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This Just In – OFCCP Just Mailed Scheduling Letters to Selected Federal Contractors To Be Audited

At the end of last week, the OFCCP began mailing Scheduling Letters to selected Federal Contractors.  For the Contractors who received Courtesy Scheduling Announcement Letters previously, be prepared.  Since the case load of Compliance Officers’ is currently more manageable, expect more…
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Do Your Online Application Systems Accommodate Individuals with Disabilities? They Should.

Applying for employment is nerve-wracking enough without a disability.  Try to imagine, then, if you had some form of disability that made it difficult to even navigate the on-line application process.  What if you are blind but the application has…
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Pressure Mounts on Feds to Cut Rule Requiring Pay Data

Last month, Victoria Lipnic, interim Chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) expressed her opinion that the revisions to the EEO-1 form requiring disclosure of pay data from employers should be re-evaluated.  Her statement fell short of advocating outright…
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OFCCP Sends Clear Message with Letters that Audits Will Start Soon

With the new administration still getting its bearings, there was naturally some curiosity as to whether and when the interim director of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) would continue with issuing Courtesy Scheduling Announcement Letters (CSALs).  The…
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In With the New, But Not Quite Out With the Old

A few weeks after his inauguration in January, Donald Trump appointed the only Republican Commissioner at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Victoria Lipnic, as the acting chair of the Commission.  The question on the minds of many employers and human…
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