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Labor and wage compliance - Payroll submission (CRCS) compliance
Employer submission of payrolls using WisDOT’s Civil Rights Compliance System (CRCS) is a key element in complying with prevailing wage laws.
- Certified payroll reports fact sheet (now includes the keys to weekly payroll report.)
- Weekly payroll information sheet
- Certified payroll training videos
Module 1: Labor laws
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Prevailing wage laws (the Davis-Bacon Act, additional special provisions, and the use of DBE firms, etc.).
Module 2: Wage rates
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Wage rates (worker classifications, premium pay, and future increases, etc.)
Module 3: Payroll
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General payroll information (overtime calculations, fringe benefits, and deductions, etc.).
- Module 1: Labor laws Playing time 00:08:02
- Certified payroll law training schedule
Additional prevailing wage resources for contractors
- Highway Construction Contract Information (HCCI)
- WisDOT aeronautics project managers
- WisDOT equal rights officers
- Department of Workforce Development (DWD) - Prevailing wage rate
- DWD - Dictionary of occupational classifications
- Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
- CRCS - Setup for electronic payrolls Playing time 00:25:20
- CRCS - Correcting electronic payrolls Playing time 00:16:18
- CRCS - Resume project with electronic payrolls Playing time 00:12:22
- How to get subcontractors registered
- Managing electronic payroll projects Playing time 00:30:30
- Contractor's User Manual - Sublet and payments, complete
- Sublets and payments Playing time 00:18:55
Paper-based payrolls (emergency projects)
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Last modified: September 3, 2014
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