USDOL WH Form 347 "Certified Payroll Report Qa Checklist" - New Hampshire

What Is USDOL WH Form 347?

This is a legal form that was released by the New Hampshire Department of Transportation - a government authority operating within New Hampshire. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on August 9, 2012;
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Certified Payroll Report QA Checklist
USDOL WH Form 347
Side A
Name and address of contractor submitting the payroll appears on the payroll
Project name and 5-digit (and letter if applicable) NHDOT job number has been entered
Week ending date appears on the payroll (NHDOT uses Saturdays as week ending date)
Employee’s full name and their identifying number (last 4 of SSN is fine) appears in Column 1
Employee’s work classification appears in Column 3
For contracts having multiple counties: The Contractor must either pay workers the highest rate for the
classification (of the two counties) or show the worker twice on the certified payroll, showing the hours
worked and paid in both counties. Both counties must be indicated on the payroll.
Heading portion of Column 4 has the date and day of the week entered
The number of hours worked has been entered in Column 4 (both s/t and o/t hours have been properly
entered)
Total hours worked (both s/t and o/t) have been entered in Column 5 as appropriate
A rate of pay for both s/t and o/t have been entered in Column 6 (also see note 4 below)
Gross amount earned has been entered in Column 7 (for the project in upper half of box, the overall
gross for all work that week in the lower half of the box)
All deductions have been entered
“Other” deductions have been fully described on Side B, Certification, in the space provided. It is
important the contractor has spelled out unknown acronyms normally used in-house. Other deductions
and employees are matched up with a legend.
Net pay has been entered in Column 9
Side B (Certification Page)
All applicable project information has been entered in the upper left (project name, five digit State
number, and contractor’s name).
A description of “other” deductions has been included in the space provided (if applicable)
If 4a is checked indicating the contractor is taking credit for fringe benefits in order to meet the “total”
rate, a Fringe Benefit Breakout must also be attached (see Note 4 below).
An authorized person has signed the Payroll Certification
Compliance Notes:
1. Salaried Workers: Davis-Bacon applies anytime salaried employees perform work in any classification
20% or more of the workweek. All information must be shown on the payroll.
2. Anytime Apprentices are listed on payrolls, a copy of the USDOL apprenticeship approval form must be
attached to each payroll. The approval must clearly indicate what stage the employee is at in their training so
that a proper wage can be determined (% of the journeyman rate for the applicable classification). A one-to-
one ratio is required between journeymen and apprentices.
3. Primes must submit all payrolls, including those from subs/lower-tiers, to the NHDOT no later than 14
calendar days from the end of the week in which work was performed (please use Saturday as the week
ending date). Prime Contractors may require subcontractors to submit their payrolls earlier to allow the
Prime Contractor sufficient time to perform quality reviews before submitting to the NHDOT.
4. Contractors who use bona fide fringe benefits in order to meet the total rate of pay for a classification
must attach a NHDOT approved fringe benefit breakout to each payroll submission.
5. Multiple Counties in Contract: The County must be indicated on all payrolls (unless highest rate for the
classification is paid by the contractor). The NHDOT may require the submission of times sheets.
Revision: August 9, 2012
Certified Payroll Report QA Checklist
USDOL WH Form 347
Side A
Name and address of contractor submitting the payroll appears on the payroll
Project name and 5-digit (and letter if applicable) NHDOT job number has been entered
Week ending date appears on the payroll (NHDOT uses Saturdays as week ending date)
Employee’s full name and their identifying number (last 4 of SSN is fine) appears in Column 1
Employee’s work classification appears in Column 3
For contracts having multiple counties: The Contractor must either pay workers the highest rate for the
classification (of the two counties) or show the worker twice on the certified payroll, showing the hours
worked and paid in both counties. Both counties must be indicated on the payroll.
Heading portion of Column 4 has the date and day of the week entered
The number of hours worked has been entered in Column 4 (both s/t and o/t hours have been properly
entered)
Total hours worked (both s/t and o/t) have been entered in Column 5 as appropriate
A rate of pay for both s/t and o/t have been entered in Column 6 (also see note 4 below)
Gross amount earned has been entered in Column 7 (for the project in upper half of box, the overall
gross for all work that week in the lower half of the box)
All deductions have been entered
“Other” deductions have been fully described on Side B, Certification, in the space provided. It is
important the contractor has spelled out unknown acronyms normally used in-house. Other deductions
and employees are matched up with a legend.
Net pay has been entered in Column 9
Side B (Certification Page)
All applicable project information has been entered in the upper left (project name, five digit State
number, and contractor’s name).
A description of “other” deductions has been included in the space provided (if applicable)
If 4a is checked indicating the contractor is taking credit for fringe benefits in order to meet the “total”
rate, a Fringe Benefit Breakout must also be attached (see Note 4 below).
An authorized person has signed the Payroll Certification
Compliance Notes:
1. Salaried Workers: Davis-Bacon applies anytime salaried employees perform work in any classification
20% or more of the workweek. All information must be shown on the payroll.
2. Anytime Apprentices are listed on payrolls, a copy of the USDOL apprenticeship approval form must be
attached to each payroll. The approval must clearly indicate what stage the employee is at in their training so
that a proper wage can be determined (% of the journeyman rate for the applicable classification). A one-to-
one ratio is required between journeymen and apprentices.
3. Primes must submit all payrolls, including those from subs/lower-tiers, to the NHDOT no later than 14
calendar days from the end of the week in which work was performed (please use Saturday as the week
ending date). Prime Contractors may require subcontractors to submit their payrolls earlier to allow the
Prime Contractor sufficient time to perform quality reviews before submitting to the NHDOT.
4. Contractors who use bona fide fringe benefits in order to meet the total rate of pay for a classification
must attach a NHDOT approved fringe benefit breakout to each payroll submission.
5. Multiple Counties in Contract: The County must be indicated on all payrolls (unless highest rate for the
classification is paid by the contractor). The NHDOT may require the submission of times sheets.
Revision: August 9, 2012