§ 37-26-6. Recordkeeping.
(a) Every contractor with a contract price in excess of one thousand dollars ($1,000) for building services, and each subcontractor who or that performs work on those building services, shall keep an accurate record showing the name, occupation, and actual compensation paid to each worker employed by the contractor or subcontractor in connection with the contract or work. The director and the director’s authorized representatives shall have the right to enter any place of employment at all reasonable hours, for the purpose of inspecting the wage records and seeing that all provisions of this chapter are complied with.
(b) Every service contractor and subcontractor awarded a contract for building services, as defined by this chapter, shall furnish a certified copy of the payroll records of the contractor’s or subcontractor’s employees employed on the contract to the state purchasing entity on a monthly basis for all work completed in the preceding month on a uniform form prescribed by the director of labor and training.
(c) The state purchasing entity, contractor, and subcontractors shall provide any and all payroll records of labor and training within ten (10) days of their request by the director or designee.
History of Section.
P.L. 2022, ch. 232, § 1, effective June 28, 2022; P.L. 2022, ch. 233, § 1, effective June 28, 2022.