NLRB Standardizes Education for Immigrants of Their Rights Under the National Labor Relations Act
Mental Health Awareness Month – What Can You Do?
Free Two-Day Virtual Forum On Construction and Government Contracting
Department of Homeland Security Extends Expiration of Employment Authorization Documents
EEOC to Discuss Discrimination and Harassment in Construction – Open to Public Viewing
EEOC and USDOL To Host Webinar Series on Advancing “Workplace Equity”
GAO Offered Service Contract Act Enforcement Insights When It Reported Progress to The U.S. Senate Budget Committee, But Also The Need For Further Improvement As To Five Recommendations GAO Made In 2020
The Great Resignation Moved into an Even Higher Gear as Short-Term and Long-Term Unemployment Both Continued Essentially Unchanged For April 2022, But More Workers Lost Touch
I-9 Form Flexibility Extended, Again…This Time to October 31, 2022
Advisory Committee on Apprenticeship to Hold Public Meeting
NLRB Taps into the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service for Good Faith Bargaining Assistance
New Federal Contractor Audit List Coming in May (This Month!)
Mind The Gap: Are Your Recruiters Prepared?
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Held that the NLRB General Counsel Job is a Species of Political Appointments Subject to the Advice and Consent of the Senate Which Does Not Guarantee the Appointee’s Term in Office
Job Accommodation Network Shifting Communication Strategy to Meet Employer Needs
Deadline Looming For EEO-1 Survey – Then Its Failure To File Phase
But There Are Several Disconcerting Initiatives Of Concern To Contractors OFCCP’s “FY 2023 Congressional Budget Justification” seeks $147,051,000 and hopes to increase its employee headcount by 208 from 420 to 628 employees. This is close to the 188-employee headcount...