The Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces final rule going into effect in October will require contractors to potentially shed light on labor law skeletons in the closet when submitting Federal bids. A contractor’s history of compliance with several labor laws will now come into play in the determination of contractor responsibility prior to award of a federal contract.
What do contractors need to report? For the 14 federal labor laws listed below, as well as equivalent state laws (currently only OSHA-approved State Plans), prime contractors and subcontractors will be required to disclose civil judgements, administrative merits determinations, and arbitral …read more
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