If nothing else, the pandemic has increased our awareness of the importance of resilience – for individuals, for families, communities and for business organizations. In the face of stress and change, some leaders and organizations thrive while others falter and even go under. Some individuals seem to gain strength from hardships, while others are undone. So, what makes the difference, and what can we learn from this to enhance the way we live and lead?
We have all seen it. Most of us at one time or another have been it. The storm in the distance, rising in fury, out of control. Everyone in our path running for shelter, seeking to avoid becoming a casualty of our storm. Is that how we want to show up at work, or do we want to be an anchor in the storm, the person others can count on to lead the way through the crisis while protecting the things that matter most?
Before the Collapse: Best Practices for Risk Allocation of Structural Integrity – A NO-COST Hot Topic Seminar for ABC Keystone Members
Protect Yourself & Reduce Structural Defect Liabilities! In recent years, unfortunate tragic events such as road and building collapses have placed focus and scrutiny on engineering and construction methods. A panel of lawyers, insurance experts, and engineers will explore and discuss past tragedies and what you can do up front to limit your potential liabilities.
The Criminalization of Construction: Best Protections from Prosecution, Disbarment, Heavy Fines & Jail Time for Prevailing Wage & Act 72 Violations – A FREE Hot Topic Seminar for ABC Keystone Members
Recent indictments for worker misclassification, misappropriation of fringe benefit dollars and misclassification of independent contractors are serious reminders that not properly following Prevailing Wage (PW) rules can have grave consequences. The latest rulings will be discussed as well as what you need to do to successfully navigate pitfalls on PW projects.