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The U.S. Department of Labor has announced that an administrative law judge approved a consent decree with The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. that will resolve a lawsuit alleging the company discriminated against some 800 female job applicants at the

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One of EEOC Chair Naomi Earp’s top priorities this year will be launching the agency’s systemic litigation program. The comprehensive program was endorsed by the agency in April 2006.

Speaking before various groups since becoming EEOC chair,

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Last December, DCI’s David Cohen participated in a webinar sponsored by Monster.com where he discussed how the new Internet applicant rule applies in the context of an OFCCP audit. His presentation, “Are You Ready for Your OFCCP Audit?”, and

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David Cohen, President, DCI Consulting Group, Inc., offers another unique “inside the Beltway” perspective on important EEO developments:

A “must-watch” case for employers now pending before the U.S. Supreme Court asks how long an employee

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The EEOC published its semiannual regulatory agenda in the Federal Register on December 11 (71 Fed. Reg. 73984). The following regulatory items are of interest to corporate affirmative action and EEO practitioners:

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  • Disparate
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The Department of Labor published its semiannual regulatory agenda in the Federal Register (71 Fed. Reg. 73540) on December 11, 2006. OFCCP released the following regulatory items of interest to corporate affirmative action and EEO

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OFCCP announced that it recovered a record $51,525,235 for 15,273 American workers who had been subjected to unlawful employment discrimination. Eighty-eight percent was collected in cases of systemic discrimination. The $51.5 million reflects a 14

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