who wish to attend.  For registration and hotel information, contact Tamika Carter at cartert@agc.org or (703) 837-5382.  For detailed information on speakers and conference sessions, visit www.agc.org/hr_td.
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