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Over the past six months, DCI has continued to monitor OFCCP enforcement trends and priorities regarding compliance evaluations in FY 2016. In our 2015 blog we noted a reduction in the number of new audit scheduling letters received throughout

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In response to the call for public comments, The OFCCP Institute submitted comments regarding the EEOC’s proposed update to the EEO-1 annual report. The OFCCP Institute’s feedback addresses concerns about the burden estimate and pay data

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The original guidance on Title VII & LGBT discrimination was published in December 2012.  The update, which includes recent cases, settlement, amicus briefs was published on 3/1/16 and may be viewed here.  The original goals, as stated in the

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Today marks Equal Pay Day, which symbolizes the extra days of the year, on average, women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year. Pay equity is attracting a lot of attention in the news, in particular with the tech industry. Facebook

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On March 15, 2016, The Wall Street Journal released an article focusing on the results of pay discrimination investigations carried out by the Office of Federal Contracts Compliance Programs (OFCCP) through their standard compliance review process.

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Recently DCI has noted a new trend in OFCCP enforcement of alleged base pay discrimination. Specifically, upon identifying statistical disparities in base pay, OFCCP has proceeded to enforcement under a theory of disparate impact rather than the

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