READ THE FINE PRINT – Why Some Employers May Unknowingly Be Subject to the $10.10/hr Minimum Wage
Michael Greene’s article “READ THE FINE PRINT – Why Some Employers May Unknowingly Be Subject to the $10.10/hr Minimum Wage” was featured in CRI on May 8, 2015.
In the article, Michael Greene discusses the importance of understanding the Executive Order 11246 and reading the fine print.
Michael states that despite miles of red tape, the burdens of federal contract work can be softened if employers read the fine print before signing a contract. As long as employers are aware of their obligations and plan accordingly, they can be profitable all while complying with the numerous rules and regulations of the OFCCP.
This article was picked up by CRI on May 8, 2015.