Working Remotely: Best Practices to Cope with Coronavirus

As of March 16, there are more than 168,000 confirmed cases of the disease known as the Coronavirus around the globe.  The Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is believed to have originated in China and has since spread to numerous countries throughout the world, including Italy, Iran, Spain and France. More than 6,600 people have died from…
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Time Warner Cable to Pay $745K in Early Resolution Agreement

On February 19, the United States Department of Labor announced that Time Warner Cable LLC had agreed to pay $745,000 to resolve hiring discrimination violations.  The telecommunications company was subject to a routine evaluation by the DOL’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs. During the evaluation, the OFCCP found hiring discrimination violation at three Time…
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New Technical Assistant Guide Provides Best Practices for the Construction Industry

In 2016, the United States Department of Labor sued a Maryland-based construction contractor for alleged employment discrimination against 150 employees. The suit was one of several against federal construction contractors in recent years, some of which have resulted in costly settlements.  In November of last year, the DOL’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs released…
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