- OFCCP Plugs Its ”Early Resolution Procedures” With A Report of Results
- NLx Research Hub Announced – A New Look at the Skills Gap
- USDOL Awarded $80 Million in Apprenticeship Grants to Help Close the Skills Gap
- USDOL Awarded $42 Million in Youth Apprenticeship Grants to Help Four Industries Beat the Skills Gap
- NDEAM Theme Announced for October Observance
- OFCCP’s Ambitious “Final Stretch” Regulatory Agenda
- OFCCP Final Rule: TRICARE Health Care Providers Rejoice as Agency Declares It Lacks Authority Over Them
- President Trump Amends Immigration Proclamation For Clarity
- June Unemployment Numbers Continue to Decline
- Prior Pay History? Still a “Jump Ball:” Law Continues to Vary by Location and Protected Status
On Thursday, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ducked. The Court refused to hear the case of Yovino v. Rizo (Docket # 19-1176). This case raised the question of whether the Equal Pay Act (EPA) made it unlawful to set a new hire’s pay based SOLELY on...
- NLRB Rules Confidentiality Provisions in Arbitration Clauses Relating to the Rules Under Which an Arbitration May be Conducted are Permissible
- Apprenticeship Pilot Launched for Transitioning Service Members
- Employment Discrimination Data Now in Visual Formats
- President Trump Halts New Foreign Worker Visas
- USDOL Launched Interactive FFCRA Eligibility Tool
- NLRB Restores Employer Right to Discipline Before a First Contract
- WHD Issued Five New Opinion Letters
- USDOL’s Wage and Hour Division Hiring
- WHD Issued Guidance on FFCRA and Summer Camps
- OFCCP Updated Scheduling Letter FAQs
For over a century, employers have had the duty of ensuring diverse individuals are incorporated within their workplaces, and the task remains just as crucial today. Whether you have a dedicated individual in charge of this effort or an official program run throughout...
Working from home, coupled with warm sunny days, has not stopped our Roosters from tackling projects, building recruitment marketing masterpieces, and launching sites for clients near and far. Speaking of projects–the Recruit Rooster team has spent countless hours...
- Additional 30-Day Extension on I-9 Flexibility
- Advisory Meeting on Veterans Outreach
- EEOC Says “No” To Antibody Tests
- USDOL To Host Compliance Assistance Webinars
- DACA Roller Coaster Continues as SCOTUS Strikes Down Trump Administration Rescission of Program, but ALSO Says the President May Rescind it if he Does it the Right Way
DACA Roller Coaster Continues as SCOTUS Strikes Down Trump Administration Rescission of Program, but ALSO Says the President May Rescind it if He Does it the Right Way
Breaking the hearts of conservatives for the second time in a week, Chief Justice John Roberts penned a 5-4 majority decision striking down the Trump Administration’s 2017 rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. However, all parties...
Well, it’s that time of year again! Time for the annual update of the Affirmative Action Plan (AAP)! You made a point to include this project in the business plan, and to schedule the resources needed to get it done, on time, this year. But as you look around the...
- BREAKING NEWS: Supreme Court Rules LGBT Employees are Protected from Discrimination on the Basis of Sex Under Title VII
- End of EEO-1 Component 2 Litigation Nears…
- EEOC Says “Black Lives Matter”
- ODEP and ASA Join Forces
- OSHA Published FAQs on Cloth Face Coverings
- Leen Gets One Step Closer to OPM
- NLRB Declines Jurisdiction Over Faculty at Religious Institutions
- NILG Announced Webinar Series
- ODEP Published Employer Survey Results
- EEOC Makes Progress on Wellness Programs
- EEOC (again) Updated Its COVID-19 Guidance
- EEOC Issued Federal Sector Report on Conflict Case Management
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit dismissed the EEOC’s and OMB’s appeal of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia’s Order reinstating the collection of EEO-1 Component 2 race and gender “hours worked” and “pay data.” The...