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USDOL holding wage survey training

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division launches its annual Davis-Bacon Wage Survey training seminar this week. National program coordinator Shirley Ebison says the seminar will allow contractors on Guam to learn the survey process and how wage rates are established for base realignment projects on Guam.

"It's very important what we are measuring this year on this survey is be are looking at projects that were constructed between May 1, 2010 and April 30, 2011 so the survey is very current, so any projects that were constructed we are asking contractors who worked on projects to participate in the survey and give us information about how they are paying the employees and what employees are working on those projects," she told KUAM News.

The training will continue tomorrow for all interested contractors and associations starting at 9am on the 3rd floor of the GCIC Building in Hagatna.

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