For projects that are publicly-funded or backed by the government, contractors and subcontractors have to submit a certified payroll. A certified payroll typically mentions the number of employees working on the project, their wages, the benefits they are entitled to, and the type of work they do.
If you’re a construction company that has won a bid, it is imperative to understand the purpose of certified payroll reporting, the rules that govern it, and how to put it together. The Davis-Bacon Act of 1931 makes it mandatory for contractors to comply with certain rules in order to avoid penalties. We take risk out of the equation with our simple software solution.