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S. Oregon Business Faces BOLI Penalties

boliPORTLAND, Ore. — The Bureau of Labor and Industries says a southern Oregon company didn’t pay fair wages will be ineligible for public projects for 3 years.

Hard Rock Concrete, Inc. must pay $13,600 in civil penalties for failing to pay workers fair wages.

BOLI says “An earlier investigation found that Hard Rock Concrete Inc. intentionally failed to pay seven contractors $8,911.02 while working as a subcontractor on a public works project in Jackson County for Hillside Elementary School. The company also filed inaccurate certified payroll reports.”

With the debarment, the company joins more than 90 other firms that BOLI has made ineligible to work on public projects because of wage violations. A full list of debarred companies can be found here.