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The Project “Completion” Paradox in California

We’ve written before about why the date of “completion” on a California construction project is important, and why, if I may be blunt, determining that date can be as frustrating as a…

Construction Payment Remedies: You May be Able to Skate by, But Why?

My grandfather used to say that “anything worth doing, is worth doing well.” It wasn’t until later that I learned the quote wasn’t his, but a quote from Philip Stanhope the Fourth…

Sacramento Rental Market Q & A

For the month of April, we focused on all things real estate. From safety to important coverages to consider and the current state of our developing urban core. We had the pleasure…

Activity in Sacramento’s “Urban Core”

Activity in the urban core (Downtown, Midtown and East Sacramento) has been strong from both a sale and lease perspective. Of course, leasing drives the bus in commercial real estate whether its…

Do Office Employees Need Training for GHS (Globally Harmonized System of Identification of Hazardous Substances)?

Back in 2013, employers were advised of the requirement to train employees regarding new label elements and safety data sheets but there have been questions about why some employees would need to…

Announcing New HR Services at Warren G. Bender Co.

As your partner in risk management, we at Warren G. Bender Co. are constantly evaluating different resources to best serve our clients. Eight years ago, we improved our Employee Benefits department to…

Founder’s Day 2016 Message from Stephen Bender, CEO, President

Dear Team Bender – Happy Founder’s Day “week”! For those of you new to Warren G. Bender Co. let me elaborate. Warren and Gladys Bender were married on January 29th, 1936. And…

Section 6056 Reporting Workbook by WGBCO

We, at Warren G. Bender Co., realize that the ever-changing world of healthcare can be daunting for most employers. In that spirit, we’re offering an interactive reporting workbook to assist you with…

Contractor Safety: Are You Responsible When They Are on Site?

Dealing with contractors on site who don’t adhere to your safety procedures can be risky. Since you or your employer can be subject to fines or even jail time when not compliant…

Subcontractor Bonding: What General Contractors and Subcontractors Need to Know

With project owners and general contractors becoming more risk averse, bonding subcontracts has become more prevalent than ever. Decades ago, many sureties viewed bonding subcontractors as more risky than bonding prime contractors….