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OFCCP Week In Review: November 23, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: November 23, 2020

  • EEOC Financial Report Hypes Reduced Inventory, Record Recovery, and Mediation Success
  • Comment Now on EEOC Enforcement Guidance on Religious Discrimination
  • OFCCP Salutes our Veterans and Military Families
  • DHS Extended Form I-9 Requirement Flexibility
  • OFCCP Training on Veteran Focused Reviews
  • Compliance in the New Administration
  • Comment Now on VETS-4212 Report
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OFCCP Week In Review: November 23, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: November 16, 2020

  • EEOC To Revise Compliance Guidance on Religious Discrimination
  • Creating Inclusive Apprenticeships – National Apprenticeship Week
  • NLRB Sets Standards for Mail-In Ballot Process Due to COVID-19
  • Congrats to the 675 HIREVets Medallion Recipients!
  • OFCCP Final “PDN Rule” Now Final
  • The Weight of Honor: The Story of Military Caregivers
  • Thank You For Your Service, Veterans!
  • What to Expect with the Latest Governmental Initiatives Following the 2020 Election
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OFCCP Week In Review: November 23, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: November 9, 2020

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OFCCP Week In Review: November 23, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: November 2, 2020

  • Fifth Woman in History Confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court
  • EEOC to Discuss MOU with USDOL & USDOJ
  • Is Scabby the Rat Unlawful?
  • Two Civil Rights Groups Sued The Trump Administration To Stop EO 13950
  • OFCCP Director of Policy & Program Development Provided Agency Updates
  • Comment Now on E-Verify
  • Comment Now on OFCCP Construction Recordkeeping Requirements
  • NLRB Boasts Great Progress in FY 2020
  • NLRB Enhanced its Website
  • Led by California, three States Sue The EEOC In an Attempt to Force Access to EEO-1 Component 2 “Hours Worked” and “Pay Data”
  • New Regulations Outlining EEOC Guidance
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OFCCP Week In Review: November 23, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: October 26, 2020

  • USDOL Boasts OFCCP’s Monetary Settlements
  • Ensure Emerging Technologies are Accessible
  • OFCCP Launched Executive Order 13950 Landing Page
  • OFCCP Seeks Information on Contractor D&I Training Programs
  • NLRB Chairman Defends Ethics Report
  • The 2020 State of the Industry Survey, D&I and Remote Work Reign Supreme
  • Mark Your Calendar
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OFCCP Week In Review: November 23, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: October 19, 2020

  • U.S. Secretary of Labor Commemorates Columbus Day and American Heritage
  • Comment Now on Developing Jobs for Individuals with Disabilities
  • Sam Maiden Heads To Retirement
  • Removing the Obstacles for a Fully Inclusive Workforce
  • Jocelyn Samuels (and later) Andrea Lucas Sworn in as EEOC Commissioners
  • Comment Now on Veteran Employment
  • EEOC Charge Filing Goes Digital and “No Cause” Determinations Clarified to Not Mean Claims have No Merit
  • Disability Staff Training Resources In Support of NDEAM
  • Howard Jenkins Jr. Inducted into the Government Hall of Fame
  • OFCCP Revamped Its Employment Referral Resource Directory
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OFCCP Week In Review: November 23, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: October 12, 2020

  • Comment Period Extended For NLRB Amendments
  • Interim Final Rule to Protect American Workers’ Wages
  • OFCCP On The Offensive Against Microsoft and Wells Fargo As To “Implied” Race-Based Employment Preferences
  • National Apprenticeship Week Announced
  • OFCCP Issued FAQs on Sex Stereotyping Related to Executive Order 13950
  • OFCCP Reminded Contractors To Grant Religious Accommodations
  • Comment Now on EEOC Conciliation Process
  • OFCCP Atlanta Regional Director Sam Maiden Suddenly Retired
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OFCCP Week In Review: November 23, 2020

OFCCP Week In Review: October 5, 2020

  • OFCCP Immediately Set Up the “Complaint Hotline to Combat Race and Sex Stereotyping” Per Executive Order 13950
  • NLRB Rejects House Committee on Education and Labor Subpoena: Cites Need for Confidentiality During the Pre-Deliberative Process
  • Keith E. Sonderling sworn in as EEOC Commissioner and Vice-Chair
  • The Federal Agencies Celebrated National Disability Employment Awareness Month and USDOL ODEP Offered Some Practical & Useful Employer Tools
  • California Will Require Pay and Hours Worked Data Confidentially Reported By 10 “Wage Ranges” and 10 Job Categories by March 31, 2021 in a New Component 2 “Look-a-like” Reporting Law
  • September Was Another Blockbuster Hiring Month; Unemployment Dropped a Full Half a Percentage Point to 7.9%, & Asians, Individuals with Disabilities and African Americans Outstripped the Percentage of White Hires For the First Time In This Pandemic
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