Holiday Inn Select
1 S Grady Way
Renton, WA 98057
8:30 a.m. Friday, April 19, 2013
Here's how you can get the facts about prevailing wage law - and the practical advice you need to succeed.Prevailing wage is a mandatory component of many public works projects. Unfortunately, the law often raises more questions than it answers. What is the prevailing wage? What paperwork do I need? How can I avoid liability and complaints? What if I need help? Let's start with this seminar. Turn to our experienced panel and you will get the answers you seek - and the practical guidance you need to avoid penalties and costly litigation. You'll learn the nuts and bolts of complying with prevailing wage law - minus the confusion and worries. Register now and get practical how-to's on surviving prevailing wage predicaments in your next project. Benefits for You Understand the intricate rules governing prevailing wages and benefits Discover how prevailing wages are enforced Implement surefire techniques for complying with the Davis-Bacon and related acts Avoid penalties and litigation for failing to comply Down-to-earth strategies on how to limit your liability under prevailing wage laws Tips on investigating, responding to and defending against prevailing wage complaints Find out about the opportunities - as well as pitfalls - of project labor agreements Learning Objectives You will be able to describe the Washington State Prevailing Wage on Public Works Act. You will be able to discuss when prevailing wage applies. You will be able to explain the plaintiffs' perspective on prevailing wage claims. You will be able to review the Davis-Bacon Act.
Who Should Attend?
This seminar is designed for attorneys, construction and project managers, owners, presidents, vice presidents, compliance officers, accountants, controllers, contractors, subcontractors, engineers and payroll professionals.
Continuing Education Units
CPP/FPC CC 1.0 HR Certification Institute 6.5 HRPD 1.0 CPE 8.0 including Specialized Knowledge and Applications 8 WA CLE 6.5
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