March 1, 2013

Occupation Start After 1 Year
Cook $10.17/Hr $10.42/Hour
General Worker $ 9.87/Hr $10.12/Hour

Employees at or above the above rates shall receive an increase of
$0.15/hour effective March 1, 2012.
Health & Welfare: $541.20/Month for those who worked 80 hours during previous month.
Contributions shall be made for all new and reinstated employees
beginning the first day of the month following ninety (90) days of
employment and shall continue to be paid after that time for all
employees who have worked at eighty (80) hours during the
previous month.
Pension: Regular full-time and part-time employees who have worked
or been paid for at least eighty (80) hours during the current month
and who have completed
One (1) year of employment $1.65/Hour
Two (2) or more years $1.72/Hour
Effective June 1, 2013 as follows:
One (1) year of employment $1.76/Hour
Two (2) or more years $1.83/Hour
Vacation: Employees who have been employed for a continuous period of one (1)
year or more shall receive following hourly equivalent vacation days:
One (1) year 1 Week
Two (2) complete years 2 Weeks
Five (5) complete years 3 Weeks
Fifteen (15) complete years 4 Weeks
These wage rates and fringe benefits are determined by the Illinois Department of Labor to be conditions prevalent in the state of Illinois and shall be the minimum requirements for food service workers under the Illinois Finance Procurement Code. Retroactive reimbursement is required if less than the prevailing wage was paid at any time.