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A federal judge in Phoenix recently ruled that Northern Arizona University (NAU) violated the civil rights of 40 white male faculty members by giving salary raises to female and minority professors, but not to them. The white male professors alleged

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DCI, in conjunction with FortneyScott and ORC Worldwide, will be presenting a comprehensive seminar for contractors on incorporating the final OFCCP standards and guidelines when evaluating their compensation practices for systemic

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Shortly after the final interpretive standards and voluntary guidelines for compliance with Executive Order 11246 with respect to systemic compensation discrimination were released on June 16, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

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As most of you are now aware, OFCCP released its long-awaited final interpretive standards for evaluating systemic compensation discrimination, along with voluntary guidelines for federal contractors to self-evaluate their compensation systems last

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OFCCP released its long-awaited final guidance on evaluating systemic compensation discrimination, along with voluntary guidelines for federal contractors to self-evaluate their compensation systems.

DCI Teleconference Scheduled Today: DCI has

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Tomorrow, Friday, June 16th, The Department of Labor’s OFCCP will release its new final standards for evaluating systemic compensation discrimination, along with guidelines for federal contractors to self-evaluate their compensation systems. The

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Women’s Prerogative, an online community for women, recently launched a new equal pay campaign aimed at FORTUNE 100 CEOs.

The group is seeking signatures to a petition that urges employers to make sure their pay practices are fair. The petition,

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Wal-Mart recently broke new ground by posting its entire EEO-1 report on the company’s Web site. An article by SocialFunds.com reports that Wal-Mart’s public disclosure came in response to a shareowner resolution filed by members of the Interfaith

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The OFCCP published a notice in today’s Federal Register soliciting public comments on a proposed three-year extension of the Secretary of Labor’s Opportunity Award, Exemplary Voluntary Effort (EVE), and Exemplary Public Interest Contribution

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued expanded policy guidance on race and color discrimination at a public meeting on April 19 in Washington, DC. The guidance was unanimously approved by the five-member Commission.

What does the

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