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Ohio Prevailing Wages: What you need to know

A prevailing wage is a rate of pay determined by government authorities to be the norm in a particular geographic area for a given class of labor and type of project. Prevailing wage determinations are made using local data and are equivalent to union rates in most areas. Prevailing minimum wages, on the other hand, tend to track statutory minimum wages in a geographic area.
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To give organized labor a fair chance when bidding for government contracts, federal law requires all employers performing federal contracts to pay prevailing wages to their workers. This ensures that nonunion employers cannot gain an unfair bidding advantage by paying wages far below the union rate and passing the savings on to the government in the form of lower bids. Virtually all federal expenditures in the private sector are covered by prevailing wage provisions. The main statutes in this area are the Davis-Bacon Act governing federal construction contracts, the McNamara-O'Hara Service Contract Act governing contracts to provide services to the federal government, and the Walsh-Healey Act governing the manufacturing of goods for the government. Additional information on the federal Prevailing Wage Lawis available.
Ohio's prevailing wage law applies to all public improvements financed in whole or in part by public funds when the total overall project cost is fairly estimated to be in the amount set by statute for reconstruction, enlargement, alteration, repair, remodeling, renovation, or painting. Examples of public improvements include roads, buildings, water works, and any other project or structure constructed by or for a public authority (OH Rev. Code Sec. 4115.03et seq.). The ...

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