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Journey Level Wage Rate from which apprentices' wages rates are computed.

Used to submit the Journey-level wage rate from which the apprentices' wage rate is computed. Form must be submitteed at least annually or sooner if the rates change.



Form
F100-050-000
 
SIF-5A Cover Sheet: Wage Calculations

Used by only self-insured employers and their representatives to calculate and report injured workers’ wages and time loss compensation rates.



Form
F207-156-000
 
Stay at Work Wage Reimbursement Application for Employers

Employer of record can request reimbursement for wages paid to an injured worker during light duty or transitional work. After completing the form, the employer submits it, along with supporting documentation, to the Stay at Work program for review and approval. For expense reimbursements see F243-003-000.



Form
F243-001-000
 
Stay at Work: A new program to help employers keep injured workers on the job--pays half the wage plus expenses

Pamphlet/booklet: Provides an overview Stay at Work, a financial incentive program that encourages Washington employers to find light-duty or transitional jobs for workers recovering from on-the-job injuries. Includes information on eligibility, how to apply, and where to get more information.



Publication
F243-006-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Stay at Work: A new program to help employers keep injured workers on the job--pays half the wage plus expenses (Permanezca en el Trabajo: Una Solución Factible -- Un programa para ayudar a los empleadores a mantener a los trabajadores lesionados en el trabajo -- paga la mitad del salario base además de otros gastos).

Pamphlet/booklet: Provides an overview Stay at Work, a financial incentive program that encourages Washington employers to find light-duty or transitional jobs for workers recovering from on-the-job injuries. Includes information on eligibility, how to apply, and where to get more information.



Publication
F243-006-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
Wage Transcription and Computation Sheet

Employer uses this to show time worked and wages earned for an employee.



Form
F700-024-000
 
Washington State Prevailing Wage Law

Booklet: Contains the prevailing wage laws (RCWs) and rules (WACs) as well as plain language descriptions and contact information.



Publication
F700-032-000
 
Minimum Wage Law Exemptions

Covers exemptions to Washington state minimum wage law.



Publication
F700-051-000
 
Minimum Wage Law - Truck Drivers

Record keeping provisions and overtime for truck & bus drivers.



Publication
F700-095-000
 
Application for Special Certificate to Employ at A Subminimum Wage Rate

Employer Application for Special Certificate to Employ at A Subminimum Wage Rate.



Form
F700-120-000
 
Application for Special Certificate to Employ A Vocationally Handicapped Worker at at Subprevailing Wage Rate

Employer Application for Special Certificate to Employ A Vocationally Handicapped Worker at at Subprevailing



Form
F700-122-000
 
Interested Party Checklist for the Filing of Prevailing Wage Complaints

Checklist used for the filing of Prevailing Wage Complaints by "Interested parties" ONLY.



Form
F700-129-000
 
Prevailing Wage Complaint and Instructions

Ask L&I to conduct an investigation into a prevailing wage violation that affects one or more employees. See box 30 on the form to see what types of complaints are covered.



Form
F700-146-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Prevailing Wage Complaint Instructions - Spanish - Instrucciones para el Registro de una Queja Sobre Salario Prevaleciente

Ask L&I to conduct an investigation into a prevailing wage-related issue that affects one or more employees.



Form
F700-146-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
Plain Talk Summary of Prevailing Wage Laws: Understand Your Responsibilities and Rights When Performing Public Work - Spanish (Resumen de las Leyes de Salario Prevaleciente en Lenguaje Sencillo Entienda sus Responsabilidades y Derechos al Hacer Trabajos Públicos)

8.5" X 11" sheets: Provides a summary of prevailing wage laws and rules in Spanish. This publication is only available in Spanish. For similar information in English, read the Washington State Prevailing Wage Law booklet.



Publication
F700-152-999
 
What You Need to Know if You Don't Get Paid: A Worker's Guide to the Washington State Wage Payment Act-English/Spanish (Lo que necesita saber si no recibe su pago: Una guía para el trabajador de la ley del pago de salario del) estado de Washington
Fact sheet: Summarizes workers' rights and responsibilities regarding minimum wage, pay, work hours and overtime and explains how to file a wage complaint. Includes answers to several commonly asked questions.

Publication
F700-153-909
 
How To Calculate Your Wage in Agriculture

Fact/Information sheet: Shows piece rate workers how to calculate their wages to check if they are being paid minimum wage.



Publication
F700-171-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Cómo calcular su salario en agricultura - (English) How To Calculate Your Wage in Agriculture

Hoja de información: Muestra a los trabajadores por contrato como calcular sus salarios y verificar si le están pagando salario mínimo.



Publication
F700-171-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
Guía para Contratar Contratistas Independientes en el Estado de Washington

Pamphlet/booklet: Designed to help employers determine if their workers are employees or independents under Washington's workers' compensation, workplace safety, wage and hour and unemployment tax laws. Includes a short "test" and helpful references.



Publication
F101-063-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
Your Independent Medical Exam: For Employees of Self-Insured Businesses
Pamphlet: Answers the most common questions about when and why an injured worker may be required to attend an independent medical exam. Includes the "IME Travel & Wage Reimbursement Request" form. This publication is for use only by self-insured businesses and their workers.

Publication
F207-202-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Your Independent Medical Exam: For Employees of Self-Insured Businesses - Spanish (Su Examen Médico Independiente: Para empleadores de negocios autoasegurados)
Pamphlet: Answers the most common questions about when and why an injured worker may be required to attend an independent medical exam. Includes the "IME Travel & Wage Reimbursement Request" form. This publication is for use only by self-insured businesses and their workers.

Publication
F207-202-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
Stay at Work Expense Reimbursement Application for Employers Tools, Clothing, Training.

Employer of record can request reimbursement for tools, clothing, or training expenses required to enable an injured worker to return to light duty or transitional work. After completing the form, the employer submits it, along with supporting documentation, to the Stay at Work program for review and approval. For wage reimbursements see F243-001-000.



Form
F243-003-000
 
Your Independent Medical Exam

Pamphlet/booklet: Answers the most common questions about independent medical exams and when and why an injured worker may be required to receive one. Includes the "IME Travel & Wage Reimbursement Request" form.



Form
F245-224-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Employer Rights - Wages Paid

Covers penalties for employer wage violations. Once stock runs out in warehouse, this form will be internet only.



Form
F700-058-000
 
Agricultural Employer Worksheet

Used by agricultural employers to assist them in determining if they are following the state Agricultural Employment Standards and the Minimum Wage Act for their employees.



Form
F700-125-000
 
Request for Assistance in Obtaining Certified Payroll Records
Used to request copies of Certified Payrolls for prevailing wage projects.

Form
F700-141-000
 
Victim Verification Form

For use by crime victims requesting wage replacement compensation



Form
F800-110-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
What Are Your Rights as a Worker?

Fact sheet: Provides a brief overview of the worker rights administered by the Department of Labor and Industries. These include certain employment-related rights and rights pertaining to workplace safety and workers' compensation benefits.



Publication
F101-061-909

Alt Language(s):
English/កម្ពុជា
English/한국의
English/русский
English/Việt
 
Parent / School Authorization for Employment of a Minor and Special Variance

For legal guardians and school officials to approve the hours and work activities for a minor employee to work according to terms listed by the employer. The Special Variance allows additional hours of work for 16- and 17-year-olds and is described on the form. All parties must sign to approve the hours of work for a minor regardless of the number of hours listed. This is NOT a work permit. Employers must obtain a minor work permit endorsement on their Master Business License where they employ workers under 18.

For hiring youth only during non-school weeks, you may use form F700-168-000 Parent Authorization Summer Work  



Form
F700-002-000
 
Record Keeping Provisions - Employment Standards

This form is for employers to use to keep records on every employee.



Form
F700-009-000
 
Application for Farm Labor Contractor License

Used to apply or renew a license.



Form
F700-014-000
 
Teens at Work: Facts for Employers, Parents and Teens

Pamphlet/booklet: Answers questions employers, parents and teens may have about employing teen workers (ages 14-17). Explains non-agriculture work rules, including the necessary permits, hours and work conditions. Provides links to other resources.



Publication
F700-022-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Farm Labor Contractor Assignment of Account or Time Deposit

Farm Labor Contractor assignment of account or tme deposit for employee



Form
F700-060-000
 
Payment of Wages - RCW 49.48.010 and 49.52.050

This is a copy of the law that pretains to the payment of wages to an employee when they stop working for an employer. The wages due to the employee for the pay period worked prior to leaving.



Form
F700-064-000
 
Farm Labor Contractors Bond

Notarized farm labor contractors bond coverage.



Form
F700-066-000
 
Variance Application - For exceptions from specific rules governing employment of minors.

Employer uses this application for requesting a variance to employment regulations for minors.



Form
F700-076-000
 
Washington State OverTime Law

Covers compensation for employees in Washington State working overime.



Publication
F700-079-000
 
Farm Labor Contractor Registration

Fact Sheet: Explains how to get a farm labor contractor license in order to operate legally as a farm labor contractor in Washington State.



Publication
F700-088-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Variance Application - Employment Standards

Employer application request for a variance from employment standards for non minor employees.



Form
F700-089-000
 
Washington State Deduction Laws

Deductions for current & terminated employees and employer liability for paying less than required.



Form
F700-097-000
 
Internal Revenue Service Tax Compliance Certification

Form to gain Internal Revenue Service Tax Compliance Certification for registered Farm Labor Contractors. Now includes IRS form 8821 Tax Information Authorization.



Form
F700-098-000
 
Department of Employment Security Tax Compliance Certification

Form to gain Department of Employment Security Tax Compliance Certification for registered Farm Labor Contractors.



Form
F700-099-000
 
Department of Revenue Tax Compliance Certification

Form to gain Department of Revenue Tax Compliance Certification for registered Farm Labor Contractors.



Form
F700-100-000
 
Farm Labor Contractor Complaint Form

Used to file a complaint against a Farm Labor Contractor, landowner, employer, or other where a possible infraction is concerned.



Form
F700-109-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Farm Labor Contractor Checklist

Farm Labor Contractor's Checklist to ensure compliance.



Form
F700-112-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Employing Children Under Age 14 in Non-Agricultural Jobs

Fact sheet: Explains when employers can and cannot employ minors under age 14 in non-agricultural jobs. Details the process for obtaining court permission when hiring minors under 14 is allowed.



Publication
F700-117-000
 
Employer Petition to The Court for Minor Work Permit Under Age 14

Petition to The Court for Minor Work Permit Under Age 14 by Employer.



Form
F700-118-000
 
Court Form Granting Permission for Employment of Minors

Form from Court Granting Permission for Employment of Minors to the employer.



Form
F700-119-000
 
Summary of Agricultural Employment Regulations and Farm Contractor Requirements

This summary is on employment laws relating to the agricultural industry.



Publication
F700-124-000
 
Sports Teams and Youth Workers

Fact sheet: Explains the requirements for sports organizations that engage young people as volunteers or employees to referee, assist or work for the organizations. The focus is workers' compensation coverage and minor work rules.



Publication
F700-130-000
 
Application for House to House Sales Sales Employer Registration Certificiate

Used by employers to register as employing minors who will be engaged in house-to-house sales, as required by WAC 296-125-024, with Labor and Industries.



Form
F700-121-000
 
Hiring Teens this Summer?

Flier: Provides important information about hiring teens, including extra safety precautions, as well as legal requirements regarding minor work endorsement, hours and prohibited duties. Provides telephone, e-mail and Web contacts for more information.



Publication
F700-142-000
 
Worker Rights Complaint Form

This is the Worker Rights Complaint Form. Both the 12-2011 and 10-2010 versions are valid.



Form
F700-148-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Worker Right Complaint Form (Spanish) Formulario de Queja sobre los Derechos Laborales

Worker Rights Complaint Form. Both the 10-2010 and 12-2011 versions are valid.



Form
F700-148-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
Wage-and-Hour Questions Employers Often Ask

Fact sheet: Provides answers to questions related to pay requirements, deductions from pay, hiring a teen worker, employee uniforms and access to personnel file. Includes contact information if an employer needs assistance with a specific situation.



Publication
F700-150-000
 
Affidavit of Wages Paid EHB 2805 Addendum
F700-164-000 is an addendum to your Affidavit of Wages Paid Form. RCW 39.04.370 requires you to complete form F700-164-000 if the prime contract is at a cost of over one million dollars ($1,000,000). If you fail to properly provide the requested information more than one time between September 1, 2010 and December 31, 2013, pursuant to RCW 39.04.350(1)(f) you will not be considered a responsible bidder qualified to be awarded a public works project. Use as many of these forms as you need in order to provide the requested information for all relevant project items. This is an addendum to form F700-007-000.

Form
F700-164-000
 
What Are Your Rights when You Work for a Farm Labor Contractor? (English/Spanish) / ¿Cúales son sus derechos cuando trabaja para un contratista de trabajadores agrícolas?

Fact sheet: Provides an overview of rights workers have when they are employed by a farm labor contractor. Several topics are covered, including regular wages, workplace safety, and help if injured on the job.



Publication
F700-067-000
 





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