ILLINOIS PREVAILING WAGE RATES

 

FOOD SERVICE

April 1, 2004

 

 

 

Jurisdiction:                   PIATT COUNTY

 

Wages:                         Head Cook:                 $15.28/Hour   

 

Cook:                          

Start                             $10.63/Hour

                                    Year 2                          $10.94/Hour

                                    Year 3                          $12.19/Hour

 

 

Health & Welfare:         $293.00/Month for full time employees.

 

 

Pension:                        6.97% of gross for individuals in positions scheduled 600 or more hours annually.

 

 

Vacation:                      Twelve (12) month employees shall be entitled to the following:

 

                                                After one year                          2 Weeks

                                                After 2 years                            3 Weeks

                                                After 15 years                          4 Weeks

                                                After 20 years                          5 Weeks

 

 

 

 

These wage rates and fringe benefits are determined by the Illinois Department of Labor to be conditions prevalent in the state of Illinois and shall be the minimum requirements for food service workers under the Illinois Finance Procurement Code.  Retroactive reimbursement is required if less than the prevailing wage was paid at any time.


ILLINOIS PREVAILING WAGE RATES

 

FOOD SERVICE

February 1, 2003

 

 

 

Jurisdiction:                   PIATT COUNTY

 

Wages:                         Cook:               Start                             $10.12/Hour

                                                            Year 2                          $10.42/Hour

                                                            Year 3                          $11.61/Hour

 

 

Health & Welfare:         $257.00/Month for full time employees.

 

 

Pension:                        8.51% of gross for individuals in positions scheduled 600 or more hours annually.

 

 

Vacation:                      Twelve (12) month employees shall be entitled to the following:

 

                                                After one year                          2 Weeks

                                                After 2 years                            3 Weeks

                                                After 15 years                          4 Weeks

                                                After 20 years                          5 Weeks

 

 

 

 

These wage rates and fringe benefits are determined by the Illinois Department of Labor to be conditions prevalent in the state of Illinois and shall be the minimum requirements for food service workers under the Illinois Finance Procurement Code.  Retroactive reimbursement is required if less than the prevailing wage was paid at any time.


ILLINOIS PREVAILING WAGE RATES

 

FOOD SERVICE

Effective April 1, 2002

 

 

 

Jurisdiction:                   PIATT COUNTY

 

Wages:                         Cook:                                       $9.64/Hour

 

 

Health & Welfare:         $227.00/Month

 

 

Pension:                        13.58% of gross for individuals in positions scheduled 600 or more hours annually.

 

 

Vacation:                      Twelve (12) month employees shall be entitled to the following:

 

                                                After one year                          2 Weeks

                                                After 2 years                            3 Weeks

                                                After 15 years                          4 Weeks

                                                After 20 years                          5 Weeks

 

 

 

 

These wage rates and fringe benefits are determined by the Illinois Department of Labor to be conditions prevalent in the state of Illinois and shall be the minimum requirements for food service workers under the Illinois Finance Procurement Code.  Retroactive reimbursement is required if less than the prevailing wage was paid at any time