Certified Payroll Reporting Requirements
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Gain an understanding of the process and legal requirements for certified payroll records and reporting.Many contractors who are required to prepare and submit certified payroll records are often not prepared or equipped to do so and are unaware of what needs to be done to compile and include in certified payroll records. This topic is geared towards those who have some familiarity with federal and/or state prevailing wage law and will provide you with a practical understanding of the certified payroll requirements, the differences between state and federal reporting requirements and forms, how to interpret and apply the wage rates and classifications in wage determinations, and what needs to be compiled in advance to enhance your ability to satisfy the payroll reporting requirements. You will be provided with the knowledge you need that can be applied to your business.
AuthorsVan Allyn Goodwin, Esq., Littler Mendelson P.C.
The Laws and Government Agencies Responsible for Enforcing Certified Payroll Reporting Requirements
Tracking Employee Time and Work Classifications Based Upon the Applicable Prevailing Wage Determination
Requesting Additional Work Classifications and Wage Rates Correspond to the Work Performed by Employees
How to Interpret and Apply the Prevailing Wage Determination(s) in Order to Prepare Certified Payroll Records
Compliance With the Labor Standards and Certified Payroll Reporting Requirements
• The Legal Aspects of Preparing and Submitting Certified Payroll Reports, Fringe Benefit Reports and Statement of Compliance
• State Prevailing Wage vs. Davis Forms
• Completing the Forms
• Submitting the Forms - When, How and to Whom
• Common Errors That Require Correction
The Consequences of Noncompliance