Applicability of Order This order shall apply to all persons employed in the public housekeeping industry whether paid on a time, piece rate, commission, or other basis, except that: A Except as provided in Sections 1,2,4,10, and 20, the provisions of this order shall not apply to student nurses in a school accredited by the California Board of Registered Nursing or by the Board of Vocational Nurse and Psychiatric Technician Examiners are exempted by the provisions of sections or of the Business and Professions Code; B Provisions of sections 3 through 12 shall not apply to persons employed in administrative, executive, or professional capacities. A person employed in an executive capacity means any employee:
No public official, authorized to contract for or construct with the official's own forces a public improvement, shall fail, before advertising for bids or undertaking such construction with those forces, to have the director of commerce determine the prevailing rates of wages of mechanics and laborers for the class of work called for by the public improvement in the locality where the work is to be performed, as provided in section No member of a public board, commission, or other public authority authorized to contract for or construct with its own forces a public improvement, shall vote for the award of any contract for the construction of such improvement, or vote for the disbursement of any funds on account of the construction of such public improvement, unless such public authority has first had the director of commerce determine the prevailing rates of wages of mechanics and laborers for the class of work called for by such public improvement in the locality where the work is to be performed, as provided in section A No person, firm, corporation, or public authority that constructs a public improvement with its own forces, the total overall project cost of which is fairly estimated to be more than the amounts set forth in division B of section Any employee upon any public improvement, except an employee to whom or on behalf of whom restitution is made pursuant to division C of section The person, firm, corporation, or public authority who fails to pay the rate of wages so fixed also shall pay a penalty to the director of seventy-five per cent of the difference between the fixed rate of wages and the amount paid to the employees on the public improvement.
The director shall deposit all moneys received from penalties paid to the director pursuant to this section into the industrial compliance operating fund. The director shall use the fund for the enforcement of sections The employee may file suit for recovery within ninety days of the director's determination of a violation of sections Where the employee prevails in a suit, the employer shall pay the costs and reasonable attorney's fees allowed by the court.
B Any employee upon any public improvement who is paid less than the prevailing rate of wages applicable thereto may file a complaint in writing with the director upon a form furnished by the director.
The complaint shall include documented evidence to demonstrate that the employee was paid less than the prevailing wage in violation of this chapter. Upon receipt of a properly completed written complaint of any employee paid less than the prevailing rate of wages applicable, the director shall take an assignment of a claim in trust for the assigning employee and bring any legal action necessary to collect the claim.
The employer shall pay the costs and reasonable attorney's fees allowed by the court if the employer is found in violation of sections C If after investigation pursuant to section The director shall bring any legal action necessary to collect any amounts owed to employees and the director.
The director shall pay over to the affected employees the amounts collected to which the affected employees are entitled under division A of this section. In any action in which the director prevails, the employer shall pay the costs and reasonable attorney's fees allowed by the court.
D Where persons are employed and their rate of wages has been determined as provided in section This division does not apply to any agent or representative of a duly constituted labor organization acting in the collection of dues or assessments of such organization.
E The director shall enforce sections F For the purpose of supplementing existing resources and to assist in enforcing division E of this section, the director may contract with a person registered as a public accountant under Chapter G No contractor or subcontractor shall be responsible for the payment of the penalties provided in division A of this section resulting from a violation of sections Amended by th General AssemblyFile No.
See act for effective dates. There is hereby created the prevailing wage custodial fund, which shall be in the custody of the treasurer of state but shall not be part of the state treasury.
The director of commerce shall deposit to the fund all money paid by employers to the director that are held in trust for employees to whom prevailing wages are due and owing.
The director shall make disbursements from the fund in accordance with this chapter to employees affected by violations of this chapter. If the director determines that any funds in the prevailing wage custodial fund are not returnable to employees as required under this section, then the director shall certify to the treasurer of state the amount of the funds that are not returnable.
Upon the receipt of a certification from the director in accordance with this section, the treasurer of state shall transfer the certified amount of the funds from the prevailing wage custodial fund to the industrial compliance operating fund.
Employers who have not established a plan, by a labor agreement or otherwise, for the provision of wages as defined in division E 2 of section In order to facilitate the administration of sections A Upon the director's own motion or within five days of the filing of a properly completed complaint under section B At the conclusion of the investigation, the director or a designated representative shall make a determination as to whether the alleged violation was committed.
If the director or designated representative determines that the alleged violation was an intentional violation, the director or designated representative shall give written notice by certified mail of that determination to the contractor, subcontractor, or officer of the contractor or subcontractor which also shall state that the contractor, subcontractor, or officer of the contractor or subcontractor may file with the director an appeal of the determination within thirty days after the date the notice was received.
If the contractor, subcontractor, or officer of the contractor or subcontractor timely appeals the determination, within sixty days of the filing of the appeal, the director or designated representative shall schedule the appeal for a hearing.
If the contractor, subcontractor, or officer of the contractor or subcontractor fails to timely appeal the determination, the director or designated representative shall adopt the determination as a finding of fact for purposes of division D of this section.
The director or designated representative, in the performance of any duty or execution of any power prescribed by sections For the purpose of the hearing, the director may designate a hearing examiner who shall, after notice to all interested parties, conduct a hearing and make findings of fact and recommendations to the director.Get Hired—Fast Finding and getting a job can be a long, frustrating progress.
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Wage and Hour Division (WHD) Davis-Bacon and Related Acts. Overview. The Davis-Bacon and Related Acts, apply to contractors and subcontractors performing on federally funded or assisted contracts in excess of $2, for the construction, alteration, or repair (including painting and decorating) of public buildings or public works.
(a) An employer, semimonthly or at the time of each payment of wages, shall furnish to his or her employee, either as a detachable part of the check, draft, or voucher paying the employee’s wages, or separately if wages are paid by personal check or cash, an accurate itemized statement in writing showing (1) gross wages earned, (2) total hours worked by the employee, except as provided.
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