Swiftly adopt, implement, and enforce the proposed rule to increase the minimum wage for federal contract workers to $15 per hour in 2022 and index it to inflation. More details: https://civilrights.org/resource/re-public-comments-on-rin-1235-aa41-increasing-the-minimum-wage-for-federal-contractors/
Attached you will find the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty's (NMCLP) comments regarding unemployment insurance and outreach. We hope these comments assist the Department in strengthening unemployment insurance and outreach to underserved communities. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Since the $4 trillion plus signed In To law firm have not received a cent, im American yet denied my cut, how people play video games all day on social media get unemployment welfare etc, wait they are puppets they exploit themselves they cry like little bitches yet I continue my lawsuits again the government. Will see DOL in court the buck stops WOTH me
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Both the workforce and wealth of institutional knowledge at the OFCCP shrunk following years of budget cuts and de-prioritization. Building back better will require not only administrative changes to insulate the office from political changes, but also a significant renewed federal funding investment in the office, its purpose, and the millions it serves.