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Prevailing Wage Law in California
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When: 8/1/2014
8:30 AM
Where: Holiday Inn Santa Ana Orange County Airport
2726 South Grand Avenue
Santa Ana, California  92705
United States
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Discover how to comply with the prevailing wage law – and get the job done.

Prevailing wage is a mandatory requirement of public works projects. Unfortunately, the law presents many complex legal issues and questions. This seminar is designed to provide you with the answers you seek and the practical guidance you need to avoid liability. 
Our experienced panel will help you learn the fundamental requirements necessary to comply with the prevailing wage statutes and regulations. The panel will address issues such as, (i) to whom and on what projects must prevailing wages be paid; (ii) what are the fringe benefit requirements and how to properly comply; (iii) what are the apprenticeship requirements and how to comply; (iv) what are the penalties for noncompliance; and (v) how are the prevailing wage laws enforced. The panel will also discuss new legislation, rulings and interpretations by the Department of Industrial Relations. Register now and gain the practical advice you need to succeed on your next public works project.

Benefits for You
• Learn about the complex guidelines necessary to determine which wage determination applies, the fringe benefit requirements and the applicable apprenticeship standards
• Discover strategies to limit liability under the prevailing wage laws
• Understand how to respond to enforcement proceedings by governmental agencies, employees and third parties
• Find out about the opportunities, as well as the pitfalls, of project labor agreements

Learning Objectives
• You will be able to identify what are prevailing wages.
• You will be able to discuss who must be paid prevailing wages.
• You will be able to describe liability for failure to comply.
• You will be able to explain project labor agreements.

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