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Thursday, May 31, 2018

New Law Allows Website Posting for Prevailing Wage Rates

Last year we reported on a new law that authorizes public bodies to "publish" their prevailing wage rates by posting notice on their websites rather than in the newspaper. Public bodies that adopt the Department of Labor's wage schedule for the county (or counties) in which the public body is located are eligible to take advantage of this alternative method of publishing their prevailing wage rates. P.A. 100-0154.

If a public body qualifies for the alternative method of publication, it must post a notice of the determination of prevailing wages on the public body's website with a hyperlink to the prevailing wage schedule for the locality that is published on the Department of Labor's website.  The following link will direct you to the list of counties where you can find the proper link to post on your website:   

You can read our previous blog post here.

Post Authored by Julie Tappendorf

1 comment:

  1. Do you know if you are still required to send a copy of your notice, ordinance and certificate to the Illinois Department of Labor?