Common Construction Wages
ensure workers are properly compensated
Indiana state law requires workers be paid equal to the most commonly paid rate within a county, city, or other public entity. Earning decent wages allows Indiana workers and their families to live a middle-class life, support local businesses, and enhance their local economies. State lawmakers are currently deciding whether to repeal this law, which would drive down the quality of life for all workers in Indiana.

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Wage Theft is stealing from
hard working Hoosiers
Indiana construction workers are wrongfully being paid less than what they have rightfully earned on projects.

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Find out if you have been
a victim of Wage Theft
Browse wage data from Indiana construction projects to see if you have been a victim of Wage Theft.

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Strong state. Strong communities.

Hoosier Hardhats is a site for Indiana workers to make sure they are being paid properly. Wage theft is a problem across Indiana, and with some simple, publicly available information, workers can ensure that they are not the victims of wage theft, and take action if they suspect that they have been. Learn more about wage theft.

Wage Theft

Are you a victim?

Indiana construction workers are wrongfully being paid less than what they have rightfully earned on projects.

 

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Common Wage

Do you know your worth?

Indiana state law requires workers be paid equal to the most commonly paid rate within a county or city.

 

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Wage Data

Do your wages add up?

Browse wage data from Indiana construction projects to see if you have been a victim of Wage Theft.

 

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Stand up for working Hoosiers!

Take a moment and ask your legislators to support Indiana’s middle class by protecting
Common Construction Wage from those who want to weaken workers.

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