IR #2008-07
February 21, 2008

Dean Fryer
Kate McGuire
(415) 703-5050

EEEC and Contractors State License Services offer free Construction Business Workshop


Robert Jones, Deputy Secretary of Policy & Enforcement, Labor and Workforce Development Agency (LWDA)
David Dorame, Director, Economic and Employment Enforcement Coalition (EEEC)
Ralph Hollier, Contractors State License Board Representative
Michelle McElarea, Employment Development Department Representative
Miguel Vargas, CalOSHA Representative
Ray Favella, US Department of Labor Representative

WHAT Construction Business Workshop Especially for Employers, Crew Supervisors and Contractor

WHEN Saturday, February 23, 2008 from 12 Noon to 4 PM.
Seating is Limited, Registration Required. 
Contact Cyndi Beaver at 310-522-9258

WHERE 301 E. Vanderbilt Way, Room 206 – San Bernardino, CA 92408 (Next to University of Phoenix Building)

WHY Presenters will discuss requirements of becoming a Licensed Contractor, and the steps to take upon receiving a Contractors license.  Registrants will learn important information to avoid costly assessments and penalties, including licensing regulations and employers’ rights and responsibilities under state and federal laws. The construction industry is one of the eight industries targeted by EEEC. In 2007 citations totaling over $340,000 were issued for wage and hour violations.