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The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), a proposed bill in each Congress since 1994, is about to fail for what, by my count, would be the 11th time.  The bill was proposed to amend Title VII to treat lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender

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We have spent a lot of time in earlier blogs discussing the potential problem with voluntary self-identification rates for disability and how that would impact the utilization analysis. In addition, we wrote a white paper  about this issue.  This

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OFCCP submitted a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to OMB on Friday, November 21.  Once OMB reviews, it will be placed on the federal register for notice and comment.  Contractors should be on the lookout for the proposed rule and provide

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A month and a half has now passed since the release of the new scheduling letter, and the OFCCP has finally provided  federal contractors with some guidance on submission of employee compensation data under ‘Item 19’ of the itemized listing.

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The OFCCP has selected a new regional director for the Southeast Regional Office.  Sam Maiden will be the new director of OFCCP’s Southeast Regional Office starting on December 14. Sam will lead a team of 108 staff working in the regional

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DCI will be hosting the final installment in its Webinar Wednesday series today, November 12th, at 2:00PM EST. This session will discuss the importance of completing a steps analysis in order to evaluate

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OFCCP has posted a new FAQ detailing the acceptable options for a contractor in documenting the voluntary invitation to self-identify as an individual with a disability. Based on contractors’ varying technology capabilities and practices, the FAQ

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Art Gutman recently summarized the ruling in Lopez v, City of Lawrence, a police promotion disparate impact case.   In this case, a district court judge ruled in favor of the employer along multiple dimensions, and rejected aggregation of

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