A 2021 Retrospective: Real Life Criminal Consequences of Wage Violations in PA

Although noncompliance with prevailing wage statutes can sometimes be seen as a form of theft under law, past prosecutors might not have always treated it this way. And while this may have occasionally led some to believe that wage thieves can get away with a “slap on the wrist”, things have undoubtedly changed over the […]

What The Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Would Mean For Public Works Projects

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, passed by the Senate on August 10, 2021 by a wide bipartisan majority, would see billions of dollars invested into public works construction. As part of the wider American Jobs Plan (AJP), its aim is to revitalize American infrastructure, which in many parts of the country has fallen […]

California’s Skilled & Trained Workforce Requirements: Q & A with Deborah Wilder

Today we sat down with Deborah Wilder, President of Contractor Compliance & Monitoring Inc., for a quick Q & A session about California’s Skilled and Trained Workforce requirements. Deborah offers some brief insights and a teaser of what she’ll be covering in an upcoming webinar she will be hosting on the topic with LCPtracker on […]

The New Age Contractor: Simplifying Certified Payroll

The Technological Shift In the last few years, the construction industry has been undergoing a technological shift – not only out on the field, but within the office as well. Contractors and similar parties have turned to new technologies to streamline their processes of obtaining and tracking information. This shift has become increasingly vital to […]

The Difference Between Multi-Tiered and Single-Contractor Certified Payroll Solutions

There comes a time in every young contractor’s life when they’re faced with the question: Should we consider working on publicly-funded projects? Making that leap can be a bit nerve-racking, especially considering all the implications that such a decision brings. Understandably, there’s often hesitation before taking on a public works project. We get it: Davis-Bacon […]

Meeting Hiring Goals with Workforce Reporting – Part 2

In the first part of this blog series, we explored leveraging construction workforce reporting capabilities to track hiring initiatives of cities, agencies, and even prime contractors. This installment continues the discussion and focuses on the features to look for in a labor compliance management system that will provide the benefits of workforce reporting – one which […]

Meeting Hiring Goals with Workforce Reporting – Part 1

Building better communities starts with building the lives of those who create them. And what better way to start building lives than by hiring people who need the opportunities the most? You’ve heard the old Chinese proverb, “Give someone a fish and feed them for a day; teach them to fish and feed them for […]

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 […]

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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