Vinaya Sakpal, M.P.S.

Vinaya Sakpal, M.P.S.

Vinaya Sakpal is an Associate Consultant with the EEO Compliance team at DCI Consulting Group, Inc. Vinaya’s work primarily focuses on development of affirmative action plans for clients and providing assistance with equal employment opportunity reporting. Previously as an analyst with DCI’s Personnel Selection and Litigation Support team, she assisted the team on various employee selection and litigation support projects that involved designing and validating selection systems to improve selection efficiency and reduce adverse impact. She has also assisted senior consultants on various other special projects such as compensation equity analyses, expert testimony preparation and proactive adverse impact analyses. Vinaya graduated with her second master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from University of Maryland, Baltimore County in 2014. Her first master’s degree in Industrial Psychology was from SNDT University in India.

Prior to joining DCI, she worked as an intern at Freddie Mac assessing organization wide human capital risk related to staffing, operational issues, and change readiness. Vinaya earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Mumbai University, India. Her previous experiences include design and delivery of soft skills trainings for multiple corporations in India.

Vinaya Sakpal’s Recent Posts

VETS announced mid-September that the deadline for filing VETS-4212 reports would be extended to November 15, 2017 to accommodate the needs of those companies impacted…  Read more
On August 18, 2017, Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (VETS), an agency of the Department of Labor, released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to…  Read more
At the 2017 National ILG (NILG) conference held in San Antonio, TX, Thomas Dowd, acting Director of OFCCP, and Debra Carr, Director of Policy, Planning…  Read more
In June, The Institute for Workplace Equality sent a letter to the Department of Labor (DOL) requesting that the filing period for VETS coincide with…  Read more
There is no official news from the EEOC on the status of the pay component of the revised EEO-1 reports. As of now, the EEO-1…  Read more
OFCCP brought a lawsuit against Baker DC, LLC (Baker) alleging denial of access and contractor non-compliance with an ongoing compliance review, and thereby violating Executive…  Read more
A private compensation discrimination case alleging Allsteel discriminated against three former female managers in pay was brought to the attention of the Eighth Circuit Court. …  Read more
On February 16, Alexander Acosta, Dean of Florida International University (FIU), was nominated for Secretary of Labor, after the first nominee Andrew Puzder withdrew his…  Read more
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