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Effective January 1, 2020, Senate Bill 75, will change how ALL Illinois employers are to manage harassment and discrimination issues.
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The Prevailing Wage Act governs the local wages that a contractor or subcontractor is required to pay to all laborers, workers, and mechanics who perform work on public works projects (such as schools, park districts, government/municipal buildings).
The Act also sets forth the record keeping requirements for a contractor or subcontractor. It sets forth obligations of municipalities and other public bodies to establish the prevailing wage as well as, to notify in writing all contractors and subcontractors regarding the Prevailing Wage Act when bidding and awarding contracts, as well as on work orders.
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IMSCA and FCAI are excited to report IMSCA’s legislative initiative, SB 1636 was signed in to law on August 20, 2019! P.A. 101-0432 is effective immediately. As a reminder, this new law allows retainage to be withheld at a rate of 10% for the first half of a construction project, but is to be reduced to 5% once the project is 50% complete. This new law applies to private construction projects.
Thank you to all the IMSCA's members who worked tirelessly to ensure retainage reform in Illinois became a reality. This legislative success would not have been accomplished without help from all of you. The outreach that you provided to your legislators and to Governor Pritzker is what pushed this bill over the finish line. Thank you to our bill sponsors, former Senator John Mulroe and Representative Luis Arroyo for their leadership on this important issue.
The live recording of the recent FCAI Webinar: Recreational Marijuana & the Construction Industry is now available.
The parent association of FCAI, FCA International, has been aggressively engaged on protecting our industry’s apprenticeship programs since June of 2017 when President Trump issued the Presidential Executive Order expanding apprenticeships in America.
During the last two years, FCA International’s Government Relations Advisory Committee has worked tirelessly to educate the Administration and members of Congress on the importance of our industry’s registered apprenticeship programs. Additionally, FCA has teamed up with the Construction Employers of America and other trade associations across the construction industry to ensure our registered apprenticeship programs are protected.
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