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U.S. Department of Labor Sets Record for Largest Wage Discrimination Conciliation Agreements

The U.S. Department of Labor announced that Goldman Sachs & Co. has agreed to pay nearly $10 million dollars to resolve a pattern of compensation discrimination.  Goldman Sachs & Co. entered into an Early Resolution conciliation agreement with the DOL’s…
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EEOC Ends Component 2 Pay Data Collection Rule

On Sept. 11, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced it would not be renewing it’s request to collect EEO-1 Component 2 pay data after it’s current authorization from the Office of Management and Budget expires.  “At this time, the…
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New Virtual Help Desk Continues OFCCP’s Efforts to Increase Transparency and Cooperation

As part of its efforts to improve transparency and promote cooperation with federal contractors, the Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) recently introduced a virtual compliance help desk. The new tool, launched in August, will help…
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Eradicate the Pay Gap and Effect of Past Discrimination in Employment

A recently released ECAR report indicates that the higher education IT field has failed to keep pace with other industries when it comes to diversity, equity and inclusion overall. According to the report, higher education IT lags behind the larger…
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Enterprise Rent-a-Car’s $6.6 Million Hiring Discrimination Suit Reveals Best Practices

Hiring discrimination can cost federal contractors greatly. On July 17, a federal judge ordered Enterprise Rent-a-Car to pay $6.6 million to resolve a decade of hiring discrimination at the rental service’s Baltimore unit. A U.S. Department of Labor Administrative Judge…
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