Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgJune 5, 2014 / Issue No. 3-14
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Employee Benefits
ACA Regulatory Updates Prompt New AGC Webinar June 24
New COBRA Notices Add Affordable Care Act Info
Workforce Development
Strategies for Recruiting Craft Workers to be Addressed in Free June 16 Web Meeting
Federal Contracting
Hiring Benchmark Now 7.2 Percent for OFCCP’s New VEVRAA Regulations
OFCCP Provides 503 Self-ID Form in Spanish, Word Formats
Federal Contractors Face New Compensation Disclosure Requirements
AGC Comments on Proposal to Change VETS-100 and VETS-100A Forms
Labor Law
Confidentiality Policy Barring Discussion of Cost and Personnel Information Violates NLRA
OSHA to Refer Stale Whistleblower Claims to NLRB
Employment Law
Construction Company to Pay DOL $600,000 for Misclassified Workers Provided By Labor Contractor
AGC Webinar Discusses on Legalized Marijuana in Construction
Labor & HR Education
Registration Open for Construction HR & Training Professionals Conference
Hot Topics in Construction Labor and Employment Law Covered at AGC Labor and Employment Law Council’s Annual Symposium
Employee Benefits
ACA Regulatory Updates Prompt New AGC Webinar June 24
 

There’s no question that compliance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will be multifaceted and cumbersome, and U.S. Department of Labor continues to issue regulations that will govern the complex law. These regulations will likely impact the bottom line of every covered construction company. AGC’s webinar, Affordable Care Act Update for Construction Employers, will provide employers with the latest and greatest information regarding the ACA, how it will impact construction companies, and how construction companies should prepare. The webinar will be held on June 24 from 2:00-3:30 PM EDT and is just $79 for AGC members and $99 for non-members.

Topics to be covered during the webinar include but are not limited to:

  • Clarifications of the employer mandate requirements of the ACA;
  • Details of the transition relief provided by the employer mandate final regulations;
  • Updates and initiatives involving the use of seasonal workers as they relate to ACA compliance;
  • Impact on employers that contribute to multiemployer health plans;
  • Details of new employer reporting requirements; and
  • Outcome of final regulations for 90-day waiting period limitations.

Last year, attorneys Jack Widman and Mark Levengood of Susanin Widman & Brennan presented the ACA’s compliance requirements for construction employers during AGC’s three-part webinar series. The three-part series provided details of the employer mandate requirements including who is a covered employer, determining large employer status, and more. Widman and Levengood will be returning to provide an update on the information that was provided during that webinar, now that final regulations have been issued. As a bonus, all registrants will receive complimentary on-demand access to the three-part series to watch prior to attending the update webinar.

In addition to regulatory updates, much is occurring with regard to the use of seasonal workers and the ACA – a topic specifically of interest to construction employers. During the webinar, James Young, AGC’s Director of Congressional Relations, will share specifics of the legislative activity that is taking place with regard to seasonal workers and the ACA.

For more information or to register, visit the AGC website.


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