2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 34 - Labor And Workmen's Compensation
Section 34:11-56.34 - Notice Of Failure To Pay Prevailing Wages; Protest By Worker.

NJ Rev Stat § 34:11-56.34 (2016) What's This?

34:11-56.34 Notice of failure to pay prevailing wages; protest by worker.
10. (a) The fiscal or financial officer of any public body, the lessee to whom the public body is leasing a property or premises or the lessor from whom the public body is leasing or will be leasing a property or premises, having public work performed under which any worker shall have been paid less than the prevailing wage shall forthwith notify the commissioner in writing of the name of the person or firm failing to pay the prevailing wages.

(b)Any worker may within two years from the date of the occurrence of the incident complained of file a protest in writing with the commissioner objecting to the amount of wages paid for service performed by him on a public work as being less than the prevailing wages for such services.

(c)It shall not constitute a failure to pay the prevailing wage rates for the work of a particular craft or classification where the prevailing wage rate determined for a specific craft or classification has been paid and thereafter one or more craft unions contend that the work should have been assigned to their members instead of the members of the specific craft to whom it was assigned or by whom it was performed.

L.1963,c.150,s.10; amended 1990, c.27, s.6; 2007, c.68, s.5.


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