Washington State Labor & Industries and LCPtracker are partnering again to host an educational webinar on the new regulations affecting all public-works projects. This webinar will discuss what the new certified payroll report requirements entails, show an in-depth look of how you can comply with the new requirements, and present tools to help facilitate the labor compliance process.
Build your labor compliance knowledge base and learn Davis-Bacon fundamentals from industry experts
Receive step-by-step training on how to use LCPtracker from an Administrator and Contractor perspective
Jolene Skinner has been with the Department of Labor & Industries for over 15 years with the last 10 years being dedicated to improving compliance on public works projects. Jolene works closely with contractors, awarding agencies, and stakeholders to build better tools that will help them manage their responsibilities and liabilities on these projects. She is the Product Owner for both the Public Works and Apprenticeship suite of IT systems for L&I.
Reasa Parson is a technical expert on the state’s prevailing wage law for the Department of Labor & Industries. She has been with the Department and the Prevailing Wage Program for over 14 years and came from the private sector where she had 20+ years of experience in accounting and biomedical equipment along with construction bidding and contracting. You may recognize Reasa from L&I’s Contractor Training Days where she provides training to contractors and awarding agencies on their responsibilities and liabilities on public works projects.
Colin is a Senior Project Manager at LCPtracker. He has worked at LCPtracker for over 7 years. Colin enjoys meeting his users and training them on how LCPtracker works. He has successfully Implemented hundreds of clients over the years and works hard to create a long-term relationship with his client’s. He is adept at troubleshooting and finding solutions for LCPtracker users.
Jeff Douglas is a Senior Account Representative for LCPtracker. He has been in the labor compliance industry for over 6 years and has worked with large prime contractors, state department of transportation agencies, cities, counties, and DOE laboratories. Jeff’s office is based in the Seattle area and he prides himself on helping organizations streamline the ever-changing and complex requirements of labor compliance.
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