Exclusion of Volunteer Work from Public Works Projects Extended

Exclusion of Volunteer Work from Public Works Projects Extended
September 29, 2015 dmock2015

Governor Brown Signs Into Law Assembly Bill 327, Extending the Exclusion of Volunteer Work from Public Works Projects Until January 2024

California’s prevailing wage laws set specific wage and hour requirements for employees working on “public works” projects, including construction, alteration, demolition, installation, or repair work performed under contract and paid for in whole or in part out of public funds. These wage and hour requirements do not apply to specified work performed by a volunteer, volunteer coordinator, or a member of the California Conservation Corps or a community conservation corps. Assembly Bill 327 (“AB 327”) extends these provisions to January 1, 2024.



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