At the Construction Roundtable Meeting on June 28th, Kathy Sibbald reported on the Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation’s (DLLR) efforts regarding enforcement. She reported that there were 750 work-sites visited resulting in 138 new cases last year.
Sibbald is a DLLR administrator overseeing employment standards, prevailing and living wage, and worker classification protection.
She said the state collected $22,000 in fines and is in the process of hiring four new investigators.
Jim Tudor, program administrator for Prevailing and Living Wage and Worker Classification Protection Unit spoke about the need for contractors to submit the state’s prevailing wage survey.
DLLR Commissioner Matt Helminiak and Labor Secretary Kelly Schulz also spoke at the meeting.
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