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How Davis-Bacon Fulfills the American Dream

Every American dreams of living a life of health and prosperity.  This country was built on that very foundation.  Prior to the Davis-Bacon Act of 1931, however, many wage earners led only a life of sustenance.  Workers were pushed to work extremely long workdays for a very low wage.  The …

May 18, 2011 1:03 pm | Filed under: Davis-Bacon, Mark Douglas, CEO of LCPtracker

“What is LCPtracker?” Contest WINNERS!

Thank you everyone for participating in our “What is LCPtracker?” Contest! We are amazed at all of the great submissions…so amazed that we chose the TOP THREE votes as our winners! 1st Place – $100 Gas Card Winner: Arian Cook,  Staff Resources, Inc. LCPtracker is an online program used to …

May 17, 2011 5:32 pm | Filed under: LCPtracker News

Federal Davis-Bacon Requirements: Who is Covered – Truck Drivers

Truck Drivers and the transportation of goods and materials to and from a job site is often a subject that confuses many contractors. The following guidelines for truck drivers and when Davis-Bacon rates apply is quoted directly from the Davis-Bacon Field Operation Manual: 1. Truck drivers employed by a construction …

May 7, 2011 11:02 am | Filed under: Tips and Tricks

“What is LCPtracker?” Contest *HAS ENDED*

A BIG thank you to everyone who’s participated in the “What is LCPtracker?”Contest! We had many good submissions and will be announcing the results very soon. Check our Social Media outlets for updates!

May 6, 2011 3:00 am | Filed under: LCPtracker News

“What is LCPtracker?” Contest

Fuel us and we’ll fuel you - a chance to win $100 for gas! Contest Instructions & Rules Describe in a statement what LCPtracker is to someone unfamiliar with the labor compliance industry. The statement should be less than 20 words using only simple terms. Along with your statement please have your …

April 15, 2011 12:40 am | Filed under: LCPtracker News

Federal Davis-Bacon Requirements: Who is Covered?

    Workers who perform construction work on the project are to be paid the appropriate prevailing wage rate. This includes carpenters, painters, roofers, plumbers, etc. this includes, apprentices, as well as a working foreman. Prevailing wage does not include clerical or administrative support working in a job-site trailer or a …

April 13, 2011 11:23 pm | Filed under: Prevailing Wage, Tips and Tricks
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