The Montana Department of Labor & Industry is conducting the annual nonconstruction services survey for 2020 prevailing wage occupations.  Montana law requires the prevailing wage rate setting process to ensure that employers can bid competitively on public works projects.  Submission of your data helps us establish accurate prevailing wage rates for state and local public works projects in your area involving public funding for:

(a) The maintenance of publicly owned buildings and facilities including highways, roads, streets and alleys;
(b) Custodial or security services for publicly owned buildings and facilities;
(c) Grounds maintenance for publicly owned property;
(d) The operation of public drinking water supply, waste collection, and waste disposal systems;
(e) Law enforcement, including janitors and prison guards;
(f) Fire protection;
(g) Public or school transportation driving;
(h) Nursing, nurse’s aid services, and medical laboratory technician services;
(i) Material and mail handling;
(j) Food service and cooking;
(k) Motor vehicle and construction equipment repair and servicing; and,
(l) Appliance and office machine repair and servicing.