Davis Bacon Related Acts
Resources for California prevailing wage contractors
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON STATE PREVAILING WAGE
Whether you are just starting out as a prevailing wage contractor or just looking to keep yourself updated, we have compiled these resources about state prevailing wage. Here are the most common questions of prevailing wage contractors and workers to help expand your knowledge!
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What should I know about California’s Supplemental Unemployment benefits?
Are the prevailing wage rates in Northern California same as those in Southern California?
(a) state-wide decisions which involves various trades have similar rates throughout the state;
(b) decisions by Northern California that can only be applied to counties called out on the wage decision;
(c) decisions by Southern California that can only be applied to counties called out on the wage decision;
(d) decisions in San Diego can only be applied in the county of San Diego, and;
(e) county decisions with specialty sub-trades listed in an excel format.
To view the Davis-Bacon Act rates for prevailing wage California, visit Wage Determinations Online. Journeyman determinations by California’s Department of Industrial Relations will be published separately by the Division of Labor Statistics and Research. Since California has its own prevailing wage rates and laws, make sure that your project is a federal Davis-Bacon project before using the listed rates.
What is California’s Division of Apprenticeship Standards?
Are there threshold requirements for public works projects in California?
What is the definition of overtime in California Prevailing Wage?
What does the asterisk (*) after the expiration date of a California prevailing wage determination mean? What about double asterisk (**)
What does “coverage determination” mean?
What are special prevailing wage determinations in California?
What should I know about the issue date of the California Prevailing Wage?
Is the method of determining prevailing wage rates in California the same with the Federal Government?
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Prevailing wage contractors must follow the regulations set by prevailing wage laws in their area. The Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) will ensure that these rules are enforced strictly, and failure to comply can result to fines and penalties for prevailing wage contractors.
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