Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgJuly 17, 2012 / Issue No. 4-12
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Wages and Benefits
Supreme Court Rules on Healthcare Law
Distributing Affordable Care Act Insurance Rebates to Employees
Labor Department Updates Health Benefits E-Laws Advisor
Year-to-Date Collective Bargaining Yields Average 1st-Year Wage and Benefits Increase of 2.3%
Professional Development
Donít Miss July 19 Webinar on Subcontractor Training & Flowdown Requirements
Earn HRCI Credits at AGCís Co-Located HR and Training Conferences
Federal Contracting
AGC Urges Labor Department to Reconsider OFCCP-Proposed Rules
AGC Recommends Changes to Form I-9
Earn HRCI Credits at AGCís Co-Located HR and Training Conferences

Registration is now open for AGC’s 2012 HR Professionals Conference and Training, Education & Development (TED) Conference where attendees can earn up to 25.25 recertification credits toward PHR or SPHR recertification from the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).  The conferences will be co-located in San Antonio, Texas, with the TED Conference beginning on the morning of Monday, Oct. 15, lasting until midday on Oct. 16, and the HR Professionals Conference beginning on the morning of Oct. 16, and concluding at noon on Oct. 17. There will be one joint session on the morning of Oct.16, with a keynote presentation by Joe Gerstandt on Putting Authenticity, Integrity and Daring to Work.

Both Conferences offer unique opportunities for HR, training and workforce development professionals in the construction industry.  Sessions for the HR Professionals Conference address issues related to background checks and pre-employment screening, employment law changes that affect construction, making 360 evaluations work, thriving in an HR department of one, managing conflict, conducting a comprehensive self-audit, and more.  Attendees of the HR Professionals Conference will earn 11 HRCI recertification credits. 

The TED Conference will offer sessions on diagnosing workplace performance problems, recruiting the construction industry’s future workforce, using social media to extend the classroom to the field, developing effective job aids, and more.  Attendees of the TED Conference will earn 8.25 recertification credits.

Back by popular demand is the Federal Construction HR Workshop, which will be held the afternoon of October 17 and the morning of October 18, directly after the HR Professionals Conference. This workshop is designed to help staff responsible for compliance on federal and federally assisted projects by providing practical information and best-practice advice from experts and peers experienced in the area. Attendees of this workshop will earn 7.5 HRCI recertification credits.

Find complete session descriptions, schedule, registration, and hotel information on AGC’s web pages.

Registration rates increase Sept. 1, so register today!

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