Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgJune 5, 2014 / Issue No. 3-14
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On the Inside
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
Workforce Development
Strategies for Recruiting Craft Workers to be Addressed in Free June 16 Web Meeting
 

If your firm is already experiencing challenges in finding craft workers or is anticipating challenges in the future, join AGC of America’s Open Shop Committee, HR Forum, and Training, Education & Development Forum for a web meeting on June 16 at 2:00 p.m. EDT featuring a presentation on “Best Practices in Recruiting Craft Workers.” Ron Kubitz, Recruiting Manager for Brayman Construction, will share strategies he has found effective in meeting his company’s immediate needs for craft workers as well as those useful for developing a pipeline of workers for future needs. Kubitz will address how to best use mobile technology, website language, employee referral incentives, job fairs, mentoring, and more. A roundtable discussion will follow, offering you and your fellow AGC members a chance to share your own experiences and questions. The program will also include an update on labor and employment legal developments from AGC staff.

The web meeting is open to all AGC members and chapter staff regardless of committee or forum membership. There is no cost to participate, but you must register to receive log-in and call-in information, which will be sent to all registrants just 1-2 business days prior to the web meeting. Both Internet and phone access are needed for full participation.

Click here to register.

For more info, please contact Denise Gold, Associate General Counsel, at goldd@agc.org or (703) 837-5326.


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