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Pres. Biden - by: Gage Skidmore

For 2023, the minimum wage required to be paid by US Federal Contractors under Executive Order 14026 increases to $16.20 an hour. Beginning January 30, 2022, all federal agencies were required to incorporate a $15 minimum wage in new contract […]

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Pres. Biden - by: Gage Skidmore

Today is the last day for all federal agencies to have ensured they have incorporated a $15 minimum wage in any of their new contract solicitations. On April 27, 2021, President Joseph R. Biden had signed an executive order requiring […]

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Washington DC Skyline - by Washington Photo Safari

On January 30, the process began for federal agencies to begin incorporating a $15 minimum wage in new contract solicitations. By March 30, 2022, all agencies will need to implement the minimum wage into new contracts. Federal agencies are also […]

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Washington DC Skyline - by Washington Photo Safari

Beginning January 30, 2022, all federal agencies are required to incorporate a $15 minimum wage in new contract solicitations. On April 27, 2021, President Joseph R. Biden had signed an executive order requiring federal contractors to pay $15 per hour […]

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Joe Biden - by The White House, Public domain

On April 27, President Joseph R. Biden signed an executive order requiring federal contractors to pay $15 per hour for employees working on or in connection with a federal government contract. Beginning January 30, 2022, all federal agencies are required […]

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An unanticipated, overnight fight over a minimum wage hike prolonged the adjournment of Delaware’s Legislature until after 8 a.m. Sunday. The $816.3 million bond bill passed along mostly party lines after a compromise had been reached that will allow workers […]

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Cleveland City Council approved a proposal this week to put a minimum wage increase before the voters in a 2017 special election. If passed by the voters, the proposal would increase the city minimum wage to $12 per hour in […]

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Voters will decide whether to increase the city’s minimum wage on November 3. If passed, the initiative would increase the city’s minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2020. Opponents of the measure say such a change could cause businesses […]

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The Washington, D.C. City Council unanimously approved a bill raising the city’s minimum wage to $11.50 per hour. The Council must hold a final vote on the bill and send it to Mayor Vincent C. Gray before it becomes law. […]

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