*Hosted by ABC’s Strategic Partner Viewpoint*
The Take 15 series is a weekly, brief webinar led by Viewpoint, an ABC Strategic Partner, where product experts highlight challenges contractors face and how Viewpoint’s comprehensive suite of software solutions can help solve those challenges.
Diversity Drives Innovation: Webinar for ABC Members
Wednesday, Oct. 23
2-2:45 p.m. (EST)
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Amy Faris, ABC National
Steve Wiltshire, ABC National
ABC Members Only
Get a sneak peek into the 2020 STEP Safety Management System application and see what's new before the application goes live!
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On Sept. 27, the DOL issued a final rule on overtime, “Defining and Delimiting the Exemptions for Executive, Administrative, Professional, Outside Sales and Computer Employees,” which updates and revises the “white-collar” overtime exemption regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The final rule goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2020.
During this webinar, Maury Baskin and Tammy McCutchen will discuss the key provisions of the final overtime rule and how employers can prepare now to comply with the Jan. 1, 2020, effective date.
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*Hosted by the American Institute of Architects*
Construction has experienced some of the slowest productivity growth of any part of the Payment applications, change orders and continuation sheets are vital documents to manage a design and construction project successfully. And, they are among the most downloaded AIA forms. View a live tutorial on completing these forms within the AIA Contract Documents online service. Understand the critical aspects of these forms and how to complete them correctly and efficiently.
Mike Koger, AIA, Esq, Senior Manager and Counsel, AIA Contract Documents
AIA document A201, the General Conditions of the Contract for Construction, defines the roles, responsibilities, and working relationships among project team members. Join AIA for a detailed analysis of the A201 to discover essential information that you should understand before beginning any project.
Nat Peniston, Vice President, The Contractors Plan
Providing self-funded health benefits to an hourly and geographically dispersed workforce requires a unique approach that integrates enrollment, ongoing eligibility management, premium collection and compliance. Self-funding has many positives, such as reducing costs and increasing plan flexibility, but it is not a solution for all contractors. If you have more than 25 employees and expect to offer benefits moving forward. consider buying your health insurance vs. renting it. While not appropriate for all employers, level-funded plans may be of help in reducing costs, especially from lower taxes and insurance company profits, flexible reporting and building a claims reserve that can be used to enhance future benefits and lower premiums.
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