U.S. Department of Labor Expanding Federal Compliance Force

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  • June 30, 2020


  The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) will hire an additional 55 investigators and 8 technicians to support its efforts to assist employers and ensure compliance with federal requirements.

Investigators conduct investigations to determine employers’ compliance with applicable federal labor laws. Technicians provide front-line support for these efforts, including receipt and evaluation of incoming complaints and providing compliance assistance information for employers, workers and other stakeholders.

Last year, WHD collected a record-setting $322 million in wages owed to workers. The Division also conducted a record-setting 3,700 public events to educate employers and workers alike about their workplace rights and responsibilities.

Are you Compliant?

Industry experts estimate that at least 50% of Contractors are currently out of compliance. Did you know that Contractors are also subject to fi­nes and penalties, both civil and criminal, if their subcontractors are out of compliance with the DOL requirements?

Not knowing your duties is not a defense against compliance deficiencies! With penalties and sanctions becoming more frequent and often substantial, now is the time to put a strategic partner to work for you and your bottom line.

We Can Help

GSA National understands the bid implications of SCA compliance and can help you navigate the ever changing and complex compliance landscape. Let our team of compliance experts be the asset that increases your ability to submit winning proposals.

If you have questions or concerns about your organizations operations as they relate to the Service Contract Act, contact us at sca@gsanational.com or call 1-800-250-2741 ext. 170.

Whether you are looking for a phone consultation, a high-level Service Contract Act Overview, or full day training custom-geared for your team, GSA National has a solution for you.

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