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Wages and Benefits
AGC Offers Webinar on Davis-Bacon Act and New Federal Contractor Minimum Wage Law
IRS Announces 2015 COLA Increases
Employers Prohibited From Reimbursing Individual Plan Premiums Even On An After-Tax Basis
Equal Employment Opportunity
OFCCP Announces Final Rule on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
AGC Submits Comments on OFCCP Information Collection Requirement
New Construction-Focused Anti-Harassment Training DVD Available
Labor Relations
AGC Tells NLRB to Preserve Notice Rule in Common-Situs Picketing Cases
Court Dismisses Carpenters’ Lawsuits Against Building Trades and Metal Trades
Hiring
Old E-Verify Records to Be Deleted; Employers Must Download Historic Records Prior to Dec. 31
Veteran Recruiting Best Practices for Construction Employers; Webinar Recording Available
HR Professional Development
Best Practices and Compliance Take Center Stage at AGC’s Annual HR & Training Conference
Wages and Benefits
AGC Offers Webinar on Davis-Bacon Act and New Federal Contractor Minimum Wage Law
 

The Davis-Bacon and Related Acts (“DBRA”) — prevailing wage laws that cover most federal and federally assisted construction projects — impose a plethora of often-confusing mandates.  Federal contractors and their subcontractors also face new rules (often referred to as the “10.10 Rule”) establishing a special minimum wage for employees who work on or in connection with a Davis-Bacon covered contract.  Failure to comply with these laws puts covered contractors at risk of catastrophic consequences, from high-dollar penalties to debarment.  On December 9 and 10, AGC of America will conduct a two-part webinar to help such contractors’ HR and other compliance personnel better understand the mandates and avoid those risks.

The first session, on Dec. 9 starting at 2:00 p.m. EST, will address DBRA coverage and compliance issues that particularly present pitfalls. The second session, on Dec. 10 starting at 2:00 p.m. EST, will address issues and best practices in worker classification (paying workers the proper rate) as well as important nuances of the 10.10 Rule. Learning objectives include how to:

  • properly select and read a wage determination;
  • use the federal conformance process;
  • properly complete certified payroll records;
  • use the federal conformance process;
  • apply the DBRA to off-site operations, truck drivers, independent contractors, apprentices, trainees, and helpers;
  • comply with DBRA overtime, fringe benefit, and travel expense requirements;
  • ascertain which wage determination classification applies to employees;
  • demonstrate compliance through effective recordkeeping;
  • best respond to allegations in DOL investigations to minimize the risk of liability;
  • determine whether your company is subject to special minimum wage mandates;
  • determine which workers are entitled to the special minimum wage; and
  • prepare for annual changes in the federal contractor minimum wage rate.

The faculty includes Tim Helm, head enforcer of Davis-Bacon at the U.S. Department of Labor, and attorneys David Fortney and Judy Kramer of the law firm Fortney Scott. HRCI approval is pending.

To register, click here.

When signing up for the webinar, registrants can purchase the latest edition of AGC’s Davis-Bacon Compliance Manual (© 2012) for just $50 extra.


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