Report Your First Quarter Work Hours
As a reminder, if you have not already done so, it is time to report your NMA work hours for the first quarter of 2017.
The NMAPC has enhanced its Work Hours Reporting process. To learn more about these changes and watch a brief tutorial on "How to Report Work Hours," please visit the NMA I.Q. eLearning Resource Center at www.nmaiq.org/workhoursreporting.
Reporting is quick and easy - just log on to www.nmapc.org/workhours and follow the simple instructions.
Work hours must be reported online for all work performed under the NMA. Contractors must report work hours for each Site Extension Request (SER) that has been approved, and for as long as the SER remains active.
Why are signatory contractors required to report their NMA work hours?
- By reporting your hours, you help create a more accurate picture of union construction's position in the marketplace
- Reporting work hours is good for your business! NMAPC.org automatically creates graphs and charts based on your work hour information - perfect for including in bids and meetings with current and potential clients.
- You have 24/7 access to the work hours you've reported. Slice your data by date (quarterly or yearly), owner, state, industry or craft!
- NMAPC staff can help you create customized work hours reports - find out where you rank locally, regionally and nationally!
Please contact Ben Cahoon in our office with any questions or problems at (703) 841-9707 ext. 118.
April 05, 2017