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www.agc.orgJuly 14, 2011 / Issue No. 4-11
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Labor Relations
AGC Testifies on Bill Requiring Level Field for Union and Open Shop Contractors in Federal Procurement
AGC Union Contractors to Meet with Basic Trades Leaders on Oct. 17; Registration Now Open
DOL and NLRB Propose Changes That Could Facilitate Union Organizing
Union Density Among Craft Workers Drops Modestly While Employment Drops Dramatically
Year-to-Date Collective Bargaining Yields Average 1st-Year Wage and Benefits Increase of 1.9%
FASB Continues to Head in Right Direction on Multi-employer Plan Disclosure Standards
Federal Contracting
AGC Submits Comments Opposing OFCCPs Proposed Regulations Regarding Veterans
Parent Company and Subsidiary Considered Single Entity Federal Contractor for OFCCP Purposes
Wage & Hour Division Responds to AGC's Request for More Davis-Bacon Compliance Assistance Resources
Debarment Becoming More Reality Than Threat for Federal Contractors
Immigration
ICE Issues I-9 Audit Notices to 1,000 Businesses Related to Critical Infrastructure
AGC Union Contractors to Meet with Basic Trades Leaders on Oct. 17; Registration Now Open
 

The Union Contractors Committee will hold two events for union contractors and their chapters on October 17, 2011, in Washington, DC:  an AGC-Basic Trades Forum and a Union Contractors Committee Meeting.  Chapter executives, chapter staff, and member leaders involved in collective bargaining or other labor relations matters for AGC union contractors are invited and encouraged to attend both meetings.

The AGC-Basic Trades Forum will be held in the morning, following an AGC-only breakfast and briefing for early arrivals.  All basic trade general presidents will be invited along with leaders of the Building and Construction Trades Department, AFL-CIO.  Like the AGC-Basic Trades Forum held in October 2007, the event will be an opportunity for union contractors to explain to the union leaders about the challenges they are currently facing and to discuss with the union leaders other matters of mutual interest.  The format will include brief introductory remarks followed by a moderated question-and-answer period, based on questions collected by union contractors in advance.  If time allows, questions will also be taken directly from the floor.

The Union Contractors Committee Meeting will take place in the afternoon, beginning with lunch.  The meeting will include a discussion of the AGC-Basic Trades Forum, a discussion of the results of an AGC collective bargaining chapter survey that will be conducted later this month, and a strategic planning session building on the survey results to discuss how AGC and the committee can best serve AGC’s union contractors today. 

The tentative schedule of events is as follows:

8:00 – 9:15 a.m.         Early Arrivals Breakfast & Briefing (AGC only)
9:15 – 9:30                  Break
9:30 – 11:30                AGC-Basic Trades Forum (with labor)
11:30 – 12:00 pm       Break
12:00 – 1:00                 Lunch & Debrief of Forum (AGC only)
1:00 – 3:00 pm             Union Contractors Committee Strategic Planning Session (AGC only)

All events will take place at The Madison hotel, located in downtown Washington at 1177 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005.  A small block of rooms has been saved for meeting attendees.  To reserve a room at the pre-tax group rate of $179 per night, call the hotel at (800) 424-8577 by September 27 and tell the reservations clerk that you are attending the Associated General Contractors of America event.  To reserve a room online, click here.  The hotel may require a deposit which is refundable if the reservation is cancelled at least 24 hours prior to scheduled arrival.

Meeting registration is available by fax or online.  Click here to register online.  Click here to download a form for registration by fax, which allows for easy registration of multiple attendees.  Please register by September 27. 

There is no registration fee for these events.

If you have registration questions, call Crystal at (703) 837-5437.  If you have other questions, contact Denise Gold at (703) 837-5326 or goldd@agc.org.
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