(1) Drafts or checks shall be made payable to
the order of individual workers.
(2) The term "termination of the period of
employment for which the worker was employed" means termination by either party
for whatever reason.
payment under s.
(b), Stats., shall not be allowed unless the
employer is unable to determine the amount of piece rate wages owed a worker
because of a lack of confirmation from a processor buyer.
(4) Any additional wages due a worker under
(b), Stats., shall be paid within 2 days
after such wages are determined.
(5) Every employer shall furnish to each
migrant worker an individual wage statement. A wage statement may not combine
information on wages earned by multiple members of a family. Wage statements
shall show the amount of gross and net wages paid by the employer to the
worker, the number of hours worked, and the amount of and reason for each
deduction from the wages of the worker. A reasonable coding system may be used
by an employer.
for deductions or withholding from wages must be specific as to the amount and
reason for the deduction. A general statement authorizing the employer to make
deductions for future loans, services, loss or damage to property shall be
(7) In cases affecting
migrant workers, the statutes and rules authorizing the department to
investigate and collect wage claims and enforce the wage and hour laws may be
administered by the bureau of migrant services.
Wis. Admin. Code Department of Workforce Development § DWD 301.08
Cr. Register, April,
1978, No. 268, eff. 5-1-78; renum. from, Ind 201.08, Register, February, 1993,
No. 446, eff. 3-1-93; cr. (7), Register, December, 1997, No. 504, eff. 1-1-98;
CR 07-018: am. (5) Register December 2007 No. 624, eff.