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Ohio's Prevailing Wage Law Penalties are Mandatory and Will be Imposed Upon General Contractors

March 2010
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Ohio Revised Code Chapter 4115 requires contractors on public projects to pay “Prevailing Wages” to their employees performing work on the public project. The Prevailing Wage is determined by reference to the union agreements and job classifications for the locality of the project. In essence, contractors are required to pay their employees union scale together with all fringe benefits and comply with the applicable journeyman to apprentice ratios.  Read More...

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