It would appear that the Trump administration is in no hurry to undo the Obama administration rule mandating paid sick leave for federal contractors, including those who operate their private businesses on federal properties. You will recall that President Obama issued an Executive Order back in 2015 that called for companies under federal contract to provide their employees with paid sick leave. In response, last September, the Department of Labor issued regulations mandating 56 hours of paid leave for all employees of companies bidding on construction and/or service contracts (including restaurants) with the federal government. It was thought that the Trump administration would quickly undo those regulations, but that regulation has remained in place as the administration and Congressional leaders have focused on other Obama-era rules and regulations thought to be more egregious. Hopefully, there’ll be more to report soon.