OFCCP Week In Review: January 20, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: January 13, 2020

  • Yearlong Celebration Activities – ADA is 30!
  • December Employment Situation
  • USDOL Announced its Controversial “Joint Employer” Final Rule
  • Reminder: Invitation To Self-ID Due This Month For Those With Calendar Year AAPs For Individuals With Disabilities
OFCCP Week In Review: January 20, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: December 30, 2019

  • Federal Court Orders OFCCP to Disclose EEO-1 Reports Belonging to 20 Federal Government Contractors
  • NLRB Now Allows Content-Neutral Limits on Union Insignia on Work Uniforms in Customer Service Areas
  • The NLRB Reverts to its Longstanding Policy to Defer to Arbitration Decisions
  • OFCCP Issued a Proposed Rule
OFCCP Week In Review: January 20, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: December 23, 2019

  • Win $100,000 for Innovative Outreach
  • NLRB Restored Longstanding Union Dues Checkoff Rule
  • New 503 Focused Review Resources
  • NLRB Approved Confidentiality in Workplace Investigations
  • Employers Take Back Email Control
  • Federal Agency Engagement Scores Released
  • Budget Passed; President Trump Signed Both Bills Avoiding Government Shutdown
  • WHD Seeks Comments on Paid Sick Leave
  • EEOC Seeks to Close Portal for Component 2 Data
OFCCP Week In Review: January 20, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: December 16, 2019

  • New Resource to Increase Disability Self-Identification
  • DE Talk: Episode 3 Launched Discussing Career Site Accessibility from a Compliance and Recruitment Perspective
  • OFCCP Seeks Comments on Construction Compliance Check Letters
  • Hire Vets Medallion Recipients Announced!
  • DE Hit the Road to Michigan for the Annual AA/EEO & Diversity Conference Hosted by the American Society for Employers (ASE)
  • Update to the FLSA “Regular Rate”
  • NLRB Returns to Pre-Obama Era Legal Test for “Joint-Employer” Status
  • EEO-1 Component 2 Saga Continues
  • NLRB Rolls Back the “Quickie Election”
The “Non-Binary” Dilemma: Federal Gender Reporting When “Male” & “Female” Are No Longer the Only Realities in the Workplace

The “Non-Binary” Dilemma: Federal Gender Reporting When “Male” & “Female” Are No Longer the Only Realities in the Workplace

Employers now face a new challenge: federal gender reporting. Both biology and culture have overtaken the historically simple “binary” reporting systems of the biologically designated sex of human beings. Now what? Get first an understanding of social, legal, and medical nomenclature and experts John C. Fox and Jay J. Wang will share how to best address this growing employment matter.