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Webinar: Prevailing Wage Compliance: The FAQs Prevailing Wage Contractors Should Ask
December 1, 2022 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The rules governing prevailing wage are complex, and the greatest challenge for open shop government contractors is ensuring compliance. Whether competing on projects subject to the Davis-Bacon Act or state/local prevailing wage ordinances, it’s critical for contractors to be well-informed and educated to ensure rigorous adherence to the complexities and rules.
Learn from industry expert Nat Peniston as he shares best practices for:
· How prevailing wage rates are calculated
· Calculating fringe benefit deductions and annualization
· PTO benefits and other unfunded benefits
· Davis-Bacon contract language
· Calculating overtime
· Best practices for 2023 bid submittals
If you’re a contractor performing prevailing wage work, you don’t want to miss this webinar.
ABC Members Only
Speaker: Nathaniel Peniston, Vice President, The Contractors Plan
Moderator: Ben Brubeck, Vice President of Regulatory, Labor and State Affairs, ABC National
Meet the Speaker
Nathaniel Peniston is vice president at The Contractors Plan where he works with external partners such as ABC to identify areas of collaboration and drive customer success. An expert in the administration and compliance challenges of hourly employees with prevailing wage and fringe benefits obligations, Peniston has published a number of articles, including “Why ‘Prevailing Wages’ Exist & How to Take Advantage of Them,” and a book, The Contractor’s Guide to the Davis-Bacon Act: Essential Knowledge for Bidding and Compliance on Prevailing Wage Jobs.
Meet the Moderator
Ben Brubeck is vice president of regulatory, labor and state affairs at the Associated Builders and Contractors. A recognized expert in procurement, labor and employment issues impacting the construction industry, Brubeck has extensive experience with the Davis-Bacon Act, state prevailing wage laws, project labor agreements and regulations affecting federal contractors. He also serves as vice president of policy for the National Council for Public-Private Partnerships.