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On August 1, 2016, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, signed “an act to establish pay equity.” The law passed unanimously in the House and Senate to remedy the gender wage gap. It clarifies the previously ambiguous definition of comparable

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The case is Hively v. Ivy Tech Community College decided on July 28, 2016.  The facts of the case are that Kimberly Hively was hired by the college as a part-time adjunct professor in 2000.  Subsequently, she applied for six different full time

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The Labor Department and the Federal Regulatory Council published final guidance and regulation on the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces.  DCI will evaluate this new rule and will provide insight and perspective in the near future.

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In accordance with the revised Section 503 regulations, federal contractors are required to invite applicants and employees to voluntarily disclose disability status and include these figures in their affirmative action plans. This information is

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Did you receive a scheduling letter this summer? If so, you’re not alone. DCI has seen a wave of OFCCP scheduling letters received by establishments in June and July.  Many of the audit letters were for establishments that were on the Corporate

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