Senate Hears Bill To Streamline Stop Work Orders for Employers Who Don’t Pay
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Legislators heard testimony Tuesday on a bill to expedite the process for jobsite stop work orders.
Right now, if an employer is accused of not paying workers or not providing workers’ compensation coverage, a stop work order has to get through Superior Court. That could take weeks.
This bill would streamline the process by allowing the New Hampshire Department of Labor to issue the order directly.