by Ahmed Younies and Jacquelyn Peterson Published Monday, October 19, 2015 Duration – 15:00
Many employers approach being a federal contractor based on what they read or hear…enforcement, audit, penalties, etc. Ahmed Younies, President and CEO of HR Unlimited, Inc., shares his perspective on how employers should approach being a federal contractor and subcontractor, and it might surprise you.
On March 4, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that the Obama-era pay data reporting requirement be immediately reinstated. The requirement was originally slated to come into effect this month, but it was blocked by the Trump administration in 2017.
The recent federal ruling comes after a coalition of organizations including the National Women's Law Center,
OFCCP announced just last Friday (2/22/2019) that it will publish a new Corporate Scheduling Announcement List (CSAL) (formerly known as Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letter or Courtesy Scheduling Announcement Letter) in “mid-to-late March.”
In August of last year, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs issued a new directive aimed at increasing the number of focused Compliance Reviews the agency conducts. This year, the
OFCCP Dropped its Appeal to Access Google’s Pay Records
In early February, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs dropped its appeal for broad access to Google’s pay records, pending a compliance review focused on alleged pay disparities affecting women.
The case stems from a 2015 Scheduling Letter that Google received from the OFCCP. The audit has largely
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