- The New Jersey Section of Labor & Workforce Progress (NJDOL) has issued a halt-operate order to subcontractor REB Design and Upkeep LLC for failure to choose the good deductions from its employees’ fork out and for not holding the necessary payroll information related to operate executed on a job in Jersey City, New Jersey. The division also fined REB $19,250.
- The NJDOL explained that the Bound Brook, New Jersey, contractor, who was performing for typical contractor Katerra, compensated 7 staff members with money or checks but did not choose deductions from that fork out. The division ended up citing REB for failure to retain information but also for failure to fork out payroll taxes, improper classification of development workers and failure to have workers’ compensation coverage. Katerra has since replaced REB on the Jersey City job, in accordance to the NJDOL’s press launch.
- The authority that the NJDOL