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Today, April 4, 2017, people across the United States will observe a national day to bring awareness around the gender pay gap. This date symbolizes how far into 2017 women must work to earn what men made in 2016, based on national pay averages.

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Trending in the technology industry is the Atlassian 2017 State of Diversity Report released publicly on the Atlassian website. The report highlights key outcomes of a survey that reached 1,400 technology workers across the United States without a

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As United States employers see increasing legislative requirements for eliminating the gender pay gap, companies around the world are seeing similar trends coming from their national governments.

On April 6, 2017, the UK’s Equality Act 2010

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President Trump recently released two items of interest to this industry: 1) an Executive Order on March 13th directing the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to propose a plan with the assistance of each agency to reorganize the

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The case is Evans v. Georgia Regional Hospital decided on 3/10/17 [2017 U.S. App. LEXIS 4301].  Three things make this case special.  First, it’s a 2-1 opinion that is likely to lead to an en banc ruling by all available 11th Circuit judges. 

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22 March 2017

The case is McKeny v. Middleton, decided on 3/16/17 in the Southern District of Ohio [2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 37912].  Timothy McKeny, an assistant professor in the Department of Teacher Education at Ohio University, was denied tenure by Dean

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With the recent news on diversity and inclusion challenges surfacing at Uber, CEO Travis Kalanick shared workforce diversity data related to technology teams. It was reported that Uber had 15.1% women in technical staff positions. Although other

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DCI has confirmed with OFCCP that a new round of CSAL letters were officially mailed as of February 17th. The letters were sent directly to establishments and “Frequently Asked Questions” resources have been updated on the Department of

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Last week, a Bush administration attorney, Nicholas Geale, was quietly named the Acting Solicitor of Labor.  His name and contact information has been updated on the DOL key personnel website as both the Acting and Deputy Solicitor.

Geale

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Through our previous blog posts, we have kept our readers updated on changes to EEO-1 reporting scheduled to go into effect March 2018. Recently, President Trump put forth a regulatory freeze on new and pending regulations, which affects the revised

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