California prevailing wage law sets the pay rate and fringe benefits workers earn when working on public works projects. These projects are funded by state or local governments and as a result must follow California prevailing wage law.
The California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) publishes prevailing wage rates twice each year, called prevailing wage determinations. These determinations set the California prevailing wage rates that employers must pay to all their workers on public works projects.
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