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There are too many rulings in this case to summarize all of them in a single Alert. So I will stick to what I consider the four major acts in a play that is likely to continue. On May 14, the 2nd Circuit ruled in the latest version (Act IV) of US &

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Join us for a webinar to discuss OFCCP’s recent notice to federal contractors on the use of the 2006-2010 American Community Survey (ACS) EEO Tabulation in the development of their annual AAPs. OFCCP has informed federal contractors that the date

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In an ongoing series of blog posts, we will be dissecting portions of Directive 307 to highlight the potential pitfalls with the Directive’s prescriptions for conducting pay equity analyses. At issue this week is OFCCP’s oversight regarding the

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When examining pay equity issues, the OFCCP and federal contractors historically took the approach of comparing Whites to an aggregate of all protected groups (total minorities). In the past few years, OFCCP has moved away from a White-Minority

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OFCCP recently reiterated that Federal contractors or subcontractors seeking compliance assistance from the OFCCP can do so without fear of retaliation, in the form of a compliance evaluation, as expressed in the OFCCP’s Non-Retaliation Policy for

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The settlement was reported on April 25, 2013 in a DOL News Brief (see http://www.aila.org/content/default.aspx?docid=44199). For undisclosed reasons, the specifics of the settlement have, as of this writing, not appeared in the OFCCP news site (see

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The settlement was reported on the OFCCP website on April 25, 2013 (see http://www.dol.gov/opa/media/press/ofccp/OFCCP20130706.htm). According to the release, the hiring process favored women for entry-level attendants because of the perception that

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OFCCP announced May 15, 2013 that federal contractors will be required to use data from the 2006-2010 special EEO file starting January 1, 2014. Meaning, federal contractors with an affirmative action plan date of January 1, 2014 or later will need

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Based upon the FY 2013 Budget Request to Congress, OFCCP planned to release in final form the Veterans and Disabilities regulations sometime in April of 2013. However, those regulations are still at OFCCP going through “revisions” and have not

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To claim protected class membership under the ADA, the individual must prove (a) disability within the meaning of the law (an impairment that significantly restricts a major life activity) and, (b) qualification (ability to perform the essential job

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