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Press Release: Construction Headcount Dips in May but Outpaces Overall Rate of Job Gain Since May 2015; Rising Pay, Plunging Unemployment Suggest Worker Scarcity

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Dear AGC Construction Professionals,

2015 Lemon Lecture - UNM Requests Industry Support

The construction programs have been an integral part of the Department of Civil Engineering at UNM for many years. Their graduates work in the construction industry throughout our state and region. In an effort to increase the visibility of construction programs, the UNM School of Engineering is kicking off a new marketing campaign supported in large part by the Bryant W. Lemon, Sr. endowment. To make this campaign a success, however, they need the support of the local construction industry.

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ACE Leadership High School - Enrollment

Do you know a high school student interested in a career in Architecture, Construction or Engineering?

Where Does Your Company Stand on Recruiting, Retaining and Training Construction Industry Workers?

FMI, a leading provider of management consulting and people development services to the engineering and construction industries, is collecting data for its comprehensive 2015 Talent Acquisition and Development Report.  Construction industry executives, training directors and HR professionals are asked to join their peers in completing a brief survey to gauge the changes and practices for recruiting, retaining and training construction industry personnel.  The results of the survey will first be revealed in October at AGC’s 2015 Construction HR & Training Professionals Co

AGC to Host Webinars on E-Verify & Form I-9 Compliance April 28 & 29

Deceptively considered one of the simplest forms completed during the hiring process, Form I-9 is often riddled with errors that could place your company in jeopardy if audited by the U.S.

NEW Director of Workforce Development

With the New Year, AGC-NM would like to introduce and welcome a new staff member. Michael Rife has joined AGC New Mexico as Workforce Development Director – Safety and Health. With more than 20 years’ construction industry experience, and 10 years experience instructing at the apprenticeship and safety level;  AGC is thrilled and excited to welcome him to the team and confident his experience, enthusiasm, connections, and reputation will be a great asset to the association and its members.