Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 118.08 - Procedure and fees

(1) EMPLOYER INITIAL ENROLLMENT. The department shall register an employer in the employer notification program upon receipt of a properly completed employer notification customer agreement form together with the proper fee. The registration of an employer in the employer notification program shall be issued for the calendar year and is valid only during the calendar year for which issued. For each account code issued to an employer, the fee shall be $20 for an application submitted before July 1 of a year and $10 for an application submitted on or after July 1.
(2) RENEWAL. At least 30 days prior to the expiration of an employer notification customer agreement form, the department shall mail to the last known address of the employer a notice of the date upon which the employer's registration fee must be paid and the new employer notification customer agreement form returned. An employer who does not return the renewal form and fee by the date provided in the notice may be removed from the program. The renewal fee for the employer notification program is $20 per account code assigned to the employer.
(3) EMPLOYE REGISTRATION. An application to register an employe in the employer notification program shall be made to the department in writing and shall be accompanied by the required fee of $2.00 per employe enrolled.
(4) EMPLOYE WITHDRAWAL. An application to withdraw an employe from the employer notification program shall be made to the department in writing.

Note: The fee for notification documents shall be $3.00 as established by s. 343.247(2) (b), Stats.

(5) ANNUAL REVIEWS. Annual reviews of the fees established under this section will commence on April 1, 1993, and if the fees need to be raised so as to make the employer notification program self supporting, the fees shall be changed effective 90 days after the annual review date.
(6) FEES. The department shall establish the rate of payment for the employer notification program based on all of the following factors:
(a) The estimated annual volume of employer applications.
(b) The estimated annual volume of employer-generated registrations of employes.
(c) The estimated annual volume of employer-generated withdrawal orders of employes.
(d) The estimated costs of operation, including employe salaries and fringe benefits, office space, office supplies and equipment, postage, computer charges, forms and other necessary expenses.
(e) Such other matters which the department determines have a fiscal impact on the program.

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Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 118.08
Cr. Register, December, 1990, No. 420, eff. 1-1-91.

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