C-10 Employee Certification, new Worker’s Compensation rules and General Licensing

California electricians might be ‘shocked’, but a new no-holds-barred policy on certification may leave some contractors ‘grounded.’ The new calendar will bring new regulations, and ‘digging’ into the underground economy is one focus, particularly for contractors not providing insurance coverage to their workers. I’ll show a license Qualifier how to get his own individual sole … Continue reading C-10 Employee Certification, new Worker’s Compensation rules and General Licensing

Electrical Contractor Alert & RME/RMO

In competition winning is what it’s all about. Winning the race or winning the contract bid. For many contractors, just getting ‘qualified’ to compete comes with a host of questions. We begin with important news for specialty contractors ‘wired’ into electrical work… Electrical Contractor’s Alert: Specialty contractor’s that perform electrical work need to be aware … Continue reading Electrical Contractor Alert & RME/RMO

Replace a Qualifier, C-12 and Corporate Licenses

Let’s apply some ‘anti’ –septic advice to a contract an attorney says ‘stinks’. After getting ‘down to earth’ with that answer, I will share expert advice on how incorporation can affect your current license if you are considering some reorganization in the current economy... Q: I have a client who holds a “C-12” Earthwork and … Continue reading Replace a Qualifier, C-12 and Corporate Licenses