On The Level Newsletter

On The Level is an email newsletter covering Labor & Industries' efforts to combat the underground economy.

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  • PDF file link October 2014 (422 KB PDF)
    Fraud blotter—Whatcom County Jail contractor pays back wages—Protect My Home campaign moves to YouTube and Hulu—Paper credits L&I for chasing contractors who cheat workers—Free L&I workshops for contractors.
  • PDF file August 2014 (387 KB PDF)
    Jail for unregistered Seattle contractor—A sweeping update on catching unregistered contractors—Criminal referrals, prosecutions on the rise—Stay up to date on fraud, job safety and more—Statewide campaign urges public to report fraud.
  • PDF file May 2014 (394 KB PDF)
    Surprise sweeps snaring unregistered contractors—Advisory group helps L&I fight underground economy—Of Mariners, Mike Holmes and ProtectMyHome.net—Sunny days signal start of paving scam season—Marketing business cards.
  • PDF file January 2014 (282 KB PDF)
    2013 in review—Fraud blotter—Weekend work snags violators—Construction Underground Economy Advisory Committee.
  • PDF file October 2013 (241 KB PDF)
    Construction Underground Economy Advisory Committee (CUEAC) update—Educating consumers across the state—Sweeping up violators on the weekends—Fraud blotter—Prevailing Wage job-site referrals.
  • PDF file August 2013 (233 KB PDF)
    Construction Underground Economy Advisory Committee—Independent Contractor Guide update—Paving scams return to the Pacific Northwest—See something, say something—Trust but verify.
  • PDF file April 2013 (265 KB PDF)
    Combating the underground economy in construction—ProtectMyHome partners with Holmes on Homes—Debarred contractor and violations update—Fraud blotter—Standard work for auditors.
  • PDF file January 2013 (68 KB PDF)
    Searching for unregistered contractors—2012 Annual Fraud Report
    Fraud blotter—New ProtectMyHome consumer campaign starting—Auditing the right employers.

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