It’s easy to imagine the effect that workplace accidents have on the morale of employees. Absent an accident, a small business owner isn’t likely to be visited by federal health and safety inspectors very often, if at all. In a related finding, 69 percent of the contractors said their procedures for identifying out-of-scope work were either somewhat effective, or not effective.
Also, working without pay might be dampening profits. The government shutdown is hurting workers and families across the country—many of whom do not earn enough money to withstand this shutdown financially. This shutdown hurts both workers in the direct federal workforce and people working for federal contractors. These are especially tough times for workers employed by the federal government and in contract positions.
As a general question and all quality assurance and reasonable surveillance being adhered to. Policyguy’s reference is a very good in that it addresses one of the primary issues. Gowen said even if lawmakers and the president strike a deal to open government quickly, it may take weeks or more for work on once-halted contracts to begin again. There are over 5 million contract employees working across the federal government, ranging from highly paid consulting and technical jobs to lower paid janitorial and cafeteria jobs. The contract employees are facing additional issues as well. For many years, there has been a debate as to how many contractors are performing work for the government. While the former is fairly easy to determine, the latter is more problematic.