Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgJuly 25, 2013 / Issue No. 4-13
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On the Inside
Regulations & Enforcement
New Secretary of Labor Confirmed; Confirmation of New NLRB Members Expected Soon
AGC Webinar Addresses Changes to Form I-9 and General Immigration Compliance
New OSHA Enforcement Focuses on Temporary Workers
HR Education & Networking
Why Should You Attend AGC’s 2013 Construction HR and Training Professionals Conference?
Labor Law & Labor Relations
Another Circuit Court Strikes Down AGC-Opposed NLRB Posting Rule
Court Finds NLRB Denied Contractor Association Due Process in Striking Down Applicant and Employee Referral Programs
Year-to-Date Collective Bargaining Settlements Yield First-Year Increase of 2.2 Percent
Labor Supply
AGC Wants to Know Whether You’re Facing Worker Shortages
Employee Benefits
AGC-Supported Efforts Lead to Delay of Affordable Care Act’s Employer Mandate
Employers Should Avoid Misclassifying Employees as Independent Contractors to Gain ACA Tax Credits
Employers Impacted by U.S. Supreme Court DOMA Ruling
Corporate Culture & Communications
AGC Webinar Shares Best Practices for Engaging Hispanic Workers in Construction
HR Education & Networking
Why Should You Attend AGC’s 2013 Construction HR and Training Professionals Conference?
 

In the video below, Ann Michalski, HR Director for AGC member-company Joseph B. Fay Company, talks about AGC’s Construction HR and Training Professionals Conference. She describes her experiences and explains why you should attend this year’s event in Chicago, Ill.


With construction companies working with fewer staff and tighter budgets, AGC has created a single Construction HR and Training Professionals Conference that will provide two full days of sessions for HR and for training professionals. The conference will continue to offer unique opportunities for HR, training, education, and workforce development professionals in the construction industry. Sessions for training professionals will cover the most cutting-edge techniques in training and development currently in use and envisioned for the future in the industry. The HR sessions will help HR professionals in the industry remain up to date and compliant with employment laws and best practices. Some sessions will interest both HR and training professionals alike. Walk away from this year’s conference with practical skills that you can begin to implement immediately. Plus, take away insights from colleagues who face the same challenges you see every day. Learn more and register here.


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