December 15, 2006 / Issue No. 3-06
 
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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Don’t Miss the Jan. 24 Audio Conference on New Internet Applicant Rule & EEO-1 Reporting Requirements
Register Now for Davis-Bacon Act Compliance Training Program – Feb. 14-15 in Arlington, VA
Save the Date for the 2007 HR Professionals Forum – June 7-8 in St. Louis, MO
COMPENSATION
Construction Wage Increases Expected to Rise
Labor Department Issues New Guidance on HSAs
HIRING PROCESS
Court Strikes Down Pre-Employment Strength Testing as Discriminatory
LABOR RELATIONS
NCA Develops Jurisdictional Disputes Policy
Contract Language Can Convert 8(f) Relationship Amid Proof of Majority Support

  Register Now for Davis-Bacon Act Compliance Training Program – Feb. 14-15 in Arlington, VA

Strengthen your company’s Davis-Bacon Act Compliance at this pacesetting training program presented by AGC of America, the Contract Services Association, and the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division on February 14 and 15, 2007, at AGC’s headquarters in metropolitan Washington, DC.

Lead officials at the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division will explain how wage determinations and Davis-Bacon Act compliance are administered.  Learn what a contractor must do to stay compliant and to avoid penalties, fines, and debarment.  This course covers it all — from regulatory policy to payroll paperwork.  Recommended for both federal prime contractors and subcontractors, the course is designed for business owners, project managers, contract administrators, and employees who want to know more about how to ensure their company's compliance with the Davis-Bacon Act.
 
Space is very limited, so register right away.  The registration fee of $695 for AGC and CSA members, $795 for nonmembers, covers all meeting materials, breakfast, refreshments, and access to Labor Department speakers for the entire two-day program.  For more information and online registration, click here.  For assistance, contact Amy Southworth at southwortha@agc.org or (703) 837-5382. [ return to top ]