Start Date: 10/19/2017 8:00 AM EST
End Date: 10/19/2017 12:30 PM EST
Venue Name: MITRE Corporation
7594 Colshire Drive
Building: MITRE3, Room IT510
This is the second in our new half-day Workshop Format which presents practical hands-on instruction in a Compensation topic primarily aimed at early-career professionals or HR generalists with compensation responsibility
IF YOU REGISTER FOR THIS PROGRAM AND SUBSEQUENTLY NEED TO CANCEL PLEASE EMAIL MIKE KOSTRZEWA
For many Compensation and Benefits professionals, the Service Contract Act is like a foreign language – you have heard the words but do not know what they mean. For many government contractors, however, the Service Contract Act is a fact of daily life – one fraught with administrative complexity and seemingly unending questions. Employees covered by the Act do not fit into any “merit pay” plan. Wages are prescribed in a Wage Determination published by the Department of Labor as is the minimum that must be paid by the employer for Health & Welfare Benefits, or these may be set by a Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Sounds simple, right? It is anything but. Come and attend our half-day workshop, led by three experts who will tell give us a brief overview of the Act and its evolution, and give specific hands-on advice as to what it takes to comply in today's government contracting environment. This workshop will be interactive, with hands-on calculations such as Health and Welfare benefit examples. If your company has current contracts which incorporate the Service Contract Act or anticipates winning some in the future, this Program is a MUST! Non-compliance is very painful and VERY expensive. Come and learn what you need to know, what you need to do, and what you need to avoid
PARKING: Covered parking structure next to MITRE 3 (T) building. Identification and badging required in lobby before entering the auditorium.
The QR code below is required for guest entry to the parking garages:
Parking QR Code
The QR code will work from a mobile device or can be printed off as a document and scanned at the gate.