DELAWARE PREVAILING WAGE
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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Read on below to learn more about the prevailing wage laws that govern public construction projects in Delaware.
How much should a public construction project cost in Delaware, so that prevailing wage regulations will apply?
How often is the schedule of prevailing wage updated for Delaware?
Is there a fixed rate for overtime incurred in prevailing wage projects in Delaware?
Is there a different rate for work incurred during weekends for public construction projects in Delaware?
Should prevailing wage workers have a holiday pay?
Are prevailing wage employees who work on different shifts paid with different rates?
What fringe benefits are allowed by the Delaware DOL?
Part of your employees’ prevailing wages are their fringe benefits. The following are the only fringe benefits allowed by the Delaware DOL:
f. Sick leave pay
g. Educational Benefits (Apprenticeship and Training Programs)
Am I required to contribute to Training Funds?
What are the requirements if my company should employ apprentices?
Most apprenticeships last for four years or a total of 8000 hours of on-the-job training. Upon completion of the training, the apprentice is now eligible to become a journey person (a person nationally recognized as having a well-rounded ability in all phases of trade)
Am I required to pay my prevailing wage workers for their travel and subsistence?
Am I and my prevailing wage workers required to apply for certain licenses when working for public construction projects in Delaware?
What are the penalties for contractors who violate the prevailing wage law of Delaware?
LET ARCHER JORDAN HELP YOU FOR YOUR PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACTS IN DELAWARE!
Prevailing wage laws were created to ensure that prevailing wage workers who work for public construction projects receive the right compensations and benefits. Violation of the prevailing wage law can result to a fine, or worse, debarment from taking on any government bidding.
ARCHER JORDAN is team of fringe benefit experts who can help you be compliant with state and federal laws. Let us take the worries off your mind so you can focus on your projects and winning more bids. Contact us now!