WAIT! We’ve Seen This Movie Before! New Biden DE&I Order for the Federal Executive Branch Duplicates the Prior In-Force Obama DE&I Executive Order and the EEOC’s Management Directive to All Federal Agencies
OFCCP Continues Its Climb in Best Places to Work
EEOC Conciliation Transparency Merry-Go-Round Comes to An End
What Happened First? First, at the direction of the Chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”), Charlotte A. Burrows, the Commission published an EEOC Press Release from the “Washington D.C. Headquarters” of the “U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity...
OFCCP Issues Statement Commemorating One Year Anniversary of Bostock Decision
Dispute Breaks Out at EEOC Between Republican Commissioners and the Democrat Chair Over Whether the Chair May Issue Policy Guidance Without a Commission Vote: Control of Commission Policy at Stake…And the Transgender Bathroom Issues are Back!
Supreme Court Issues Narrow Opinion in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, Punts on Broader Constitutional Conflict Between Religious Freedom and LGBTQ+ Protection Issues
USDOL Sent Its Proposed Rule to OMB to Raise the Minimum Wage for Federal Contractor Employees to $15 per Hour
Secretary of Labor Walsh Pushes for Increase in Compensation Levels to Disqualify More Employees from Exemption from Overtime Under the FLSA
Breaking News: Biden Administration Proposes Rule Reinstating “80/20” Policy in Minimum Wage Rate for Tipped Employees
President Biden on Friday released his request to the Congress for a budget for the Executive Branch of the federal government for Fiscal Year 2022 (beginning October 1, 2021). All major federal agencies and sub-agencies also published their “Congressional Budget...