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Federal Contractor Minimum Wage Increase

The minimum wage for federal contractors may increase to $15.00 on January 30, 2022, up from the current minimum wage of $10.95. President Biden issued Executive Order 14026, which seeks to increase the minimum hourly wage by $4.05 for all federal contractor employees. If implemented: On January 30, 2022, all federal agencies must incorporate the […]

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ESG and Human Capital Reporting: Contemplating Diversity Disclosures

Institutional investors and other stakeholders are seeking better information from public companies on workforce diversity. Company executives and boards are discussing how and what to disclose, and many observers believe the SEC will mandate further disclosures. Auditors are even mapping out attestation services for ESG reporting. But when it comes to disclosing Human Capital information, straightforward […]

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EEO-1 Deadline: Reporting Wage Information

Pay data reporting is on the way for employers. This is particularly true as momentum around equal pay continues to build. At the federal level, on September 30, 2019, the EEOC is requiring employers to provide additional employment data on EEO-1 reports, including information on pay and hours worked, broken down into 12 pay bands, […]

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Does Your Federal Contractor Paid Sick Leave Policy Comply with Prop. 206?

Companies that entered into qualifying federal contracts since January 1, 2017 are required to have a sick leave policy, or an equivalent paid time off policy, that complies with federal Executive Order 13706. That Executive Order requires, among other things, that employers provide up to 56 hours of paid sick time each year. Arizona’s Fair […]

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