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Determining Availability 

DCI will be hosting the next installment in its Webinar Wednesday series this upcoming Wednesday, August 6th at 2:00 PM EST. This session will explore the components used to set up and calculate availability and discuss

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Which Employees Should be Covered in Your AAP and EEO-1 and VETS Reports?

DCI will be hosting the next installment in its Webinar Wednesday series this upcoming Wednesday, July 30th at 2:00 PM EST. In this webinar we will define covered employees

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The amendments were issued on July 21, 2014 amid controversy regarding who is who is not exempted.  The first amendment includes gender identity and sexual orientation as protected groups in EO 11246, which applies to federal contractors, and the

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The case is EEOC v. Grane Healthcare Company, which has three iterations, all at the district court level.  These include an initial ruling on March 15, 2013 [2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 35869], and two rulings on July 7, 2014 [2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS

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The case is Booth v. Pasco County, Florida and Association of Firefighters Local 4420 decided on July 3, 2014 [2014 U.S. App. LEXIS 12838].  The facts of the case are that Anthony Booth filed a grievance against the captain of his fire station

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Beginning tomorrow, July 9th, DCI will host a series of complimentary webinars to provide the federal contractor community with the most up-to-date guidance and tips for ensuring EEO compliance. Register for our Webinar Wednesdays and allow us to

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During a recent release of the revised Section 503 and VEVRAA FAQs on the OFCCP website, the agency outlined their interpretation of how non-responses to the invitation to self-identify as an individual with a disability should be treated in an

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Among the new FAQs released on June 18, 2014, OFCCP responded to the following contractor question:

“If an individual self-identifies as a protected veteran at the pre-offer stage of the application process, but does not self-identify again at the

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OFCCP recently released a series of new FAQs relating to the revised 503 and VEVRAA regulations.  This blog will address the FAQ addressing the definition of “hires” to be used when assessing compliance with the hiring benchmark under VEVRAA. 

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