Construction Industries of Rhode Island (CIRI)
CIRI Wages & Benefit Rates 5/1/2021
CIRI Wages & Benefit Rates 11/1/2020
Rhode Island Associated General Contractors (AGC Labor Division)
AGC Wage & Benefit Rates 6/1/2021
AGC Wage & Benefit Rates 12/1/2020
For Power Plants, Sewer Treatment Plants, Pumping Stations, Tunnels, Cassions, Piers, Docks, Bridges, Wind Turbines, Subterranean & Other Marine & Heavy Construction Work:
AGC Wage & Benefit Rates 6/1/2021 (SUB T)
AGC Wage & Benefit Rates 12/1/2020 (SUB T)
Employer Benefit Contributions
Employer benefit contributions are required for all employee payroll hours and paid holidays for work covered within the Agreement. You can find the excel version of the monthly benefits report on the right sight of this page. If you have any questions about submitting employer contributions, please contact the Local 57 Benefit Funds office weekdays, 8:00am-4:00pm.
IUOE Local 57 Funds
857 Central Avenue
Johnston, RI 02919
Phone: (401) 331-9191
Fax: (401) 764-0015
Employer Contributions Due Date:
Benefit hours must be reported for all hours worked including holidays. All employer benefit contributions and employee payroll deductions are due no later than the 20th of each month covering payroll periods ending in the previous month.
Example: If work is performed in January, contributions and employee deductions are due no later than February 20th.
There are two weekly employee withholdings that must be submitted with the employer benefit contributions each month. The electronic contribution reports will automatically calculate the member withholdings using the lower excel tab labeled "Weekly Withholdings"
1) Political Education and Action Fund (PEAF)
PEAF Withholding= $0.04 per hour
Example: 160.00 hours worked
160.00 x $0.04= $6.40 to be withheld
2) Administrative Dues Fund
Administrative Dues Withholding= 1.75% x Total Gross Wages + 1.75% x Total Benefit Package
*If you are using a payroll company or other payroll software that cannot calculate the dues withholding using this formula, you may also use the following calculation:
1) 0.0175 x Gross Wages Earned
2) $0.475125 x Hours Worked
3) Add the answers from number's 1) and 2)
An employee works 40.00 hours and earns $1,200.00 in gross wages in one week:
1) 0.0175 x $1,200.00= $21.00
2) 0.475125 x 40.00= $19.01
3) $21.00 + $18.24 = $40.01 to be withheld
If you have any questions concerning employee payroll deductions, please contact the Local 57 Funds Office.