Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgJanuary 11, 2018 / Issue No. 01-18
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Labor Relations
December Brought Significant Changes in NLRB Positions and Composition, Including AGC-Supported Reversal of Joint-Employer Ruling
Building Trades Leader to Speak at AGC Convention Next Month
Wage and Hour
DOL Drops Six-Factor Unpaid Intern Test
DOL Reissues 17 Wage and Hour Opinion Letters
Pay and Benefits
Construction Support Staff Wages Expected to Rise by 3.3% This Year
DOL Proposes New Rules Expanding Association Health Plan Options
Building Trades Leader to Speak at AGC Convention Next Month
 

AGC of America’s 99th Annual AGC Convention in New Orleans, LA, will feature a session called “State of the (Building Trade) Unions” where the Brent Booker, secretary-treasurer of North America’s Building Trade Unions, will speak.  The session is scheduled for Monday, Feb. 26, 3:00-4:30 p.m.  All Convention registrants are invited to attend.  While organized labor represents a minority of workers in construction, its actions have a significant impact on the industry and on the nation in general, making this session of interest to both union and nonunion contractors and chapters alike. 

Members of AGC’s Union Contractors Committee and chapter staff are also encouraged to attend an open meeting of the Union Contractors Steering Committee to be held on Tuesday, Feb. 27, 9:00-10:00 a.m.  The meeting will include a roundtable discussion of current union contractor activities and concerns. 

Visit convention.agc.org for more information about the Convention and the many reasons to attend.
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