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The Three Things Human Resources Professionals Now Need To Do Following The Dobbs Decision (Reversing Roe)

The Three Things Human Resources Professionals Now Need To Do Following The Dobbs Decision (Reversing Roe)

Here are all 213 pages of the Slip Opinions of the SCOTUS in DOBBS, STATE HEALTH OFFICER OF THE MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, ET AL. v. JACKSON WOMEN’S HEALTH ORGANIZATION ET AL. This is almost half-a ream of paper. Heck, the Syllabus alone (the Clerk of the Court’s unofficial summary of the case decision) is eight pages in length…

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OFCCP Week In Review: June 27, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: June 27, 2022

  • Spring 2022 Regulatory Agenda Recycles OFCCP Items From Previous Agendas; WHD And NLRB List Significant Items
  • House Appropriations Subcommittee Approved FY 2023 Bill; OFCCP Funding In Line With President Biden’s Request
  • E-Verify Released Seven New Case Processing Enhancements To Increase Awareness of Duplicate Cases & Improve Search Functions
  • ODEP Announced “Disability: Part of the Equity Equation” As The Theme For National Disability Employment Awareness Month in October
  • ODEP Is Seeking More Particularized Information About Employees with Disabilities
  • The Three Things Human Resources Professionals Now Need To Do Following The Dobbs Decision (Reversing Roe)
  • EEOC Announced The Addition Of A New “X” Gender Marker To Charge Intake Process
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OFCCP Week In Review: June 27, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: June 20, 2022

  • OMB Is About to Overhaul Federal Data Collections of Race and Ethnicity Information: Federal Contractors Beware of Coming New Data Collection and Reporting Burdens
  • New Biden Executive Order Details Plan For Feds To Collect Sexual Orientation, Gender identity, and Sex Characteristics Data: An Old Acronym Now Takes Center Stage: SOGI. Federal Contractors Beware of Coming New Data Collection And Reporting Burdens
  • USDOL Wage & Hour Division Published a Proposal to Revise the Existing WD-10 Form for Federal Construction Contractors
  • NLRB Majority Holds That Trump-era “Block-Charging” Rule Does Not Prevent NLRB Staff from Issuing Merit-Based Dismissals of Election Petitions – Even Without a Full Evidentiary Hearing
  • OMB And GSA Announced A “Technology Modernization Fund”
  • USDOL’s Wage & Hour Division Issued New Guidance Limiting Subminimum Wages To Disabled And Young Employees: No Rulemaking, Yet Again.
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OFCCP Week In Review: June 27, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: June 13, 2022

  • DirectEmployers Welcomes Cynthia L. Hackerott to the Week In Review Reporting Team
  • SCOTUS Limits Federal Preemption Otherwise Requiring Arbitration Of Airport Ramp Workers Claims
  • President Biden Nominated Karla Gilbride to Be the Next EEOC General Counsel
  • U.S. Senate Blocks Biden Nominee To Lead EBSA; But She is Likely To Nonetheless Get Confirmed Following An Upcoming “Déjà Vu Procedural Motion
  • ODEP “Disability and The Digital Divide” Report: Significant Access Gap to Computers/Internet Hurts Employment
  • Home Depot Employee’s Display of Black Lives Matter/BLM on Work Apron Was Not a Protected Activity; Employer’s Enforcement of Dress Code Did Not Violate NLRB, ALJ Concludes
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OFCCP Week In Review: June 6, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: June 6, 2022

  • Survey Says…Participants Prefer Online Mediation For EEOC Charge Resolution
  • EARN Released Short Video To Assist Employers in Mental Health Awareness
  • Federal Court Finds Georgia County Employee Medical Insurance Program Violated Title VII On Its Face By Denying A Transgender Female Employee “Sex Change” Surgery Coverage
  • NLRB Revised Electronic Notice Posting Requirement
  • May’s Employment Situation Relatively Status Quo from April
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