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Deborah Wilder
CCMI President 

Department of Labor to issue free webinar on Joint Employer Rule
If you might be a joint employer on a construction project, you will be interested in tuning in to the U.S. Department of Labor's free webinar on March 1 at 1 p.m. EST to review the US DOL's final rule on the topic. Go to   https://www.eventbrite.com/e/webinar-on-the-fair-labor-standards-acts-joint-employer-final-rule-march-3-2020-tickets-92723272805 to register and get further information. One example of a joint employer relationship in the construction industry is anyone who uses a temporary agency to round out their workforce.

U.S. Department of Labor to launch prevailing wage seminars in the following cities. Dates have not yet been published:

  • Guam, March, 2020
  • Hawaii, March, 2020
  • Salt Lake City, UT, May, 2020
  • Detroit, MI, June, 2020
  • Charleston, SC, July, 2020
  • Philadelphia, PA, August, 2020
For more information and to register, go to:  
  • April 22 Prevailing Wage Overview: Montgomery County, Maryland. 9 a.m. -12 noon. Contact info@ccmilcp.com  for more information,
  • June 9 Prevailing Wage Basics and Beyond -Training for Public Agencies; Sacramento, CA 9 a.m.-4 p.m. To register, contact: California Special Districts Association   www.csda.net   
  • June 16-19 LCPtracker Ignite Conference, San Diego, CA. Deborah is teaching a variety of workshops over the span of the conference. https://ignite.lcptracker.com/
Want to schedule your own prevailing wage workshop?
We will customize a workshop or webinar for you and your Agency/Company. Contact us at: info@ccmilcp.com 

You asked, we answered!

QUESTION: I am confused about overtime and double-time as it relates to California prevailing wage. Some of the prevailing wage determinations require overtime after 12 hours and some do not. What is the rule?
Great Question! The general rule is the overtime at one and one half the regular wage rate is required after 8 hours a day on prevailing wage work. If double-time is listed in a prevailing wage determination, then that must be paid after 12 hours of work in a day. No exceptions to either of these rules. However, if the prevailing wage determination does not have a daily double-time rule, then the State of California will still require double-time be paid for all work over 12 hours in a single day, unless you are union signatory and your collective bargaining agreement does not require double-time after 12 hours in a day. Yes, that is a double standard, but this exception is written into the law.
Feel free to send your questions to info@ccmilcp.com 

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