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October 7, 2020
DO YOU NEED HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS Register your employees for the WCCA Heavy Equipment Operators Apprenticeship program. Registration begins October 5, 2020 thru December 1, 2020 Classes will start December 8, 2020. This Colorado Department of Labor approved apprentice program will cover classroom and on the job training. Classroom education can be in person or virtual. All on the job training done [...]
September 16, 2020
Western Colorado Contractors Association (WCCA) & Colorado Contractors Association (CCA) invite members to participate in the annual discussions of upcoming infrastructure projects for WESTERN COLORADO. Due to Covid-19, this year’s meeting will be held virtually as a Zoom Videoconferences. The Briefings bring infrastructure owners together with contractors and suppliers to discuss 2021 construction projects, long term project plans, and any other topics [...]
September 14, 2020
In April 2020, the MS4 Permit (COR90000) was transferred from the 5-2-1 Drainage Authority to Mesa County Stormwater Division. Mesa County has intergovernmental agreements with the City of Grand Junction, City of Fruita, and the Town of Palisade to implement, administrate, and enforce all aspects of the MS4 Stormwater Program. IF YOU DO BUSINESS IN MESA COUNTY THIS IS [...]
August 19, 2020
Federal Compliance Update Let’s face it, with all of the new paid leave regulations and acronyms thrown at us since March, some of us are confused as to what is still in effect and how they all work together. The following serves as a guideline to both federal and Colorado regulations still in effect that employers must continue to follow. Lest we [...]
July 29, 2020
On July 21, 2020, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) released its decision in General Motors LLC (14-CA-197985) changing the legal standard it will use to determine whether employees were lawfully discharged or disciplined when they engage in abusive conduct in connection with National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) § 7 protected activity. § 7 guarantees employees “the right to self-organization, to form, [...]