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Although CJ did not intentionally fail to pay its workers the prevailing wage rate or intentionally falsify certified payroll reports, CJ was debarred pursuant to ORS 279C.860 and OAR 839-025-0085 because Jennifer Friedman, a person debarred in case no. Coast 2 Coast Construction, LLC (January 26, 2017), Case No. Four claimants filed wage claims with the Agency in which they alleged that Respondent had employed them and not paid them all the wages they had earned.When Respondent produced no records to show the hours worked and amounts paid to the claimants, the forum relied on the credible testimony of three claimants to determine that they were owed 3.00, 7.25, and ,531.50, respectively, in unpaid, due, and owing wages in the amounts.The forum awarded no unpaid wages to the fourth claimant because his testimony as to his hours worked and the amount of wages he was paid was not credible and there were no credible records on which to base an award of unpaid wages. Respondent was ordered to pay Claimants a total of ,196 in unpaid, due and owing wages. Respondent violated ORS 653.045(2) and OAR 839-020-0083 by failing to provide records requested by the Agency that were related to the employment of two workers.Respondent willfully failed to pay these wages and was ordered to pay Claimants ,880 each in ORS 652.150 penalty wages. No civil penalties were assessed because the Agency did not allege that the violation was “willful.” Cite this case as The Agency’s Order of Determination ("OOD") alleged that four wage claimants worked on two public works projects ("ACMA" and "EG"), that Claimants were entitled to be paid the prevailing wage rate for their work on both projects, that they were paid a lesser agreed rate, and that Respondents were Claimants’ joint employers. The forum concluded that Respondent terminated Complainant’s employment because of her scheduled service on a jury in violation of ORS 10.090(1).(“​Frehoo”), an adult entertainment club featuring nude female dancers, subjected a 15-year-old female dancer to unlawful sexual harassment by Frehoo’s customers in violation of ORS 659A.030(1)(b) and OAR 839-005-0030(5), (7).Civil penalties of ,046.60 were imposed on Portland Flagging, A D Traffic and Tri-Star for failing to pay the prevailing wage rate.Additionally, civil penalties of ,000 were assessed against Portland Flagging, A D Traffic and Tri-Star for filing 51 inaccurate certified payroll reports, and an additional civil penalty of

Although CJ did not intentionally fail to pay its workers the prevailing wage rate or intentionally falsify certified payroll reports, CJ was debarred pursuant to ORS 279C.860 and OAR 839-025-0085 because Jennifer Friedman, a person debarred in case no. Coast 2 Coast Construction, LLC (January 26, 2017), Case No. Four claimants filed wage claims with the Agency in which they alleged that Respondent had employed them and not paid them all the wages they had earned.When Respondent produced no records to show the hours worked and amounts paid to the claimants, the forum relied on the credible testimony of three claimants to determine that they were owed $133.00, $437.25, and $4,531.50, respectively, in unpaid, due, and owing wages in the amounts.The forum awarded no unpaid wages to the fourth claimant because his testimony as to his hours worked and the amount of wages he was paid was not credible and there were no credible records on which to base an award of unpaid wages. Respondent was ordered to pay Claimants a total of $2,196 in unpaid, due and owing wages. Respondent violated ORS 653.045(2) and OAR 839-020-0083 by failing to provide records requested by the Agency that were related to the employment of two workers.Respondent willfully failed to pay these wages and was ordered to pay Claimants $2,880 each in ORS 652.150 penalty wages. No civil penalties were assessed because the Agency did not allege that the violation was “willful.” Cite this case as The Agency’s Order of Determination ("OOD") alleged that four wage claimants worked on two public works projects ("ACMA" and "EG"), that Claimants were entitled to be paid the prevailing wage rate for their work on both projects, that they were paid a lesser agreed rate, and that Respondents were Claimants’ joint employers. The forum concluded that Respondent terminated Complainant’s employment because of her scheduled service on a jury in violation of ORS 10.090(1).(“​Frehoo”), an adult entertainment club featuring nude female dancers, subjected a 15-year-old female dancer to unlawful sexual harassment by Frehoo’s customers in violation of ORS 659A.030(1)(b) and OAR 839-005-0030(5), (7).Civil penalties of $27,046.60 were imposed on Portland Flagging, A D Traffic and Tri-Star for failing to pay the prevailing wage rate.Additionally, civil penalties of $51,000 were assessed against Portland Flagging, A D Traffic and Tri-Star for filing 51 inaccurate certified payroll reports, and an additional civil penalty of $1,000 was imposed for failing to submit a certified payroll statement for the week ending December 8, 2012.

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Although CJ did not intentionally fail to pay its workers the prevailing wage rate or intentionally falsify certified payroll reports, CJ was debarred pursuant to ORS 279C.860 and OAR 839-025-0085 because Jennifer Friedman, a person debarred in case no. Coast 2 Coast Construction, LLC (January 26, 2017), Case No. Four claimants filed wage claims with the Agency in which they alleged that Respondent had employed them and not paid them all the wages they had earned.

When Respondent produced no records to show the hours worked and amounts paid to the claimants, the forum relied on the credible testimony of three claimants to determine that they were owed $133.00, $437.25, and $4,531.50, respectively, in unpaid, due, and owing wages in the amounts.

The forum awarded no unpaid wages to the fourth claimant because his testimony as to his hours worked and the amount of wages he was paid was not credible and there were no credible records on which to base an award of unpaid wages. Respondent was ordered to pay Claimants a total of $2,196 in unpaid, due and owing wages. Respondent violated ORS 653.045(2) and OAR 839-020-0083 by failing to provide records requested by the Agency that were related to the employment of two workers.

Respondent willfully failed to pay these wages and was ordered to pay Claimants $2,880 each in ORS 652.150 penalty wages. No civil penalties were assessed because the Agency did not allege that the violation was “willful.” Cite this case as The Agency’s Order of Determination ("OOD") alleged that four wage claimants worked on two public works projects ("ACMA" and "EG"), that Claimants were entitled to be paid the prevailing wage rate for their work on both projects, that they were paid a lesser agreed rate, and that Respondents were Claimants’ joint employers.

The forum concluded that Respondent terminated Complainant’s employment because of her scheduled service on a jury in violation of ORS 10.090(1).

(“​Frehoo”), an adult entertainment club featuring nude female dancers, subjected a 15-year-old female dancer to unlawful sexual harassment by Frehoo’s customers in violation of ORS 659A.030(1)(b) and OAR 839-005-0030(5), (7).

Civil penalties of $27,046.60 were imposed on Portland Flagging, A D Traffic and Tri-Star for failing to pay the prevailing wage rate.

,000 was imposed for failing to submit a certified payroll statement for the week ending December 8, 2012.

The NOI sought ,270.60 in civil penalties and debarment of BAS, BMC, and Marc Brown. Six wage claimants worked for Respondent in March, April, and May 2016.

The Agency established by a preponderance of the evidence that Respondent Frehoo, Inc.

The forum awarded Complainant ,514.35 in back pay, 8.79 in out-of-pocket expenses and 0,000 in emotional, mental, and physical suffering damages.

The forum found that Respondents were unfit to act as farm labor contractors and revoked their license pursuant to ORS 658.445(3); OAR 839-015-0520 (3)(o); OAR 839-015-0135(1)(c).

In the Matter of Portland Flagging, LLC; A D Traffic Control Services, LLC; Tri-Star Flagging, LLC; Portland Safety Equipment, LLC; Phoenix Construction Group, Inc.; SBG Construction Services LLC; GNC Construction Services LLC; and Evan Williams and Kenya Smith aka Kenya Smith-Williams (February 29, 2016), Case No. Respondents Portland Flagging and A D Traffic failed to pay the prevailing wage rate to 13 workers on public works projects when they did not make timely deposits to the workers’ fringe benefit accounts.

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