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Prevailing Wage Law in California
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12/4/2014
When: 12/4/2014
8:30 AM until 4:30 PM
Where: Crowne Plaza Sacramento
5321 Date Avenue
Sacramento, California  95841
United States
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Discover no-hassle ways to comply with prevailing wage law – and get the job done.

Prevailing wage is a mandatory component of many public works projects. Unfortunately, the law often raises more questions than it answers. What is the prevailing wage? What paperwork do I need? How can I avoid liability and complaints? What if I need help? Let’s start with this seminar. 
Turn to our experienced panel and you will get the answers you seek – and the practical guidance you need to avoid penalties and costly litigation. You will learn the nuts and bolts of complying with prevailing wage law – minus the confusion and worries. Register now and get practical how-to’s on surviving prevailing wage predicaments in your next project.
Contractor Registration - A Step by Step Guide - How to register, when and new compliance reporting requirements that could bar contractors from bidding on or working on public works projects.

Benefits for You
• Get a headache-free approach to fulfilling your apprenticeship obligations
• Adhere to complex guidelines surrounding wage determination
• Sidestep common mistakes by complying with recordkeeping requirements
• Avoid penalties and litigation for failing to comply

Learning Objectives
• You will be able to describe what constitutes a public works project and what is not.
• You will be able to discuss prevailing wage compliance and enforcement.
• You will be able to explain a step-by-step guide on contractor registration.
• You will be able to review the key elements of a public works contract.

 

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