“Does taking public money make my project a ‘public work’?”

“Does taking public money make my project a ‘public work’?”

In the current economic climate, many businesses have turned to government contracts and grants to continue their operations.  However, by accepting these funds and contracts, many employers unwittingly turn their projects into "public works" that may require the business to comply with prevailing wage requirements. 

The Sacramento Employers Advisory Council is pleased to offer a free 30 minute teleconference to discuss what kinds of projects constitute "public works" under California law, and the impact of a project being a "public work."

This informative event will be presented by Krista Dunzweiler an associate in Locke Lord LLP’s Sacramento and San Francisco offices practicing employment law. Krista has spent most of her legal career litigating complex issues in the area of employment law and advising employers on compliance with California and Federal labor and employment laws.

Here is how to tune in:  

Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Time: 12:00 – 12:30 pm
Cost: FREE
Dial 1-610-214-0000
Access Code: 341076#

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