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Revocation of Certificates
Certificates issued under FLSA Section 14(c) reflect both an effective date and an expiration date. Generally, the authority to pay special minimum wages to workers with disabilities remains in effect until the certificate expires, but the Wage and Hour Division may revoke a certificate for the reasons cited below.
An employer will be notified in writing if his or her certificate is revoked. The procedures for revoking a certificate are found in Regulations 29 CFR Part 525.17(b) and 525.18. Employers would be required to pay all workers, from the date of the revocation, at least the full FLSA minimum wage or, where applicable, the full SCA prevailing wage.
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