WebEd: Impress Your Project Owners - What you Need to Know to Produce Real-time, Accurate and Detailed Workforce Reports

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This webinar will provide attendees with an overview of Workforce Reporting requirements around the country including tracking and monitoring of women, minorities, local hires, disadvantaged/low income, apprentice/trainee and veteran workers. Learn about the pain points associated with complying with these requirements. Find out how you can easily produce real-time, accurate and detailed workforce reports to impress your project owners and potentially earn your company more business!


Aliecia Taormina
Senior Compliance Manager
Kiewit Corporation

Aliecia Taormina is a Senior Compliance Manager for Kiewit Corporation’s Home Office in Omaha, Nebraska. She started as a Business Manager in Colorado, and has worked in many states (New Mexico, Arizona, Missouri, Kansas, etc.) on numerous projects. She now works with Kiewit construction projects across the country, supporting them in Diverse Contracting, Prevailing Wages, and Outreach/Community Involvement. She brings 18+ years of working experience not only in construction, but in multiple facets of business. 

Kris Vincil
Director of Sales 
LCPtracker, Inc. 

Kris Vincil is the Sales Director for LCPtracker, Inc., a privately-held company providing cloud-based construction, prevailing wage, labor and workforce compliance solutions to government agencies, general contractors and subcontractors across the United States.  LCPtracker, Inc., based in Orange, CA is one of the fastest-growing small business companies in Orange County, CA, and holds the largest market share in the SaaS (Software as a Service), labor compliance industry.
Kris has been with LCPtracker, Inc. for over 9 years and has been instrumental to the growth of the company to having over 500 clients and 85,000 contractor users.  Kris is responsible for managing the Sales Department across all product lines and all states in the U.S.  Kris regularly engages in speaking opportunities such as industry conferences such as ACCA and USHSR, as well as, at her company’s annual user conferences and employee retreats.  She prides herself on being an industry expert when it comes to labor and workforce compliance requirements and solutions.

Kris currently resides in Michigan with her husband Glenn, two children Harrison & Isabella, their dog Scout, and cat Maci.  In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, doing yoga and singing.

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