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The EEOC is moving towards the collection of employee compensation data – albeit very quietly. Although no public announcements have been made, the EEOC is conducting a pilot study to investigate issues related to the collection and analysis of

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Last year’s revisions to OFCCP’s scheduling letter included an addition of detailed compensation data (e.g., bonuses, incentive pay, commissions, merit increases, etc.) to be submitted as part of the itemized listing requirements.  Predictably,

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Today, January, 28, 2015, OFCCP released the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) for the long awaited revisions to the Sex Discrimination Guidelines (RIN 1250-AA05).  The proposed changes are presented to align the guidance with laws, court

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21 January 2015

DCI predicts that the OFCCP will continue to stay busy in 2015.  Here are the top stories and trends we expect to see this year from the agency.

1.) Sex Discrimination Guidelines
2.) Construction Regulations
3.) Equal Pay Report
4.) VETS 4212

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On Tuesday, January 20, 2015, the OFCCP released two FAQs clarifying the self-ID requirements under the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974 (VEVRAA) in light of recent changes to 41 CFR 61-300 (VETS-4212, formerly VETS-100

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The facts of the case are that Brooke Petkas and a class of female applicants for non-office jobs at Mach Mining sued Mach Mining, arguing that the company had never hired even a single female for non-office jobs.  In fact, the company did not even

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The term “Ban The Box” refers literally to the “box” on employment application forms that reference criminal background checks.  On January 15, 2015 NELP updated from its 2013 report its latest figures on states, counties, and

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The case is Bellerose v. SAW No.39, decided by Judge Paul Barbadoro of the District Court of New Hampshire on 12/29/14 [2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 177718]. The facts of the case are that Bellerose, a school janitor, had difficulty communicating with his

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In prior Alerts, we reported that the OFCCP was set to release final rules on banning discrimination against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals in accordance with President Obama’s Executive Order 13672. We also noted that

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The ruling was issued on 12/8/14 by Judge Henry M. Herlong, Jr. of the District Court of South Carolina, Spartanburg Division. The ruling overturns a prior magistrate’s ruling that BMW failed to show that the request would help the company prove

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