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What You Need to Know About Changes to the OFCCP’s New Scheduling Letters

The United States Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has seen a lot of changes in recent months after a series of new directives were announced last year. Overall, these initiatives were designed to streamline the agency…
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Judge Orders Employers to Turn Over Pay Data to EEOC by Sept. 30

On April 25, a federal judge ruled that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission will have until Sept. 30 to collect worker pay data from employers.  More than 60,000 employers will have to turn over worker pay data to the EEOC…
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DOL to Launch New Self-audit Program for Federal Contractors

Over the past few years the number of equal opportunity employment complaints received by the U.S. Department of Labor – Office of Federal Contracts Compliance Program (OFCCP) has increased. Between 2015 to 2017, the OFCCP received an average of 648…
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OFCCP Criticizes Poor Diversity and Inclusion Practices at Law Firms

In March, mass media and information firm Thomson Reuters and legal research firm Acritas released a report looking at diversity in corporate law firms. According to the report, low diversity remains an issue in many law firms and legal departments and…
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EEO-1 Pay Data Collection Requirements Reinstated?

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…
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