Last year federal government passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) which required a majority of employers to provide emergency paid sick and/or family and medical leave benefits related
Author: Karla Holland
The following OSHA article was re-published in HR Advantage, a publication by HR Answers, AGC’s human resources partner, and is a good reminder for employers who have employees working outside
The Oregon Department of Revenue and the Corporate Activity Tax team want to provide you with a list of key dates and the location of CAT forms, which are now
James “Jim” Alton Elting November 3, 1936–January 10, 2021 With deep sadness we share that on Sunday, January 10, 2021, Jim Elting, loving husband and father of seven children, passed
Samuel ‘Sam’ Compton Hutchinson, Jr. 77, transitioned in his sleep on January 8, 2021. He was born on April 18, 1943 to Samuel and Evelyn Hutchinson in St. Louis, Missouri.
Admired and respected, James Wildish will be remembered as a leader in the aggregate and construction industries. His passing on January 24 at age 89 touches many. He became the
The AGC of America Board of Directors Meeting was held on January 12–13. The board has full authority to define policy governing its own conduct and the affairs of AGCA,
Over the past few weeks, AGC of America members have had many questions about the COVID-19 vaccine. In response to the present situation regarding the Coronavirus pandemic and the availability
In recognition of International Day of Women and Girls in Science, the College of Engineering at Oregon State University invites you to celebrate the achievements of our faculty and alumnae.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued an Order on January 29, 2021, requiring the public to wear face masks while on conveyances and in transportation hubs. The