UTAH 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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Many public agencies implement labor compliance programs for projects not funded by the federal government. This is to avoid risks that come along with public works projects.
If you are a government contractor who works for federal projects in Utah, read on below to learn more about Utah’s labor compliance laws.
How much should a public construction cost so that Utah prevailing wage regulations will apply?
Who has the authority to investigate labor laws compliance?
How much should I pay my Utah prevailing wage workers?
The schedule of prevailing wage rates must be posted on site, in a bulletin board or where your wage workers can easily see them. It must contain all the applicable rates and job classifications for your project.
What makes up the prevailing wage rate?
How are fringe benefits given?
Should I require my employees to keep a personal time record?
Can I hire apprentices for my public construction project in Utah?
Am I required to pay for travel and subsistence of my prevailing wage workers in Utah?
How do I compute for my worker’s overtime pay?
How often should I pay my workers’ wages?
Are there allowable deductions that I can deduct from my employee’s pay?
Aside from the fringe benefits as prescribed by the prevailing wage rate, are there other benefits I should provide to my Utah prevailing wage workers?
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