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The U.S. Supreme Court recently agreed to hear an important case involving how far back in time may be considered in an employee’s lawsuit alleging discrimination in pay under Title VII (Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., U.S. No. 05-1074,

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On May 1, 2006, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit reinstated the claims of two white firefighters who were passed over for promotion under the City of Omaha, Nebraska’s 2002 Affirmative Action Plan (Kohlbek v. City of Omaha, No.

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James C. Pierce, Acting Director of the Division of Policy, Planning & Program Development at OFCCP, was named on July 10 to head the agency’s Functional Affirmative Action Plan Unit. The FAAP Unit is based at OFCCP’s national office in the

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David Cohen, President of DCI Consulting Group, Inc., will make a presentation on the OFCCP’s new systemic compensation discrimination standards and voluntary self-evaluation guidelines at the 24th Annual Industry Liaison Group National Conference

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The U.S. Supreme Court has announced that it will hear appeals in two cases that involve the constitutionality of using the race of students to decide public school placements. The cases involve two cities, Seattle and Louisville, Kentucky, that

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission presented the agency’s second annual “Freedom to Compete Award” to seven private and public sector employers for practices that promote access and inclusion.

The awards are part of Chair Cari M.

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