Weekly Updates

Weekly Update 05/08


It’s been another exciting week here at IEC. Take a look at what’s been going on! Please Make sure to RSVP if you are planning on attending the events.



PLEASE CLICK THE LINK TO RSVP! https://www.iecofutah.com/events-calendar/event-details/?Event=39780 The deadline to RSVP is today at 4:00.  This will be a great opportunity to congratulate your 4th year students.  The Graduation is an open house between 4-8 pm at 9685 Monroe ST Sandy, Utah 84070. Please save the date and help us celebrate our 2024 graduates.

-Please plan to attend the Salt Act Event with Rep Burgess Owens.

Location: 1020 N. Redwood Road, Suite 1000A, North Salt Lake, UT 84054

Date and time: Mon, May 13, 2024 1:00 PM

Burgess Owens  has proposed legislation to register Union Salts. One of the reasons IEC was initially formed was to give contractors a forum to counter the efforts of union organization.  One of the oldest unionization tools is that of “salting” your company.  I believe the legislation Burgess Owens is proposing is a valid effort to help bring to light this deceptive practice.  One of his points that he makes is why would any organization want to start a relationship based on deception.  This proposed legislation would provide a mechanism so that the “salt” must register with the DOL as such.  While this is likely an informational bill to raise awareness of this practice, our core values of engagement and advocacy would both be well served for us to have a good showing of IEC contractors at the meeting. It is also a great courtesy to RSVP your intent to attend.



-Federated Insurance is offering a risk management Academy on May 14th. This is a great opportunity to participate in a course that can help support your company. Click the link for more information. https://web.cvent.com/event/1eeda33b-d3fa-4305-830b-0d109e83af6b/regProcessStep1

Other IEC news items:

-Interested in past weekly update information? https://www.iecofutah.com/members/weekly-updates/ here is a list of all the past weekly updates.

-Looking to hire an electrical apprentice? Linked below is a list of resumes from students here at IEC. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/12kzZCnKLtaa8r5hQBSoyrbg_5efe_v8w?usp=drive_link 

-Come participate in a committee.  The Calendar on iecofutah.com lists when we have committee meetings.  If you have interest, attend one.  If it is something that continues to interest you please consider becoming a member of a committee.  We welcome all our members to engage with these processes. Contact Ken for more information. 

Dates to put on your calendar:

-May 13, 2024 @ 1:00pm.  Rep. Burgess Owens.  He has proposed legislation to register union Salts.  This is helpful legislation and we want to support his efforts.  More information will be coming.

- Border states and Kojo are hosting a meeting on May 22 at 10 am. More information to come!

-IEC Legislative Policy Conference- 6/10-6/12 in Washington, DC.

-IEC Nation SPARK- 10/14-10/16 in Tampa, FL. Registration is now open. https://iecspark.com/pricing/


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