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  • John C. Fox and Candee Chambers

    OFCCP Week in Review: April 17, 2017

    In today’s edition of OFCCP Week in Review (WIR), John C. Fox and Candee Chambers discuss the missing nominees from Team Trump; the OMB tells all federal executive agencies to start planning to reorganize and downsize; hot topic of EEO-1 compensation reporting; and USDOJ drops lawsuit against North Carolina’s revoked HB2 “Bathroom Bill”.

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  • John C. Fox and Candee Chambers

    OFCCP Week in Review: April 10, 2017

    In today’s edition of OFCCP Week in Review (WIR), John C. Fox and Candee Chambers discuss “Ban the Box” legislation introduced by Congress, which proposed to limit federal contract bidders; and Judge Gorsuch confirmed as Supreme Court Justice.

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  • John C. Fox and Candee Chambers

    OFCCP Week in Review: April 3, 2017

    In today’s edition of OFCCP Week in Review (WIR), John C. Fox and Candee Chambers discuss the congressional resolution to kill “Blacklisting Rule”; Senate H.E.L.P. Committee clears Alexander Acosta; North Carolina “flushes” controversial Bathroom Access Bill (HB-2); and OFCCP lowers protected veterans hiring benchmark to 6.7%.

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  • John C. Fox and Candee Chambers

    OFCCP Week in Review: March 27, 2017

    In today’s edition of OFCCP Week in Review (WIR), John C. Fox and Candee Chambers discuss the continuing nomination hearings for Alexander Acosta and Judge Neil Gorsuch.

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  • John C. Fox and Candee Chambers

    OFCCP Week in Review: March 20, 2017

    In today’s edition of OFCCP Week in Review (WIR), John C. Fox and Candee Chambers discuss President Trump’s issuance of Executive Order 13781 which calls for a comprehensive plan to reorganize the Executive Branch; as well as Trump’s proposed 21% reduction to the USDOL budget.

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  • John C. Fox and Candee Chambers

    OFCCP Week in Review: March 13, 2017

    In today’s edition of OFCCP Week in Review (WIR), John C. Fox and Candee Chambers discuss the joint resolution passed by the U.S. Senate killing the FAR Council’s rule implementing Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces Executive Order; SCOTUS declines to hear Grimm transgender bathroom case; Trump sends Acosta USDOL Secretary nomination to the U.S. Senate; and Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals holds that Title VII does not protect against sexual orientation, while still protecting “gender non-conformity”.

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  • John C. Fox and Candee Chambers

    OFCCP Week in Review: February 27, 2017

    In today’s edition of OFCCP Week in Review (WIR), John C. Fox and Candee Chambers discuss OFCCP’s first administrative complaint seeking to protect sexual orientation; 800 CSALs sent to federal contractors; Trump political nominees began moving into the labor positions; former OFCCP compensation program architect admits no widespread pay discrimination; and U.S. Department of Education withdrew the Obama Administration’s Title IX transgender bathroom use guidance.

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  • John C. Fox and Candee Chambers

    OFCCP Week in Review: February 20, 2017

    In today’s edition of OFCCP Week in Review (WIR), John C. Fox and Candee Chambers discuss the many Senate confirmations within the Veterans Administration and the Office of Management and Budgets, as well as who’s “out” and who’s “in” to be the incoming Secretary of Labor.

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  • John C. Fox and Candee Chambers

    OFCCP Week in Review: February 13, 2017

    Let Your Voice Be Heard | Now Collecting Suggestions for the Trump Administration Regarding Future EEOC & OFCCP Initiatives Deadline to Submit Comments: Tuesday, February 14, 2017 | Submit your comments The OFCCP Week in Review (WIR) is a simple, fast and direct summary of …

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  • John C. Fox and Candee Chambers

    OFCCP Week in Review: February 6, 2017

    In today’s edition of OFCCP Week in Review, John C. Fox and Candee Chambers discuss the OMB’s renewed self-identification form; Victoria Lipnic appointed to Chair of EEOC; White House Press Office indicates Trump Administration will leave Obama LGBTQ Executive Order intact; Andrew Puzder’s Senate confirmation hearing delayed indefinitely; 10th Circuit Judge Neil Gorsuch nominated to U.S. Supreme Court; Senate Judiciary Committee sends Senator Sessions’ nomination to be Attorney General to Senate for full vote; and end of the “Blacklisting Rule” now goes to Senate for a final vote.

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