How-Changes-to-Prevailing-Wage-Laws-Affect-Your-Michigan-Builder's-FirmOn June 6, 2018, the Michigan Legislature changed their approach to payments for building contractors working on government-sponsored contract. Act 166, passed in 1965, required that construction workers on state-funded projects be paid higher minimum wages than those employed in residential or commercial efforts. How does this change affect your Michigan builder's firm? Here are some things you should know about these recent legal changes.

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