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Regarding the radio ads. How many spots are required? and is there some specific requirement about the frequency? meaning AM or FM?

If prevailing wage is determined after the ads were placed, is there a risk of denial?

How many days are required for the web site ads to be placed? (for both, the company's and the other one)

We placed a job order with the One Stop Center office but few days later we noticed that there was a mistake in the O*Net Code. We had to request a new prevailing wage determination and got a higher wage. Therefore, we had to place a new job order with the One Stop Center office. What should we do with the first job order we placed?

Answer by Ron Klasko:

1) This issue is not addressed in the regulations or in any guidance. Tammy recently had a PERM case certified where one of the professional ads was placed on the radio for one airing at normal drive time on an all news station.

2) No.

3) Although there is no guidance on this point, I would suggest that the posting on the employer website be for at least 30 days and the internet advertising be for at least one week.

4) Nothing needs to be done with the first job order.