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President Trump's Apprenticeship Expansion Helps All Americans Build America

June 21, 2017|ABC News, Regulations, Workforce Development

ABC applauded President Trump’s executive action on apprenticeships, which is an important step toward building new career opportunities for all Americans. If fully implemented, the order will allow industries to build innovative workforce development systems that address glaring skills gaps in our workforce.  With the construction industry currently facing a workforce shortage of as many as 500,000 jobs, this order is an important first step to allow more entryways into becoming a construction professional.     

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From the monthly archives: November 2012

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'November 2012'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Video: ABC Member Talks About Effect of Year-End Tax Hikes on Small Businesses

Jerry Gorski, president of Gorski Engineering, Inc., Collegeville, Pa., was featured in a video by U.S. House of Representatives Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) titled, “This is Small Business.”
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ABC Needs Volunteers to Test its New STEP Plus Program

ABC’s Environment, Health and Safety Committee will be testing phases of ABC’s new STEP Plus program from December 2012-May 2013 and is looking for ABC member company volunteers.
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Learn More About OSHA Updates to Hazard Communication Standard

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration in March revised its Hazard Communication Standard to align it with the United Nations’ global chemical labeling system. 
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Register Now for the Dec. 17 Superstorm Sandy Reconstruction Summit

Superstorm Sandy is estimated to have caused more than $50 billion in damage to property, infrastructure and lost business. During the Dec. 17 Superstorm Sandy Reconstruction Summit in Trenton, N.J., attendees will learn more about what is being done to alleviate the damage
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ABC and Build Your Future Hold Construction Education Events

As a part of the Build Your Future Careers in Construction Week, ABC chapters and members supported two construction career events in Texas to encourage students to explore opportunities in construction careers.
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Don’t Raise Taxes on Businesses, Groups Tell Congress

ABC joined 39 other organizations Nov. 27 in sending a letter to leaders in the Senate and the House urging them to avert the looming fiscal cliff of expiring tax provisions and automatic spending cuts that will effectively raise taxes on the majority of small businesses next year.
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Only One More Week to Register for Attorneys Conference

The outcome of the election means big regulatory changes are coming next year that are likely to severely impact merit shop contractors and their attorneys. Learn how to deal with the dangers that lie ahead during ABC’s Attorneys Conference, to be held Dec. 5-7, in Washington, D.C.
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Information on PPACA, Including a Summary of Employer Coverage Requirements

On Nov. 20, HHS published proposed rules on essential health benefits and determining actuarial value, and on health insurance market reforms. In addition, the IRS, Employee Benefits Security Administration and HHS’ Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services issued a notice of proposed rulemaking on wellness programs in group health plans. READ MORE

ABC and Coalition Call on Congress to Stop Scheduled Estate Tax Hike

As part of the Family Business Estate Tax coalition (FBETC), ABC Nov. 15 sent a letter to members of Congress urging them to pass legislation addressing the estate tax before the end of the year. Barring congressional intervention, the resurgent estate tax rate and diminished exemption would saddle thousands of family-owned businesses with a crippling tax increase.
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Video: ABC Chief Economist Explains Impact of the Fiscal Cliff

Watch ABC Chief Economist Anirban Basu’s analysis of the how the impending fiscal cliff will impact the construction industry. 
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