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The Conversation Continues: How Construction’s Embodiment of Diversity Leads to Increased Adoption of Innovation

Date: Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021 Register Now
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Length: 60 minutes
Speakers:    Kacie Brewer, United Rentals; Alli Scott, Autodesk
Moderator: Matt Abeles and Tia Perry, ABC National

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Join us for the third webinar in our culture, diversity and innovation series. This webinar is focused on how we implement diversity practices, and why increased adoption of technology becomes a net result of those practices. Alli Scott of Autodesk and Kacie Brewer of United Rentals, two of construction‘s leading brands, will discuss industry trends in regards to these efforts, as well as work that still needs to be done. Additionally, learn how the intersection of culture, diversity and innovation can help you mentor your company’s next generation of leaders and how it will lead to better safety performance, operational efficiency and job satisfaction.


Alli Scott, Director, Construction Thought Leadership, Autodesk
Alli is a “technology translator” who supports construction thought leadership and customer marketing as a part of the Autodesk Construction Solutions (ACS) team. As a member of the marketing leadership team for ACS, she directly contributes to market strategy and oversees the development of construction advocacy programs, in-person experiences, innovation trendspotting and industry thought leadership initiatives. Prior to this role, she supported the national innovation group of Skanska USA's construction division, where she helped to investigate and integrate game-changing tech like virtual design and construction technologies, wearables, IoT/sensors, and drones onto the jobsite. There she also built business strategy for new products and services inspired by innovation endeavors.

Kacie Brewer, Manager, Inclusion & Diversity, United Rentals
In her role at Untied Rentals, Kacie manages specialty groups, including: Women United, for women in the workplace; Veteran’s United, which includes military veterans in each country United Rentals holds a location; and Together United, which serves as an inclusion council. She also launches advocacy events, such as Women’s History Month, Diversity Month and Mental Health Awareness Month to engage various segments of employees. Brewer’s corporate diversity and inclusion programming includes employee resource groups, a coaching program, a diversity partnership with other construction companies as well as diversity requirements from suppliers, subcontractors and hiring managers.

The COVID-19 Vaccine—Legal and Practical Implications

Date: Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021 Register Now
Time: 1 - 2:15 p.m. ET
Length: 75 minutes
Speakers:    Littler Mendelson P.C. speakers include:
Barry A. Hartstein
Devjani H. Mishra
Jason R. Stanevich
Tahl Tyson
Claire B. Deason
Steven J. Friedman

Hosted by Littler Mendelson P.C.

The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practice meets several times a year at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to review scientific data and vote on vaccine recommendations. On Dec. 1, 2020, the ACIP recommended that health-care personnel and residents of long-term care facilities receive the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine during the initial phase. The Food and Drug Administration must approve the applicable vaccines, and emergency relief authorization is under way. The vaccination program will significantly expand as vaccines become more widely available. The legal landscape involving vaccination programs in the employment setting has evolved over the years, particularly in health care, which may provide a “road map” in addressing many of the issues dealing with the COVID-19 vaccine. There are, however, many unique and evolving issues tied to the vaccine.

Topics covered during this webinar will include:
  • • An update on priorities for distribution of the vaccine and the manner in which such decisions will be made
  • • A review of the legal issues that need to be addressed in any vaccination program developed by employers
  • • Requests to be excused from vaccination programs based on (1) religious beliefs, practices or observances under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act or (2) medical conditions and/or disabilities covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act
  • • Benefits-related issues, including encouraging vaccinations as part of an employer’s wellness program
  • • Wage and hour issues, such as vaccine costs, compensable time and the treatment of monetary incentives
  • • Employee safety, workers’ compensation and privacy-related issues
  • • Implementation of vaccination programs in a unionized setting, as well as the potential impact of the anti-vaccination movement and any “concerted protected activity”
  • • A review of employee vaccination programs for global employers


2021 Federal Legislative and Regulatory Forecast

Date: Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021 Register Now
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Length: 75 minutes
Speakers:    Maury Baskin, Littler Mendelson P.C.; Peter Comstock and Ben Brubeck, ABC National
Moderator:    Karen Livingston, ABC National

ABC Members Only

With Vice President Kamala Harris holding the tie-breaking vote in the Senate, Democrats now have a slim majority control of both chambers of the 117th Congress, giving President Joe Biden an opportunity to pursue critical legislative priorities for at least the first two years of his term.
What does a new administration and Congress mean for merit shop contractors? The speakers will offer valuable insights on what legislative initiatives contractors should expect in the 117th Congress as well as executive orders and regulatory actions under the Biden administration.

Specifically, the speakers will discuss the following:
  • • How a 50-50 Senate and a narrow House majority impacts President Biden’s priorities
  • • The potential for additional COVID relief, infrastructure funding, and legislation affecting taxes and immigration
  • • How Democrats can use the budget reconciliation process to enact key priorities
  • • The future of the PRO Act and other labor legislation in Congress affecting the construction industry
  • • What executive orders can contractors expect under the Biden administration? Will the administration broaden the scope of the PLA EO on federal and federally assisted government contracts?
  • • Should federal contractors expect to be targeted by the Biden administration?
  • • How will the regulatory agenda under the Biden administration impact labor, safety and workforce development policies as well as federal contractors?
  • • Will OSHA issue a COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard?
  • • How can ABC staff help contractors navigate through new legislation initiatives and regulatory actions?



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