June 22, 2007 / Issue No. 3-07
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Minimum Wage to Increase on July 24
Staff Salaries Up 4% This Year
Contractor Not Required to Pay Workers for Transportation or Security Time
Equal Employment Opportunity
EEOC Issues Guidance on Caregiver Discrimination
Labor Law
NLRB Sets New Standard for Determining Backpay for Salts
Upcoming Events
Save the Date for Audio Conference on Overtime Exemptions
AGC to Hold 1st Annual Training & Development Conference
Call for Presentations at AGCís 2008 Annual Convention
Recent Events
Recruitment & Retention Tactics Discussed at AGCís 6th HR Professionals Forum
Davis-Bacon Seminar Held at AGC Headquarters

  Davis-Bacon Seminar Held at AGC Headquarters
AGC of America, in conjunction with the Contract Services Association and the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), held a Davis-Bacon Compliance Training Program May 7-8 at AGCís headquarters in Arlington, VA.

Representatives of DOLís Wage and Hour Division, labor compliance specialists from several contracting agencies, and a government contracts attorney with the law firm Holland & Knight presented valuable information about federal prevailing wage requirements to an audience of contractor representatives from across the country.

Handouts from the program are not available, and AGC has no specific plans to offer the seminar again in the future.† However, AGC offers several other resources to assist contractors with Davis-Bacon compliance.† For information, click here.

Government Contracts Team Leader Tim Helm of the DOL Wage and Hour Divisionís Office of Enforcement Policy lectures on the fundamentals of the Davis-Bacon and Related Acts.

Terry Sullivan, section chief for the Davis-Bacon Wage Determinations Branch of DOLís Wage and Hour Division, teaches contractors about the wage determination survey process and conformance.

Davis-Bacon Act Compliance Specialist Julia Stone of the DOL Wage and Hour Divisionís Office of Enforcement Policy explains how to comply with the Davis-Bacon Actís fringe benefit requirements. [ return to top ]