The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's new silica rules for the construction industry are being enforced. Contractors must comply in order to avoid costly fines and to protect their workers.
Kotz Sangster attorneys, along with partners from Plante Moran, presented on the topic of “Attracting, Developing and Retaining Talent” during the Michigan Infrastructure and Transportation Association’s 2016 Annual Conference at the Soaring Eagle Resort in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. Moderated by Ed Boucher, speakers included John Below and Sean McNally. The presentation included information and data regarding company culture, recruiting and developing employees, non-compete agreements, and labor shortage challenges in a difficult labor market, as well as their impact on the heavy construction industry.
Also attending this year’s MITA conference was attorney Jeff Sangster. Along with Sean McNally and Ed Boucher, and joined by colleagues at Guy Hurley Insurance & Surety Services, he co-hosted an evening reception for clients and friends of both firms.