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Data Diving — Part 1: Learning From History and OFCCP Trends

Although we’d been working with data from the DOL’s Enforcement Database for a couple weeks, hats off to the consultants who beat us to publishing some of it. However, we’re going to take this data in a very different direction in…
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“We don’t need to update our AAP.”

“Being a federal contractor is a privilege.” –OFCCP Director Patricia Shiu, March 22, 2012  “We’re going to skip this year.  We didn’t really hire anyone and we didn’t fire anyone, so we don’t need an AAP this year.” From time…
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FedEx Expresses Conciliation

“Under this agreement, FedEx will have to really examine and revamp its hiring practices across the entire company. The American people ought to have confidence that one of our nation’s most trusted brands will not tolerate discrimination.” –OFCCP Director Patricia…
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The High Cost of Low Priority

One of the hardest jobs we have here is getting buy-in that compliance is a high priority not only due to ethical considerations but also financial ones.  Why companies continue to under-staff or de-prioritize various HR functions—including and especially those…
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The USDA in DOL territory?

This news is a few days old at the moment, but we’d like to comment on it. The US Department of Agriculture recently withdrew a proposed rule that would have affected contractors in the jurisdiction of both the USDA and…
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