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Miss out on AGC’s Sick Leave Technical Assistance Seminars? We’ve got you covered!

AGC's Sick Leave AssistanceDid you miss out on AGC’s construction-specific seminars in Redmond and Eugene last week? If so, you missed a wonderful continental breakfast and some great information! But don’t worry, we’ve got all you need to know in a detailed, construction-specific, three-part technical assistance package that our members can utilize to ensure full compliance:

  1. An overview of the Statewide Mandated Sick Leave Law
  2. How to determine whether your company needs to comply with the law, including whether your collectively bargained agreement is one of the few that makes you exempt
  3. How to meet the specific requirements of the law, including tracking hours, accrual, front-loading, paid time off policies, usage, and other administrative challenges and tips

Interested in getting your hands on one? Email AGC Public Affairs Manager Sarah Coghill for your copy today!

Leora Coleman Fire, Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt
Leora Coleman Fire, Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt

The contents of the technical assistance package were covered in two construction-specific seminars hosted by AGC in Redmond, Ore. and Eugene, Ore. Both seminars were led by Employment Law Attorney Leora Coleman-Fire with Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, and included a presentation of the technical assistance package followed by a question and answer session. Leora Coleman-Fire has been tracking mandatory leave laws in the Pacific Northwest and actively participating in efforts to shape those laws since discussions about paid leave began. She has written extensively on the topic and has been interviewed by The Oregonian, Oregon Public Radio’s Think Out Loud, and the Portland Business Journal.

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