Originally Posted by mitchgo
I'd like to hear your thoughts on prevailing wages
Basically, this was the first ' city job' follow spec guidelines I've down ( This year was the first the company has does this too)
Another co-worker has single handledly tackled out several other city jobs for this account mainly installing Rp's for city parks through out this year
I asked him about prevailing wages and he received or heard nothing about it.
My mother is a CPA and when her and I chat some of it is talking about work. She told me a bunch about it.
When I started the job there was a 3 page print out about the job description and 1.5 pages of it was talking about prevailing wages. I looked up all of the Rivision Code's it provided but of course those things are never it super detail.
My mother said I should just calmly bring it to my bosses attention.
I'm fine with what I'm being paid for to do the job... but if I have the opportunity to be paid more then of course i'm going to accept it.
I mean I worked 5 days straight by myself on a 4000' run. Removed almost 3 yards of dirt ( about 50 wheelbarrows full walking 200-300' each back to the truck ) Replaced a ton of valves. Followed stupid specs ( Btw a couple of those slip fixes move a couple inches) I called the guy up and mad him come over to show him WHY WE DON'T DO THIS!!!!!.. He said leave it..
Basically I kicked ass and I feel .. If there is a bonus for doing something like this then I should get it.
I haven't brought anything up to my boss and after reviewing the 10 pages of RCW codes I do not see any kind of 'grouping' irrigation falls under
Mitch, bring that boss to mexico, he will really appreciate you then
On a more serious note
I sincerely appologise for my questioning a slip-fix, I used one in a situation today plenty enough to have made me a hypocrit.
Props again on the shovel skills.