President Obama recently unveiled a White House corporate tax reform proposal. In response to said proposal, the Associated Builders and Contractors, otherwise known as ABC issued the following statement:
“Far from a ‘grand bargain’, the president’s latest trial balloon simply repackages warmed over White House proposals from years past,” said ABC Vice President of Federal Affairs, Geoff Burr.
Nearing the end of 2013, we’ve seen tons of regulations, public comments, changes and an insane amount of political posturing. It’s enough to make your head spin and it’s no wonder the country is in a tizzy. As we close out 2013 and the start of the open enrollment period of the exchanges this month of October, as well as look to the changes and implementations that will begin in 2014…just a couple of months away, it’s time to get serious if you’re in the construction industry and make sure you’ve got all your ducks in a row. Read More “Affordable Care Act: Here We Go! Are Your Ducks in a Row?”
A rule that would have required employers to display a poster in their workplace that contained a biased and incomplete list of employee rights under the National Labor Relations Act has been abandoned. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) abandoned its poster rule when they decided not to file petition to the U.S. Supreme Court to review two U.S. Court of Appeals decisions that invalidated the rule. The decision to not file was made by allowing the deadline to file the appeal to pass. Read More “Controversial “Employee Rights” Poster Rule Abandoned by NLRB”