MyLCM 2.0: Web-based Labor Compliance Management System
Seattle Housing Authority has implemented MyLCM, a web-based software application for labor compliance management. This system is designed to fulfill and streamline various federal and state reporting and monitoring requirements on its construction projects.
- U.S. Department of Labor prevailing wage decisions
- State of Washington prevailing wage rates
- HUD routine maintenance wage rates (PDF, 56 KB)
- HUD non-routine maintenance wage rates (PDF, 269 KB)
- Washington State job classification descriptions
- Washington State apprenticeship programs & standards
- Washington State apprentice registration database
More information relating to prevailing wage
- Making Davis-Bacon Work - A Contractor's Guide to Prevailing Wage Requirements 2012
- What is Bona Fide Fringe Benefits?
Contractors are required to post the following posters at the Construction Job Site:
- Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law (EEOC-P/E-1 Rev 11/09) – to be posted at all construction job sites
- Notice to all Employees Working on Federal or Federally Financed Construction Projects – to be posted at construction job sites that are federally funded
- Employee Rights Under the Davis-Bacon Act (WH 1321 Rev 04/09) – English & Spanish Versions – to be posted at construction job sites that are subject to the Davis Bacon Act
Contractor and employee forms are available in Word, Excel, or PDF format (download Adobe Reader).
- Certified payroll instructions & form
- Request for additional classification and rate (PDF, 62 KB)
- No work performed (PDF, 16 KB)
- Authorization to sign payrolls (PDF, 20 KB)
- Certification of EEO report (PDF, 9 KB)
- Affidavit of restitution paid (PDF, 12 KB)
- Authorization for voluntary payroll deductions (PDF, 76 KB)
- Record of employee interview, English (PDF, 16 KB)
- Record of employee interview, Spanish (PDF, 16 KB)
- Weekly report of subcontractors on site (Excel, 20 KB)
- Weekly report of subcontractors on site (PDF, 12 KB)
SHA is committed to ensuring that workers are paid properly and for all the hours they work. If you have a wage and hour related complaint regarding an employer, you may contact SHA Prevailing Wage Complaint Hotline.