08/16/2018

    The Inefficiencies of Monitoring Compliance – Agencies and Primes

    Labor compliance can be a sticky business. Just ask the thousands of construction companies who have had to repay millions of dollars in back wages since the Davis-Bacon Act (DBA) and Davis-Bacon Related Acts (DBRA) went into effect decades ago. Regulating that compliance, whether by a government agency or as a prime/general contractor, can be […]

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    Hiring Contractors for School Constructions Projects

    Managing an entire school district is no easy feat. In addition to the constant juggle of managing priorities and tasks, superintendents also have to oversee construction projects relating to any facility within their district – from painting buildings to renovating gyms. Because these projects are publicly-funded, there is a plethora of requirements involved, chief among […]

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    06/28/2018

    School’s in Session: Davis-Bacon 101

    First thing’s first. Davis-Bacon has absolutely nothing to do with the familiar breakfast food or some pig named Davis. Then what is it? The Davis-Bacon Act, established in 1931, has helped ensure that laborers in the construction industry get paid fairly for the work they perform for roughly 87 years now. It mandates that prevailing wages […]

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    Is SB 35 a Step in the Right Direction for California Housing?

    SB 35, effective as of the beginning of this year, aims to boost housing development in California. The goal is to hold cities more accountable in their efforts to provide adequate housing. The bill will allow a streamlined version of the grueling review process that housing developers go through to get approval for projects. This […]

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    04/05/2018

    ACA 5 – Increased Funding for Transportation Improvements (SB 1)

    Here’s what you need to know about this recently passed Amendment to the California Constitution: SB 1 was originally passed in April of 2017 to help generate $ 5 Billion in revenue annually, which would fund transportation improvements through an increased tax on diesel fuel The funds could only be used for public streets, highways, […]

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    4 Things to Know about AB 618

    California’s Governor Jerry Brown has signed 859 new laws that affect the construction industry in 2018. AB 618 is one of them. 1.)    This bill authorizes job order contracting at a community college district only if there’s a Project Labor Agreement on the district’s construction program currently available to school districts until January 1, 2022. 2.)    Job […]

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    03/26/2018

    How Does AB 1701 Affect Your Organization?

    Have you heard about the newly California passed bill?  Prime Contractors are now financially responsible for wages and benefits due to subcontractor’s employees on all privately funded projects Sign up now for our webinar led by Deborah Wilder of CCMI and LCPtracker to learn more about the following: How AB 1701 applies to wages and benefits […]

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    03/20/2018

    Local Job Creation: The Crucial Benefits of Workforce Reporting

    Building better communities begins with hiring the right people. Workforce reporting empowers agencies and contractors to make the right decisions, positively impacting your community. Here are some of the many goals your city, county, or agency can achieve with effective workforce reporting: Track workers across multiple agencies, contractors, and projects Target local, skilled labor within […]

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    You Don’t Want to Miss Out on this One-of-a-Kind Conference!

    Labor compliance can be tedious and time consuming whether it’s ensuring contractors comply with a myriad of government regulations and prevailing wages, submitting weekly certified payroll reports for countless workers, or tracking and reporting workforce goals. Especially with new labor laws and bills constantly being passed and updated as well as the changing construction industry, […]

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    6 Things You Need to Know about AB 1701 in CA

    1.)    AB 1701 applies to all private works contracts in the state of California that went into effect beginning 1/1/2018 2.)    This bill requires developers and general contractors to be responsible for subcontractors who fail to pay their employees 3.)    The direct contractor’s liability shall extend only to any unpaid wage, fringe or other benefit payment or contribution […]

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