Blueprint to California’s Prevailing Wage is unlike any other prevailing wage text. Learning is made as painless as possible, and is facilitated throughout by a rich visual presentation, engaging infographics, and an interactive design.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) March 30, 2016
Western Electrical Contractors Association (WECA) is pleased to announce the launch of its new downloadable eBook, Blueprint to California’s Prevailing Wage: A Contractor’s Guide.
California public works contractors have long grappled with prevailing wage law. Compliance requires understanding and applying a complex set of legal statutes that are ever changing—and California is often singled out as having the most complicated set of prevailing wage requirements in the nation.
Blueprint to California’s Prevailing Wage guides readers through California prevailing wage compliance beginning with basic introductions, up through advanced sample wage calculations. This new eBook is intended for audiences at all levels, regardless of prior knowledge, from the novice to the experienced professional, contractor to office staff.
Blueprint to California’s Prevailing Wage is unlike any other prevailing wage text. Learning is made as painless as possible, and is facilitated throughout by a rich visual presentation, engaging infographics, and an interactive design. Instead of quoting the inaccessible language of case law, we bring the law to life through a graphic-rich presentation—helping readers to more easily learn and retain information about their prevailing wage obligations. Topics include: new registration laws, debiting already paid benefits, calculating predetermined increased, footnotes, holiday pay, and much more.
For current WECA member contractors, this new educational resource adds to an already lengthy list of business service benefits targeted for independent electrical contractors. WECA is pleased to also make this new publication available for sale to the general public, encouraging increased awareness and enhanced prevailing wage compliance throughout California trades. It is available for Amazon Kindle and in the Apple iBooks store.