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Records an Employer Must Keep to Document a Prevailing Wage Survey
Employers must be able to document that the prevailing wage surveys were conducted on a timely basis and that the information received was accurate.
The prevailing wage information should be solicited, preferably in writing, and the employer conducting the survey should record the following information regarding each prevailing wage survey contact:
This information must be retained for at least three years. A good way for the employer to ensure that a respondent is providing his or her firms experienced-worker wage rate is to also ask them for, and also record, the corresponding entry-level wage rate.
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