Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgApril 10, 2015 / Issue No. 02-15
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HR Training
Save The Date: Construction HR & Training Professionals Conference Set for Oct. 7-9 in St. Louis, MO
AGC to Host Webinars on E-Verify & Form I-9 Compliance April 28 & 29
Labor Relations
How to Prepare for New “Quickie Election” Rule Covered at AGC Convention
Building Trades President McGarvey Shares Views and Priorities at AGC Convention
NLRB Issues Guidance Concerning Employee Rules
Wages & Benefits
Labor Department Publishes Videos on Davis-Bacon Wage Survey Process and Form, Plans More Survey Briefings
IRS Releases Final Instructions, Forms for Employer Information Reporting Requirements Under Health Care Law
Affordable Care Act Cadillac Tax Questions Answered
AGC Submits Comments on Multiemployer Pension Reform Implementation
EEO
Supreme Court Questions Employer's Light Duty Policy in Pregnancy Discrimination Case
Definition of Spouse Expanded Under FMLA, Halted in Four States by Federal Judge
OFCCP Creates LGBT Resources for Federal Contractors
Wages & Benefits
Labor Department Publishes Videos on Davis-Bacon Wage Survey Process and Form, Plans More Survey Briefings
 

The Wage & Hour Division (WHD) recently made available on its website two video presentations for construction employers regarding Davis-Bacon Act wage surveys.  One presentation, the Davis-Bacon Wage Survey Process, explains how Davis-Bacon wages are established, as well as survey instructions and the importance of survey participation.  The other presentation, Completing WD-10, walks construction contractors through the process of completing Form WD-10, the Davis-Bacon wage survey form.  The videos were created in response to a request from AGC to make information more easily accessible to contractors electronically, rather than requiring travel to live, in-person events.  Both videos are located on WHD’s website. 

In an effort to increase survey participation among contractors, WHD informed AGC that it is also planning to test the use the webinars to conduct pre-, mid- and post-survey briefings.  Historically, the agency only conducted pre-survey briefings to educate contractors prior to the start of Davis-Bacon wage survey.  Pre-survey briefings were live, in-person events that required employers to miss time away from the office to travel to and attend such events.   According to WHD, adding mid-survey briefings will help to educate contractors and interested parties on the status of a survey that is in-progress.  Post-survey briefings will be provided once a Davis-Bacon wage determination is published, where WHD will provide contractors with information regarding the results of the survey and the published rates.

For more information about Davis-Bacon wage surveys, including survey status by state, visit WHD’s website.  For more information about the Davis-Bacon Act, visit AGC’s Labor & HR Topical Resources webpage.  The primary category is “Wages & Benefits.” The secondary category is “Davis-Bacon Act.”
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