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|Proposed Emergency Rule||Status|
|Emergency Rule||Effective Date||Expiration Date|
|DWD 80: Worker's compensation computation of the weekly wage for part-time employees – EmR2212||October 15, 2022||March 13, 2023|
|DWD 60: Business enterprise program for blind business operators – Scope Statement SS 084-21||The Secretary-designee approved the Scope Statement on November 4, 2021.|
|DWD 65: Order of selection for vocational rehabilitation services – Clearinghouse Rule CR 22-083||DWD held a public hearing on January 25, 2023.|
|DWD 80: Minor and technical changes to the worker's compensation program – Scope Statement SS 049-21||The DWD Secretary-designee approved the Scope Statement on June 11, 2021.|
|DWD 80: Worker's compensation computation of the weekly wage for part-time employees - Clearinghouse Rule CR 22-072||DWD submitted the proposed rule for legislative review on January 27, 2023.|
|DWD 80.32: Worker's compensation minimum permanent partial disability ratings – Scope Statement SS 048-21||The DWD Secretary-designee approved the Scope Statement on June 11, 2021.|
|DWD 81: Worker's compensation treatment guidelines – Scope Statement SS 050-21||The DWD Secretary-designee approved the Scope Statement on June 11, 2021.|
|DWD 270 and 271: Child labor and street trades – Scope Statement SS 114-21||The DWD Secretary-designee approved the Scope Statement on January 24, 2022.|
|DWD 272 and 274: Minimum wage and hours of work and overtime – Scope Statement SS 107-21||The DWD Secretary-designee approved the Scope Statement on January 14, 2022.|
|DWD 301: Migrant labor – Scope Statement SS 004-22||A preliminary hearing on the Scope Statement was held on April 12, 2022.|
|DWD 801: Wisconsin Fast Forward Workforce Training Grants – Clearinghouse Rule CR 22-056||DWD submitted the proposed rule for legislative review on September 13, 2022.|
|Proposed or Emergency Rule||Public Hearing||Deadline for Submitting Comments||Comment|
The Department of Workforce Development is in the process of preparing an economic impact analysis (EIA) for the proposed administrative rules found below. The Department is interested in obtaining information and advice from businesses, associations representing businesses, local governmental units, and individuals that may be affected by proposed administrative rules. The comments will be considered when the Department prepares an Economic Impact Analysis under s. 227.137, Wis. Stats.
You may comment electronically on a particular rule by clicking on the link in the Submit Electronic Feedback Column for the given rule, or mail feedback to the following:
Department of Workforce Development
Attn: Legal Counsel
P.O. Box 7946
Madison, WI 53707-7946
Pursuant to Executive Order #50 (2011) and s. 227.137, Wis. Stats., the Department must include in an EIA the information for the areas listed below. To review all of the information that must be included in an EIA, you may refer to the Executive Order and statutory provisions.
When submitting comments, please provide specific information for the areas listed below and include any supporting economic data, studies or reports. Please do NOT submit comments on the revisions to the rules at this time.
The following information must be discussed in an EIA:
If you are a small business as defined in s. 227.114(1), Wis. Stats., please identify yourself as a small business in your comments. Please refer to s. 227.19(3)(e)3. and 4., Wis. Stats., for further information when you are preparing your comments as a small business.
You may view the status of current rulemaking and view documents associated with rulemaking at the Wisconsin Administrative Rules website. Wisconsin state agencies value your involvement in agency decision-making and have created this website to make it easy for you to monitor and participate in rulemaking.
Following the public comment period for the EIA, the Department will prepare a "Fiscal Analysis and Economic Impact Analysis" containing relevant information that is received. Once the EIA process is completed, the Department will submit the rule package and economic impact analysis to the Legislative Council under s. 227.15, Wis. Stats., and hearings on the proposed rule will then be held after proper notice in accordance with ss. 227.17 and 227.18, Wis. Stats.
|Proposed Rule||Date Updated||Deadline for Submitting Comments||Comment|