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Moving On Up: Department of Labor Announces Proposed Rulemaking to Raise Minimum Wage for Federal Contractors

On July 21, the DOL announced a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to enforce the Biden Administration’s Executive Order raising the minimum wage for workers under federal contracts to $15 per hour. The proposed rule would go into effect on January 30, 2022. This announcement begins a comment period that will end on August 23, 2021. To record a comment, go to www.regulations.gov. The current federal contract minimum wage is $10.95 per hour.

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J. William Manuel Litigation Attorney Bradley Jackson, MI
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Will Manuel focuses his practice primarily on commercial and employment litigation. He has handled various disputes for both large and small businesses in both Mississippi and other jurisdictions.

Will's clients include numerous manufacturers and commercial interests as well as various insurance and financial services companies. He has worked to defend these clients in both MDL litigation and individual actions brought in Mississippi. Will also has experience in advising businesses on issues involving age discrimination, sexual harassment and...

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