The Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) is advising sole proprietors with no employees operating in the transportation industry that enforcement of the requirement to post payroll online is temporarily on hold when subject to public works laws.
This limited category of transportation industry operators without employees will not be required to submit certified payroll records (CPRs) into DIR’s electronic certified payroll reporting system while adjustments to the electronic reporting requirements are implemented.
Transportation companies should have and keep CPRs for all work on public works projects, as the Labor Commissioner, the project awarding body or another agency may request a review of the records at any time.
DIR has additional compliance information on its public works page. The public works community is also invited to subscribe to email alerts on public works topics, DIR’s press releases and other departmental updates.
DIR protects and improves the health, safety and economic well-being of over 18 million wage earners, and helps their employers comply with state labor laws. DIR’s Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE), also known as the Labor Commissioner’s Office, enforces prevailing wage rates and apprenticeship standards in public works projects, inspects workplaces for wage and hour violations, adjudicates wage claims, investigates retaliation complaints, issues licenses and registrations for businesses and educates the public about labor laws.
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