1. No contractor or subcontractor may directly or indirectly receive a wage subsidy,
bid supplement, or rebate for employment on a public works project if such wage subsidy,
bid supplement, or rebate has the effect of reducing the wage rate paid by the employer
on a given occupational title below the wage rate required to be paid for such project
pursuant to sections 290.210 to 290.340.
2. In the event a wage subsidy, bid supplement, or rebate is lawfully provided or
received under subsection 1 of this section, the entity receiving such subsidy, supplement,
or rebate shall report the date and amount of such subsidy, supplement, or rebate
to the public body within thirty days of receipt of payment. This disclosure report shall be a matter of public record under chapter 610.
3. Any employer in violation of this section shall owe to the public body double the
dollar amount per hour that the wage subsidy, bid supplement, or rebate has reduced
the wage rate paid by the employer below the wage rate required to be paid for such
project pursuant to sections 290.210 to 290.340 for each hour that work was performed. It shall be the duty of the department to calculate the dollar amount owed to the
public body under this section.
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