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• service contracts and financial assistance in relation to the furnishing of child care services, pre-school services and early intervention services. • contracts where services are incidental to the delivery of products, equipment or commodities.• inter-governmental contracts and financial assistance contracts in regard to industrial development bonds, community development block grant loans and enterprise-zone incentives.
• Employees under 18 years of age who are being claimed as a dependent for federal tax purposes and who are working as an after-school or summer employee.• trainees in a bona fide training program.• disabled employees covered by a current sub-minimum wage certificate issued to the employer by the United States Department of Labor or if the disabled employee would be covered by such a certificate but for the fact that the employer is paying a wage equal to or higher than the federal minimum wage.
• the County.• any entity or person who is a County Financial Assistance Recipient (CFAR).• a County contractor or subcontractor, a County lessee, or a service contractor of a CFAR,• a building services contractor or subcontractor of a County lessee.
Since the Living Wage Law took effect in January 2007, the Living Wage has increased incrementally on August 1 of each year. Today the law requires employees be paid $15.20 (including health benefits) or $17.57 (without health benefits) until July 31, 2022.