(a) If a State agency employee observes, has reason to believe, or is in receipt of information regarding a suspected violation of employment related laws or JS regulations by an employer, except as provided at § 653.503 (field checks) or § 658.400 of this chapter (complaints), the employee shall document the suspected violation and refer this information to the local office manager.
(b) If the employer has filed a job order with the JS office within the past 12 months, the local office shall attempt informal resolution. If the employer does not remedy the suspected violation within 5 working days, procedures at part 658, subpart F of this chapter shall be initiated and, if a violation of an employment related law is involved, the violation shall be referred to the appropriate enforcement agency in writing.
(c) If the employer has not filed a job order with the local office during the past 12 months, the suspected violation of an employment related law shall be referred to the appropriate enforcement agency in writing.
Title 20 published on 2012-04-01.
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