California Prevailing Wage Update
California prevailing wage laws have undergone major changes in recent years – don’t be caught unaware. Awarding body contract administrators and public works contractors often fail to understand and stay up to date with the frequent changes to California’s prevailing wage laws. Failure to understand statutory requirements can result in rejection of a contractor’s bid and an awarding body can lose state funding for projects. Moreover, failure to understand the trends in the Department of Industrial Relations practices and the California Courts can result in serious negative consequences (increased costs, project delays and more) for those caught unaware. Moreover, many awarding bodies and contractors are unaware of new legal liabilities and the steps they can take to manage and mitigate these new risks. This topic will provide a practical analysis of the latest developments in California prevailing wage law.
Who should attend?
- Compliance With Prevailing Wage Laws After SB 7 and SB 854
- General Law and Charter Cities
- Contractors and Subcontractors
- Electronically File CPRs With DIRWhat Is a Public Works Project?
- Renewable Energy Generating Capacity or Energy
- General Acute Care Hospital
- Ready-Mix Concrete
- Recent DIR Coverage DeterminationsHow Do Contractors Comply With Apprenticeship Requirements?What Are Skilled Workforce Requirements for Design-Build, Best Value and Lease-Leaseback Bidding?
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