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Today, on the anniversary of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, President Obama will announce that the EEOC is proposing a pay equity report that will be added to the existing EEO-1 report. This proposed revision would require all employers with 100

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The case is Cannon v. Jacobs Field Services (JFS) decided on January 13, 2016 by the 5th Circuit Court [2016 U.S. App. LEXIS 531].  The facts of the cases were that JFS made Michael Cannon, a mechanical engineer with 20 years experience, a

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The case is Chavez v. Credit Nation Auto Sales decided by the 11th Circuit on January 14, 2016 [2016 U.S. App. LEXIS 598].  This is not the first time the 11th Circuit has ruled in favor of a terminated female transgender employee.  The 11th

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In this multi-part blog series, we will cover various topics relevant to the Federal Contractor community as it relates to statistical analyses. We begin our series with a topic that is often misunderstood by both practitioners and enforcement

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As contractors prepare for 2016, we want to share some reminders on what to be prepared for in the New Year with the OFCCP and EEO compliance. 

1.)    First full year of 503/VEVRAA analytics under Subpart C

Contractors were required to come

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The OFCCP Institute (“The Institute”) recently submitted comments in response to OFCCP’s Proposed Renewal of Information Collection Requirements, published on October 29, 2015, which describes proposed changes to the Scheduling Letter and

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11 January 2016

If the recently passed federal FY2016 budget is any indication, Congress is not pleased with the current direction of OFCCP.  The first indication of this displeasure is the actual budget appropriation for OFCCP. OFCCP asked for a $7.2 million

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