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Resources for Vermont 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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The state of Vermont is divided into three areas in determining prevailing wage rates: Burlington-South Burlington Metropolitan New England City and Town Area (NECTA), Southern Vermont Area, and Northern Vermont Area.
If you are a government contractor in Vermont working for federal projects, or have just acquired a contract for a public works contract, or is planning to build a contracting company, read on below to know more about the prevailing wage laws in Vermont. For help with fully compliant fringe benefit plans in Vermont please get in-touch via email or give us a call today!
How much should a public construction cost in Vermont so that prevailing wage regulations will apply?
How are the prevailing wage rates determined in Vermont?
Is there a regulation regarding overtime in the Vermont prevailing wage law?
Is there a different rate for work incurred on weekends?
Is there a different rate for work incurred on legal holidays?
Is there a different rate for each working shift?
Am I required to pay my wage employees fringe benefits in Vermont?
Am I required to contribute to a training fund?
I want to hire apprentices in my prevailing wage project in Vermont. What should I know before hiring one?
The apprentice must attend an apprenticeship training program, and the requirements vary from program to program. Most programs require a high school diploma or GED certificate.
The prevailing wage rate for apprentices are the same as the occupation for which they are under training.
Do I need to pay for travel and subsistence of my prevailing wage workers?
What are the licensing requirements that I need to note as a contractor?
What are the penalties for erring and violating contractors?
The Agency of Administration maintains the list of contractors that are not allowed to bid with the state or any of its agencies.
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