Wage and Welfare Bonds are enforced to ensure that if a hiring contractor fails to properly compensate the union or its members that they will receive what they are owed. There are 12 unions that have an Ohio affiliation, but if you aren't able to find the bond you're looking for below give us a call at (855) 296-2663.
Contractors hiring union members from local 10, 14, 5, 55, 6, or 8 need a Wage and Welfare Bond.
Local Union 301, part of the Ohio Laborers' District Council, requires contractors hiring its laborers to purchase a bond.
A Carpenters' Wage and Welfare bond must be on file with the Regional Council of Carpenters before an employer can hire members from the local union.
Iron Workers Local Unions 17 and 550, as part of the District Council of Southern Ohio & Vicinity, enforces a bond for hiring contractors.
Bond required for employers hiring members of the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) Local Union 18.
IBEW Local Unions 129, 212, 306, 32, 38, 540, 573, 575, 64, 673 388, and 8 mandate employers to hold a bond for before hiring union members.
A $10,000 Wage and Welfare Bond necessary for individuals and companies employing painters and allied trade members of the local IUPAT.
Those hiring laborers from the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades (District Councils 6 and 53) must first furnish a surety bond.
Employers of plasterers, cement workers, and shop hands that are part of the Operative Plasterers’ & Cement Masons’ International Association need a surety bond.
Businesses and individuals hiring local Ohio laborers as part of the United Association of Plumbers, Fitters, Welders, and Service Technicians must first file a bond.
A $10,000 bond required for all contractors hiring sheet metal workers from the Local Union 24.
With offices all across the United States and Canada, the Sprinkler Fitters Union Local 669 enforces a surety bond requirement for all contractors hiring union members.