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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission unanimously approved a comprehensive plan last month to make fighting systemic discrimination its top priority. This new program represents a major change in the agency’s fundamental priorities.

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(UPDATE – June 16, 2006: FINAL COMPENSATION GUIDELINES HAVE BEEN RELEASED – CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS)

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) recently completed its review of OFCCPÂ’s standards for evaluating systemic compensation discrimination

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OFCCP recently released a new directive to clarify the agency’s policy regarding news releases and contacts with the media. This directive supersedes previous guidelines and policy guidance pertaining to news releases and other media

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As part of the EEOC’s continuing reorganization plan, the agency is offering early retirement to headquarters employees and has requested limited buyout authority, according to an internal memo from EEOC Chair Cari Dominguez on May 8, 2006.

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The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), the largest federal employee union representing 600,000 federal and D.C. government workers nationwide and overseas, has launched a national campaign to increase awareness about the current

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DCI President David Cohen and Vice President of Government Relations Harold Busch attended the U.S. Department of Labor‘s awards ceremony luncheon in Washington, DC on April 26, 2006.

At the ceremony, OFCCP announced the 2005 Exemplary Voluntary

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C. H. Robinson Worldwide (“CHRW”) has reached a $15 million settlement in principle to resolve the sex discrimination claims of a class of approximately 1,500 salaried female workers (Carlson v. C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc., D. Minn., No. CIV

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