Any employer that violates Kentucky's wage laws may face a fine of $100 to $1,000. Violations include:
• Failing to pay employees according to wage payment, minimum wage, or overtime provisions;
• Discharging or discriminating against an employee because that employee has made a complaint, has testified, or is about to testify in any wage proceeding;
• Willfully hindering or delaying the labor commission's investigation;
• Failing to keep and preserve required records;
• Refusing to make any record or transcription accessible to the commissioner ...