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On March 16, 2016, the EEOC held a public hearing on its proposed revisions to the Employee Information Report (EEO-1). The hearing opened with statements from each of the EEOC commissioners.  Following the EEOC opening statements, OFCCP Director,

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Federal contractors doing business with the federal government must comply with the regulations enforced by OFCCP and during a compliance evaluation, they must submit all items on the scheduling letter. However, some of the proactive analyses that

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Most scientific studies include people talking about “statistically significant” results that support whatever effect they are examining, typically mentioning p-values less than .05 as sufficient evidence. This is true in adverse impact analyses

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The application and approval process for entering into a Functional Affirmative Action Program (FAAP) agreement with the OFCCP is outlined in Directive 305 (renumbered to 2013-01), which became effective on December 17, 2012.

The OFCCP is currently

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On February 25, 2016, a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) was published in light of President Obama’s Executive Order 13706.  The Executive Order, which was signed on September 7, 2015, requires organizations that enter into covered federal

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In addition to the federal government’s national focus on the gender pay gap, individual states have recently been furthering their own agendas for addressing sex disparities in pay as well. Amendments to fair pay laws in both California and New

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Last spring, DCI surveyed Federal contractors to assess participation rates regarding the revised Section 503 regulations (2015 results). The majority of contractors have likely reached a year of full compliance and implementation under the revised

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