Staying Compliant with California Apprenticeship Requirements: Understanding the DAS 140 Form

One of the many aspects of compliance that public works contractors in California need to keep in mind is the state’s distinct set of regulations involving apprentices. This should hardly come as any surprise for those experienced with work in the golden state; it’s known to be among the most stringent when it comes to […]

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 […]

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, […]

The Staff Corner: January 2013

LCPtracker will be implementing a new blog series this year, “The Staff Corner.” Each month one staff member will submit an article highlighting relevant industry news or their expertise within the labor compliance industry. Check back each month for new articles! When Change is Good by Carson McDougald Support Technician Certified Payrolls have traditionally been […]

California Apprenticeship Programs

Apprenticeships, although equating to only 3% of total construction industry employment, are key to sustaining the workforce that builds California’s public works projects. They allow aspiring construction workers the opportunity to earn good wages with health insurance and retirement benefits as they learn to build the infrastructure upon which California depends. Recently, data from the […]

Federal Davis-Bacon Requirements: Trainees & Helpers

Unless the specific Davis-Bacon wage classification recognizes a Trainee or Helper as one of the specified classifications, then a contractor may not pay workers less than the specified prevailing wage rate for the classification of worker. Persons registered and receiving on-the-job training in a construction occupation under a program that has been approved in advance by DOL’s Employment […]

Federal Davis-Bacon Requirements: Apprentices

A contractor may employ apprentices and pay the applicable apprenticeship rate only for those individuals who are properly enrolled in a Bureau of Apprenticeship Training (BAT) program. The BAT may have agreements with various state apprenticeship agencies so that many (but not all) apprenticeship programs have both BAT and local state approval. Only those workers […]

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