Subs Are Learning How Labor Department's Proposed Revisions to Wage & Hour Regulations May Impact Them

A new video shows how construction companies can analyze and prepare for the proposed regulations.

Thu June 16, 2016 - National Edition
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A new video shows how construction companies can analyze and prepare for the proposed regulations.
A new video shows how construction companies can analyze and prepare for the proposed regulations.

The American Subcontractors Association and the Foundation of ASA are helping construction subcontractors understand the impact that the Department of Labor's proposed revisions to the Wage and Hour Regulations may have on their businesses.

ASA and FASA have made the new video-on-demand, “Proposed Wage and Hour Regulations,” available at no cost to construction subcontractors.

In this video-on-demand, presenter Jamie Hasty, SESCO Management Consultants, Inc., Bristol, Tenn., gives an overview of the proposed regulations and examines current white-collar exemptions, how construction companies can analyze and prepare for the proposed regulations, optional pay plans for consideration, and profession/industry-specific realities.

Proposed Wage & Hour Regulations" (Item #8088) is free for ASA members and nonmembers. This and other on-demand videos are available through FASA's Contractors' Knowledge Depot.




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