On or before January 31 of each year, the secretary shall transmit annually to the
standing committee on commerce of the senate and the standing committee on commerce
and economic development of the house of representatives or any successor committee,
a report, based on information received or developed by the department of labor concerning
misclassification of employees and any investigations related thereto. Such report shall contain the following information for the preceding calendar year:
(a) The number of investigations initiated;
(b) the number of investigations which were closed:
(1) With no assessment being made;
(2) with assessment being made which includes the following information:
(A) An estimate of the amount of unreported payroll;
(B) an estimate of the unpaid taxes or taxes which have not been withheld on such
unreported payroll amount;
(C) the amount of unpaid contributions or other amounts required to be paid under
the employment security act related to such unreported payroll amount;
(D) the total amount of interest assessed;
(E) the total amount of penalties assessed; and
(F) the number of employers found to be employing undocumented workers;
(c) the total amounts collected for each of the categories listed in subsection (b).
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