SHARE:
Facebook Twitter Linkedin
The OFCCP provides an advanced courtesy notification to those federal contractors and subcontractors that have an identified establishment(s) for a possible compliance evaluation. This advanced notice comes in the form of a courtesy letter,
CONTINUE READING
SHARE
Facebook Twitter Linkedin
Last week, we announced that the disability self-identification form had been approved by OMB, but was not yet available on the OFCCP website. This week, the form is up on the OFCCP website.

Now that everyone has had a chance to get a look at the

CONTINUE READING
SHARE
Facebook Twitter Linkedin

The new OFCCP regulations addressing affirmative action obligations for protected veterans (VEVRAA) and individuals with disabilities (Section 503) were published in the Federal Register on September 24, 2013 and will become effective in two months,

CONTINUE READING
SHARE
Facebook Twitter Linkedin

[Editor’s note: This blog entry was originally posted on December 17, 2013.]

The Department of Labor’s (DOL) semiannual regulatory agenda was released on November 26, 2013. With the year 2013 coming to an end, let’s take a look at what the

CONTINUE READING
SHARE
Facebook Twitter Linkedin

Contractors have been eagerly waiting for the final disability self-identification form, and now the wait is over! The form was approved by OMB yesterday, and is located here. As of this writing, the form does not yet appear on the OFCCP CONTINUE READING

SHARE
Facebook Twitter Linkedin

In an email sent on Janaury 13, 2014, OFCCP Director Pat Shiu announced Janette Wipper as the new Regional Director of the Pacific Region. Wipper will assume duties from Acting Regional Director Melissa Speer, who will remain the Regional Director

CONTINUE READING
SHARE
Facebook Twitter Linkedin

The informal letter (available here) is in response to a request for information from the EEOC about apprentice training programs and employment training for ex-offenders. The original request was written by an inmate scheduled to be released after

CONTINUE READING
SHARE
Facebook Twitter Linkedin

The case is LaFata v. Dearborn Heights School District No.7, decided by District Court Judge Patrick J. Duggan of the Eastern District of Michigan, Southern Division, and may be viewed here.

The facts of the case are that Adam LaFata, was working

CONTINUE READING
SHARE
Facebook Twitter Linkedin

The case is Price v. Berkshire Farm Center and Services for Youth, decided by District Court Judge Lawrence E. Kahn of the Northern Division of New York, and may be viewed here.

The facts of the case are somewhat absurd. Price, an employee at the

CONTINUE READING
SHARE
Facebook Twitter Linkedin