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SEPTEMBER 23, 2020

 
October 7th Zoom meeting with
L&I Director Joel Sacks

Instead of a Southern District dinner meeting in October, we invite you to attend an association-wide Zoom meeting with L&I Director Joel Sacks on Oct. 7 at 9:45 a.m.
Sacks will cover COVID worker’s-compensation stats, mask-compliance numbers in the construction industry, certified-payroll issues and use of technology in the process, timely release of retainage and other topics you would like to discuss. Just prior to him joining the meeting at 10:00 a.m, you'll have an opportunity to network with other AGC members for 15 minutes at 9:45.
Don’t miss this Zoom meeting, and don’t miss an opportunity to ask the L&I director your questions. Register here today!
SAVE THE DATE!
Nov. 4 election recap with
AGC chief lobbyist Jerry Vanderwood

This might be the most contentious election of our lifetimes. Instead of a Southern District dinner meeting in November, we invite you to an association-wide Zoom meeting with AGC Lobbyist Jerry Vanderwood the day after the election on Nov. 4 at 9:45 am. Jerry will give you a recap on one of the most exciting elections in recent memory and how it may touch the construction industry. Don’t miss this Zoom meeting to get the very best information the day after the big election.
Two important Pierce County races
AGC's BUILD PAC is endorsing incumbent Republican Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammeier (website here) and Republican Pierce County Council candidate Jason Whalen (website here) this election cycle. To learn more about these two candidates view their websites at the links above, and don’t forget to vote!
Help get out the construction vote
To increase voter turnout from the construction industry, AGC of America urges members to communicate the importance of voting to employees. Research shows that employees want to hear from their employers about issues and elections. When messages are delivered properly, the employer is found to be a highly credible source of political information. AGC created the nonpartisan Election Resources website, which can be used to remind employees about the importance of voting and participating in this year's election. Don't worry, the resources will not advocate for the election of any particular candidates. AGC also created an Election Center where individuals can register to vote or check their registration status and view the candidates that will be on the ballot. Check it out and help AGC get out the vote.
Federal Facilities Three-Year Outlook, Oct. 14
AGC's annual Federal Facilities Three-Year Outlook meeting is just around the corner. Register today to make sure the event is on your calendar! This year’s meeting features Jordan Howard, AGC of America’s director of federal & heavy construction, reporting the latest on federal contracting from Washington DC. You'll also get a preview of upcoming projects with presentations from NAVFAC, the Army Corp of Engineers, General Services Administration and the Coast Guard. If you are a federal contractor or interested in expanding your scope to participate in federal projects, this event is for you! Register today…
L&I proposes to keep workers’-comp rates
steady for 2021
The state Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) is proposing no increase in the average price employers pay for workers’ compensation insurance next year. If the proposal is adopted, this will be the first time in 20 years that workers’ compensation rates have dropped or stayed steady for four years in a row.
“Our 2021 rate proposal recognizes the toll that the pandemic is taking on employers and workers in our state,” said L&I Director Joel Sacks. “Although our projected workers’-compensation costs are going up, we’re keeping premiums the same by taking advantage of the reserves we’ve built over the years by improving services and reducing disability.” Read more...

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AGC Education Foundation's Construction Leadership Series begins Sept. 30
Take advantage of the upcoming Construction Leadership Series training provided by the AGC Education Foundation. This unique program was developed by AGCW members and local industry experts for tomorrow’s leaders. The examples shared in the classroom are relevant to our region, and the subject matter provides participants with the flexibility, technical development, and soft skills that are essential to effective leadership in today’s work environment.

See AGC's invitation letter here -- and for more information or to fill out a course application, contact Dan Morris or 206.284.4500.
Knowledge is power.
Check-out the AGC Education Foundation's wide range
of educational on-line opportunities today.
Click here to learn more.

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