OFCCP Week In Review: September 28, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: September 28, 2020

  • Submit Comments on Paid Leave Under FFCRA & CARES Act
  • OFCCP Loses Oracle Case At Trial
  • Trump Issues Executive Order 13950 to Combat Race and Sex Stereotyping Imposing New Requirements on Government Contractors, plus a Bonus Deep Dive Blog Post
  • Department of Labor Proposes New Independent Contractor Test Under the Fair Labor Standards Act
  • USDOL Break-Out Sessions Now Available
  • EEOC Now Fully Staffed With Republican Majority
  • OFCCP Defines “Promotion”
  • Top Organizations Identified to Oversee IRAPs
  • VETS Apprenticeship Pilot Will Help Employers Achieve the VETS Medallion Award
Fresh From the Roost: August

Fresh From the Roost: August

With the dog days of summer behind us (woof to sweltering temps in the 90s!), we’re looking forward to crisp fall weather and new projects in our queue–because after all, the new season offers the perfect opportunity to do something new, bold, and beautiful....
OFCCP Week In Review: September 28, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: September 21, 2020

  • USDOL Agencies Showcase Resources & Award Programs
  • ALERT! OFCCP Made Revisions to the New CSAL!
  • Public Awareness Campaign on Paid Sick Leave
  • The House of Representatives Is Reportedly Engaging in “Political Theatre”
  • National Hispanic Heritage Month
  • Revisions to Paid Leave Under FFCRA Now Effective
  • DirectEmployers Launched Season Two of Its DE Talk Podcast Series By Discussing AI and the Future of Talent Acquisition
  • New Census Data Includes Same-Sex Couple Statistics
  • Discover Apprenticeship Campaign Launched
  • Rest in Peace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
DE Talk Unplugged: The Future of Talent Acquisition Technology

DE Talk | Is the Future of Talent Acquisition Human or AI-Driven?

Season 2 • Episode 1

Talent acquisition is rapidly changing at an unprecedented rate. The use of advanced technology and artificial intelligence is quickly becoming the industry standard. But how do we keep humans in the loop to ensure that the human factor remains in human resources, while also embracing AI? Tune in to see what Peter Weddle, CEO at TAtech, predicts for the future of talent acquisition, how you can address change now by embracing technology and automation, and what, in his opinion, is the greatest danger that exists for the field. (Hint, it’s not what you think it is!)

Subscribe links, guest bios, and full transcript available.

OFCCP Week In Review: September 28, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: September 14, 2020

  • Turmoil Again Grips Joint Employer Business Relationships as a Federal Court Strikes Down Most of USDOL’s Final Joint Employer Rule
  • EEOC Updated its COVID-19 Technical Guide
  • Accommodation Strategies During COVID-19
  • Reminder – Comments on Paid Leave Due By Sept 14th
  • USDOL Inducts the “Rosies” into the Hall of Honor
  • WHD to Revise Paid Leave Requirements Under FFCRA
  • JAN 2021 Monthly Webinar Series Released
  • What is the Future of Autism Hiring Programs?
  • Updates From the Michigan Industry Liaison Group
  • OFCCP’s Latest Audit List Has Many New Twists!
  • OFCCP is Now Seeking Comments On The Controversial AAP Verification Process It Envisions!
OFCCP Week In Review: September 28, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: September 8, 2020

  • OFCCP Says Good-Bye to Ten Billion Dollars in Annual TRICARE Contracts
  • WHD Published Four New Opinion Letters
  • New Minimum Wage for Federal Government Contractors
  • Comment Now on Required Apprenticeship Reports
  • Higher Education Discussion of Coming OFCCP Focused Reviews Sheds Light on Coming Promotion Issues All Contractors Will Have to Face and Resolve
  • USDOL to Trumpet its Assistance and Award Programs
  • Trump EEOC Pulls Back Obama EEOC’s Claimed ‘Section 707’ Authority
  • July Was a Blockbuster Hiring Month, But Individuals with Disabilities and Minority Hires Continued to Lag
  • White House Orders All Federal Agencies to Review Their Race Training Programs and Stop Any Course Which Furthers Racism