|01/10/19: to Economic Development & Workforce Investment (H)
|AN ACT relating to the misclassification of employees in the construction industry.
|Bill Request Number
|T. Branham Clark, J. Jenkins, M. Cantrell
|Summary of Original Version
|Create new sections of KRS Chapter 337 to set forth legislative findings and declarations behind employee misclassification problems; provide definitions; set forth determination of misclassified workers; set forth investigation process and violations; establish court remedies; require notice by an employer; grant commissioner authority to promulgate administrative regulations; require agencies to share the information of a misclassifying employer to other interested state agencies; amend KRS 337.990 to establish penalties for violations; amend KRS 45A.485 to prohibit contractors with multiple violations from contracting with the state for two years; amend KRS 131.190 to require the Department of Revenue to provide copies to three other state agencies; create a new section of KRS Chapter 341 to require the Office of Employment and Training to provide copies of orders to three other state agencies; create a new section of KRS Chapter 342 to require the commissioner to provide copies to three other state agencies.
|Index Headings of Original Version
Labor and Industry - Misclassification of employees, construction industry
Occupations and Professions - Construction industry, misclassification of employees
Personnel and Employment - Construction industry, misclassification of employees
State Agencies - Revenue Department, Labor Cabinet, Unemployment Insurance, Workers' Claims Department, information
Unemployment Compensation - Construction industry, misclassification of employees
Wages and Hours - Construction industry, misclassification of employees
Workers' Compensation - Misclassification of employees, information sharing with other agencies
Administrative Regulations and Proceedings - Labor, employee misclassification
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