Union Rights to Access Jobsites Addressed in AGCís First Open Shop Web Meeting
AGC of America held an Open Shop Committee Web Meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 17. It is the first of what is expected to be quarterly web meetings open and free to all interested AGC members and chapter staff, regardless of committee membership.
The meeting featured a “Quick Learn” presentation by attorney Rick Samson of Ogletree Deakins about the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) rules concerning union representatives’ rights to access jobsites. It also featured a report by AGC Associate General Counsel Denise Gold on legal and labor relations developments, such as updates on Davis-Bacon enforcement, affirmative action regulations, the “persuader rule,” NLRB appointments, and project labor agreements.
To listen to an audio recording of the meeting or to view Mr. Samson’s slides, visit AGC’s Labor & HR Topical Resources page, and select “Unions/NLRA” from the first pull-down menu and “Union Access to Jobsite” from the second.
The next web meeting has not yet been scheduled but will be announced on the Open Shop e-Forum and in various AGC newsletters when set.
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