Survey Finds 38% of Hawaii Union Households Unaware of Right to Opt-Out of Union Membership
The Nevada Policy Research Institute released the results of a new survey showing that 38% of Hawaii union households are unaware of the right to opt-out of union membership don’t realize they can opt out of union membership and paying a portion of their union dues without fear of penalty. Read More ---> Source:hawaiifreepress
Prevailing Wage Seminar
Government spending on construction projects presents huge new opportunities for contactors. However, therse are a number of compliance issues and regulations that must be understood to effectively bid on these contracts and meet the administrative requirements. Prevailing wage seminar will be held on Thursday, September 24, 2105. It Free to ABC Members, Non-ABC Members is $50. Deadline to register and provide payment is Monday, September 18, 2015
HAWAII CHAPTER WINS AWARD FOR BEST PRACTICE
Your Cyber Insurance submission has met the criteria to be a Chapter Best Practice Champion. Being recognized as a Best Practice Champion, your submission will be featured on National Connections and your chapter
will be recognized at the ABC Workforce Development Conference on March 3rd in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
Our plan was to protect the membership and its sensitive information from cyber attack. Although our system is a sealed system there are still entities out there that want any and all information they can gather through any means possible. Our Cyber Insurance policy provides protect for the association and its members.
Apprentices from Associated Builders and Contractors’ (ABC) Hawaii Chapter get to put their skills to work outside the classroom, but it’s not on an average jobsite. Through a partnership with Honolulu Habitat for Humanity, craft trainees get real-life experience, and local families in need get new homes... Read more here
ABC Hawaii will be hosting a few large events in 2015. We are seeking your participation and support as these events will allow merit shop contractors, sub-contractors, associates and suppliers the opportunity to make contacts with colleagues, competitors, and potential joint venture partners in the construction industry marketplace. Our chapter is a 501 (c )(3) organization so your event sponsorship(s) may qualify as charitable donation(s) and/or as business expense(s).