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Contributing Employers

employersThis section of the NEBF website is designed to provide contributing employers with the tools needed to make contributions to the NEBF. Below are the major highlights of this section:

  • What does it mean to be a contributing employer?
  • Standard Contract Language
  • Participation Agreements
  • Completing a Monthly Payroll Report
  • Who is Covered?
If you have more questions read our FAQs or contact the NEBF office directly.
 
Being a Contributing Employer

As a contributing employer to the National Electrical Benefit Fund (NEBF), you have agreed through a Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) or one of its local unions to make contributions to the NEBF on behalf of the covered bargaining unit employees.
 
Other employers may be considered a contributing employer if they have agreed to make contributions to the NEBF on behalf of their non-bargaining unit employees by executing a Participation Agreement with the NEBF.
 
All contributing employers must meet the following documentation requirements:

  • The CBA must include the NEBF Standard Contract Language Clause.
  • Copies of the signed CBA and Letter of Assent with the Local Union should be forwarded to the NEBF office.