Prevailing Wages, Benefits and Leave – Webinar

Date: September 26, 2019

Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EDT

Contact: Stacy Weiner, 202.263.4184,

Part 4: Prevailing Wages, Benefits and Leave

This webinar will address the prevailing wage and fringe benefit requirements faced by contractors and subcontractors who provide services to the federal government. The program will outline the basics of what you need to know to comply with the Service Contract Act, including covered worker determinations, identifying required wages and fringe benefits, and satisfying paid leave obligations. This part will also feature an overview of state paid leave requirements and guidance on balancing your competing federal and state obligations.

Employment Compliance in Government Contracting: 
A Five-Part Series

In five 60-minute webinars, Thompson Hine will offer an overview of, and guidance on, the unique employment-related requirements faced by federal government contractors and subcontractors. Led by Matthew R. Kissling, this series will cover all aspects of an organization’s employment compliance obligations when doing business with the federal government, including affirmative action, prevailing wages and benefits, paid sick leave, and record-keeping and reporting. Our lawyers will provide practical guidance on how contractors and subcontractors can stay compliant and avoid significant penalties from the federal government.

This series is designed for anyone who is seeking or currently fulfilling a supply or service contract with the federal government, or is engaged as a subcontractor to perform work in support of a government contract. Attendees who will benefit from this series include human resources professionals, in-house legal counsel, procurement or contracting officials, compliance officers, and operations and management personnel.

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