$305,000 Later A Firm Learned A Valuable Lesson

    How and when should overtime wages be paid? If you cannot answer this question you may be in trouble. It is a lack of knowledge on that very subject that has M.H. Electric paying more than $305k in back wages from at least 10 federally funded construction projects awarded in Hawaii from 2012 to 2014 […]


    39 Employees + Misclassification = $87,239 in Back Wages

    Prevailing wage has been set into place in many states to ensure that workers are receiving the amount due to them for the scope of work they are performing. The Davis-Bacon and Related Acts assure fairness in bidding and promote economic growth by supporting the middle class which then returns their profits back to the […]


    DOL Drops Anchor to Create Ripple Effect in Labor Compliance for 2015

    The Department of Labor is stationed and ready to battle companies who skirt labor laws whether intentionally or by accident. David Weil, administrator of the Wage and Hour division of the Department of Labor Blog explained how they plan on “taking strategic enforcement to the next level.” The strategy is simple, to “create ripple effects […]


    A New Year Means New Labor Laws for California – The Top 11

    Holland & Knight, a global Law Firm, has taken the time to compile a comprehensive list of the new labor laws contractors can expect to face in 2015. The 11 listed below are those that will affect the most businesses. For the complete list and detailed explanations of each new law click HERE 1. AB 1522 […]


    17 Things You NEED to Know About SB 854 Requirements in California

    The Electronic Certified Payroll Reporting Requirement Will Resume 8/1/2016 There are some very important changes being implemented by SB 854 for California contractors on January 1st, 2015. We understand that keeping up with new regulations and laws is a challenge so we have compiled this list of the 17 most important things you need to […]


    US DOL and New Hampshire Join Forces

    Misclassification has been plaguing  the construction industry for far too long. It deprives hard working employees of their rightful wages and can deny them access to important benefits such as overtime compensation, insurance, family and medical leave, and retirement benefits, on top of adding extra pressure and unfair competition to law-abiding companies who are unable to compete. […]


    Oregon’s Long Trail to Recovery

    It is no surprise that the construction industry in Oregon is far below the peak reached in 2007. This is the way that bubbles of any sort work. Once the burst occurs, much time is needed to recollect and rebuild. However, now nearly seven years later, a new study by the Oregon Employment Department has […]


    5 Things You Need to Know About Assembly Bill 1897

    California Governor Jerry Brown has signed Assembly Bill 1897 which has redefined project management responsibility and who is accountable when laws are being broken. For your convenience we have broken down the Bill into the 5 things you need to know: 1)      The Bill defines a “Client Employer” as an individual or entity that obtains […]


    How Not to be Part of the Problem- LCPtracker

    We have all heard tales of Wage Theft but did you know that it costs workers millions of dollars every year? All too often workers toil away with no benefits and no assurance that they will actually be paid for the hours that they work, let alone at the proper rate. To an employer, skimming […]


    New Bill Would Set the PACE for Apprenticeships -LCPtracker

    Apprenticeships are key to building a skilled workforce, the Promoting Apprenticeships for Credentials and Employment Act (PACE Act) aims to support registered apprenticeship programs and help better prepare young and new  workers for jobs in important highly skilled industries. The PACE act, introduced by  Mark Pocan, a member of the House Education and Workforce Committee, along with Education […]


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