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21 April 2009

by Sul-Kee Kim, David Morgan & Keli Wilson, DCI Consulting Group

DCI attended the Personnel Testing Council of Metropolitan Washington’s (PTC/MW) monthly Luncheon Meeting on April 15, 2009. Rich Tonowski, Ph.D., Chief Psychologist at EEOC, gave a

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by David Morgan & Eric Dunleavy, DCI Consulting Group

The 24th Annual Conference for the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) took place April 2-4, 2009 in New Orleans, LA. DCI staff were among those who attended and

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by Fred Satterwhite, Senior Consultant, DCI Consulting Group

The Office of Labor-Management Standards issued a final rule on March 30, 2009, to rescind the regulations at 29 CFR Part 470, which had implemented the now-revoked Executive Order 13201.

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David Cohen, President of DCI Consulting Group, and Eric Dunleavy, Ph.D., Senior Consultant at DCI, published an article in the March 2009 Quarterly of the Personnel Testing Council of Metropolitan Washington DC (PTC/MW). The article, entitled

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The EEOC has announced that United Airlines will pay $850,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging the airline’s overtime policy violated the Americans With Disabilities Act. The lawsuit alleged that United’s policy of denying the opportunity to work

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The EEOC has announced that it published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) in the Federal Register to implement the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA). The proposed rule would implement GINA’s strict restrictions on employers

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The EEOC has announced that the Big Vanilla Athletic Club in Baltimore will pay $161,000 to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by the EEOC. The lawsuit alleged that the club sexually harassed several female employees at the company’s

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The EEOC has announced that a federal court ruled that its lawsuit on behalf of a disabled sales manager employee could not be blocked. The ruling stems from a lawsuit brought by the EEOC against Autozone, one of the nation’s largest retailers of

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The EEOC has announced that Union Pacific Railroad will pay $75,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by EEOC alleging the company refused to hire a female applicant to a system material foreman position even though she had more seniority than the other

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The EEOC has announced that Fitzhaugh Farm in Maryland will pay $180,000 to settle a sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuit in which it had alleged the Farm sexually harassed a female farmhand. The lawsuit also claimed the Farm terminated the

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