Conducting surveys for Davis-Bacon construction wage determinations: resource book
U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment Standards Administration, Wage and Hour Division, 1989 - Business & Economics - 109 pages
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Clarifying and Analyzing Payment Evidence
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adding classifications analysts area practice issue blank BLOCK building survey call the contractor CBA rate Cement masons chart clarification contractor says contractor to find count current union rate cutting points Dodge report Dodge slip dollar value drywall hangers dual rates e.g. carpenters example federal figure foreman fringe benefit rate GC's generalists helpers hourly fringe rate Hrly Rate HVAC mechanics in-scope installers Internal Revenue Service journeyman rate journeymen key class follow-up Laborers look negotiated rate number of employees open shop contractors payment evidence peak number Pipefitters Plumbers potential area practice prime contractor project value random follow-up rate prevails Rebar receive fringe benefits reference sheet Sheet metal workers specialty craft step stratified follow-up subcontractor submitted survey time frame telecon with name telephone Total Contractors Identified total number type of construction union contractors usable response rate Wage Determination worksheet write in red write the number