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On October 29th, 2015 OFCCP sent its final Discrimination on the Basis of Sex regulations to OMB’s Office Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) for review and approval.  (Note:  This does not mean that they are final.  All this means is

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In 2013, when the VEVRAA implementing regulations were revised, many contractors were confused by the “active duty wartime or campaign badge” category. The regulations define an “active duty wartime or campaign badge veteran” as a veteran

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We have written several blogs (e.g., regarding the recent Apsley v. Boeing case) discussing the influence of sample size on the likelihood of observing statistically significant indicators in adverse impact analyses. As covered in those blogs, the

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In previous years, DCI has noted that the end of the Federal government’s fiscal year tends to also be a busy time for OFCCP settlements. In our 2014 blog, we identified six settlements with press releases in the month of September alone.  It is

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On September 24, 2015, OFCCP held a celebratory event in Washington, D.C. to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 11246. Secretary of Labor Tom Perez and OFCCP Director Pat Shiu, accompanied by a panel of distinguished

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The consent decree was approved on 9/8/15 by Judge Henry M. Herlong of the District of South Carolina and may be viewed here.

A summary of the decree was also issued by the EEOC that may be viewed here.

Briefly, after BMW switched to a new logistics

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How to Reduce Turnover Using Selection Techniques

DCI will be hosting the next installment in its Webinar Wednesday series on Wednesday October 14, 2015 from 2-2:30 pm EDT.

Tune in to this Webinar Wednesday for a discussion of the benefits of such

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“Gotta Know When To Fold Em”

The Freeman case has been discussed in prior Alerts dated 8/22/12, 9/4/13, 3/3/14 and 3/2/15. In the most recent ruling, decided on 9/4/15, District Court Judge Titus of Maryland ruled that the EEOC owes $938,771.50

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