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NOVEMBER 6, 2019

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Rigging & signaling training coming to Yakima, Wenatchee
We have scheduled two Rigging and Signaling Training sessions coming up next week in both Yakima and Wenatchee. Our Yakima training is on Tuesday, November 12, and Wenatchee will be on Friday, November 15. Click the desired link for further information.
See you at our next Quarterly Safety Forums
Our quarterly Safety Forums are now all set for November. As inclement weather approaches, make sure you are up-to-date on winter safety. Our Wenatchee forum is set for Tuesday, Nov. 19, and comes to Yakima on Wednesday, Nov. 20. To confirm your attendance, and/or to suggest any topics you would like to be covered, please email Randy Guzman. 
Join us in Bellevue for the 2020
AGCW Annual Convention!

It'll be another memorable event for AGC members, with insightful and thought-provoking speakers, unparalleled networking, the almost-world-famous Dessert Dash and lots more -- with an event-wide focus on workforce development. Join us on Jan. 24 at the Bellevue Hyatt, with special AGC block rates available while they last. Click here for more event information and registration.

December 5: Get the latest on reporting requirements
for paid family/medical leave

The state department responsible for overseeing the new Paid Family & Medical Leave program is close to having all the kinks worked out of its online reporting system. As of this email, there are only two known active technical issues that are preventing some employers from reporting their data. In addition to the technical issues, there is also a hidden cost to employers in the time involved to gather all the needed information and accurately report it in the required format.
To aid employers, AGC is partnering with the Yakima County Development Association to host a training seminar presented by AGC member HUB International.
Final details are being worked out for our morning start time, but save the date for the morning of December 5 for this important workshop. If you're interested in attending, please email me and I will get you on the list.
WSDOT offers training in partnering, conflict resolution
WSDOT
, in conjunction with AGC of Washington and RHA, LLC, is offering partnering and conflict-resolution training for WSDOT staff and contractor personnel involved in the administration of construction contracts. Sessions are now scheduled in Wenatchee (Jan. 28) as well as in Kent (Jan. 29 and Jan. 30).
The concept of partnering on construction projects has been around since the early 1990s and embraces the principles of trust and open communications; resolving issues and problems promptly and at the lowest possible level; developing solutions that are agreeable and meet the needs of everyone involved (win-win approach) and more.
Click here to see the event flyer. Seating is limited, so register today!
AGC members: Save 2%on 2020 dues
That's right -- the smart money's on renewing your AGC membership by December 13 and saving 2% on your 2020 dues. Same full range of member benefits, networking, legislative support, safety services and so much more -- all while saving 2%. It's a no-brainer, folks -- renew here today!
AGC's mobile app is a real time-saver
AGC of Washington's mobile app -- AGC CONNECTION -- is now available, putting AGCW news, events, member forums and more right in the palm of your hand. You'll also have access to AGC of America content as well. Find it today -- it's free to AGC members --  in your smartphone's app store under AGC CONNECTION, or click here for more information.
AGC's Central District Report is a publication of
the Associated General Contractors of Washington

Ideas? Comments? Questions?
Please contact David Kearby, Central District Manager, at 509.454.5064.
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