April 1, 2007



Jurisdiction:                   McDONOUGH COUNTY


Wages:                         Baker                                       $8.04/Hour

                                    Cashier                         $8.04/Hour

                                    Cook                                       $7.96/Hour

                                    Food Prep Worker                $7.96/Hour

                                    Food Service Worker                        $6.50/Hour


Health & Welfare:            For individuals in positions scheduled 37.5 or more hours per week


                                    Employee only:             $233.78/Month

                                    Employee + 1 dependent            $462.15/Month

                                    Family:                         $630.76/Month


Pension:                        None


Vacation:                      Only individuals in positions scheduled 37.5 hours per week are eligible for the following vacation:


                                    Months of service            Payroll Hours*             Maximum

                                    0-36                             Payroll Hrs. X .04620              12 Days

                                    37-72                           Payroll Hrs. X .05770              15 Days

                                    73-108                         Payroll Hrs. X .06920              18 Days

                                    109-168                  Payroll Hrs. X .08080              21 Days

                                    169+                            Payroll Hrs. X .09620              25 Days


*Includes hours actively at work, on paid vacation, on paid sick leave, or on paid holiday leave.  Total vacation hours calculated by this formula is divided by the number of hours regularly scheduled (i.e., 7.5 or 8) per day to convert to number of days.  Eligible days are paid at number of hours regularly scheduled per day.


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.