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For those interested in adverse impact analysis, we strongly recommend reading the new book Adverse Impact Analysis – Understanding Data, Statistics, and Risk. The book, co-edited by Dr. Scott Morris (Illinois Institute of Technology) and our own CONTINUE READING

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On October 13, 2016, a wide variety of experts, ranging from data scientists to lawyers, testified at the EEOC to highlight the implications of big data for the American workplace. Big data, as defined by the EEOC press release, includes “the use

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This is the first of two Alerts.  Part I below discusses EEOC v. Scott Medical Health Center [2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 153744], decided on November 4, 2016 by Judge Cathy Bisoon of the Western District of Pennsylvania.  The Scott ruling is summarized

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The case is Villarreal v. R.J. Reynolds [2016 U.S. App. LEXIS 18074] decided on October 5, 2016 in an 8 to 3 en banc ruling by the 11th Circuit.  At issue was an advertisement by the defendant for recent college graduates.  Richard Villarreal, the

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DCI Consulting Group (DCI) had representatives attend the SHRM Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) conference held October 25-27, 2016 in Austin, TX. A draw for the conference was to hear from business leaders on D&I initiatives, such as aligning D&I

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The election has passed, and soon there will be changes at OFCCP. These changes primarily include a new politically appointed OFCCP Director and the shifts this new leadership will bring with it. Looking forward, we have noted recent changes in the

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In light of Pat Shiu’s recent departure from OFCCP (as of 11/6/16) and the continuous buzz around the OFCCP-focused GAO report, we wonder… what’s next? As a follow-up to DCI’s 9/29/16 blog, we wanted to share some interesting similarities

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In Camp v. Bi-Lo, decided October 21, 2016 [2016 U.S. App. LEXIS 19053] by the 6th Circuit, Kenneth Camp worked for Bi-Lo as a grocery stocker for 38 years even though he had a bad back (due to scoliosis) the entire time.  He worked the night shift

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In a recent Alert, I discussed the OFCCP’s filing of a law suit with the Office of ALJs against Palo Alto company Palantir, a technology company.  The claim is that Palantir discriminated systematically against Asian job applicants in hiring in

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The case is Dougboh v. Cisco Systems, Inc. decided on 10/24/16 by Judge William J. Martini of the District Court of New Jersey.  The ruling may be read here.

The facts of the case are that Pascal Doughboh applied online for hundreds of jobs at

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