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OFCCP Week In Review: August 8, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: August 8, 2022

  • ODEP Published Notice Seeking Public Comments on Four-Year Study to Support Partnership on Inclusive Apprenticeship
  • EEOC Announced Public Meeting in Buffalo to Focus On “Racial and Economic Justice”
  • In Webinar Discussing Its Pay Data Study NASEM Expert Panel Noted Flawed Design, Data Problems, and Recommendations
  • The Federal Labor Relations Authority Sued the EEOC For Allegedly Failing to Sufficiently Bargain With its Employees When Ordering Them Back to Work at The Office
  • Noting State Law Developments, President Biden Issued Second Post-Dobbs E.O. On “Securing Access to Reproductive and Other Healthcare Services”
  • HHS Announced Two New Reports on COVID Services & Support and Research Developments
  • Economy Added 528,000 Jobs in July, Unemployment Rate Dropped to Pre-Pandemic Level of 3.5%
  • Looking Ahead: Upcoming Date Reminders
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OFCCP Week In Review: August 8, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: August 1, 2022

  • Commissioners Dhillon & Lucas Reported EEOC Is Denying FOIA Requests On Claims Sent To Arbitration Rather Than Litigation
  • Federal Judge in Ohio Blocked Air Forces’ Vax Requirement Nationwide
  • OFCCP Issued First Official Statement After Weeks of Confusion On Its AAP Portal “Deadline”
  • National Academy of Sciences Released Its Anticipated Pay Data Study; EEOC Commissioners Respond With Notably Different Takes
  • HHS, DOL, And Treasury Department Issued Guidance Regarding Birth Control Coverage Under the ACA
  • DOL WHD Added New Best Practices Guidance on Child Labor for Employers
  • DC Circuit Court of Appeals Reverses NLRB Win for Browning-Ferris in Long-Running Joint-Employer Litigation Slugfest: No New Legal Test Emerges…Yet
  • In Brief
  • Looking Ahead: Upcoming Date Reminders
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OFCCP Week In Review: August 8, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: July 25, 2022

  • Federal District Court Judge In Tennessee Blocked Enforcement Of Controversial EEOC & DOE Guidance Documents On Bostock
  • AbilityOne Commission Published Final Rule Barring Nonprofits From Subminimum Pay On Its Contracts
  • OFCCP Enforcement Statistics Continue To Spiral Down To New Modern Lows
  • Wage And Hour Division Announced 60-day Comment Period On Its Unchanged Paid Sick Leave Recordkeeping Requirements For Federal Contractors
  • Census Bureau announced ACS 1-year estimates will be released on September 15, 2022
  • NLRB and FTC Signed New Partnership Agreement To Focus on “Anticompetitive and Unfair Labor Practices”
  • Looking Ahead: Upcoming Date Reminders
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OFCCP Week In Review: August 8, 2022

EEOC Updated 15 Items In Its Covid-19 Technical Assistance Guidance, Adding A New Standard For Employers Which Test Employees For the Virus

On Tuesday, the EEOC once again updated its COVID-19 technical assistance Guidance, “What You Should Know About COVID-19 and the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws,” adding updates for 15 items. While the Guidance does not have the force and effect of...

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OFCCP Week In Review: August 8, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: July 18, 2022

  • U.S. Department of Homeland Security Reported That Its Second Comment Period For Continued Use of Form I-9 Is Still Open
  • NLRB Announced 2021 Update To Its “Outline of Law & Procedure In Representation Cases”
  • EEOC Updated 15 Items In Its Covid-19 Technical Assistance Guidance, Adding A New Standard For Employers Which Test Employees For the Virus
  • While OFCCP Slipped Into the Bottom Quartile, The EEOC Climbed Into The Top 30% In The 2021 Best Places To Work Scores In The Federal Government
  • USDOL Agencies Announced They Are Seeking Comments From Employers Regarding Long-Covid Workplace Challenges
  • Wage & Hour Division Published Its Long Expected Proposed Rule on “Nondisplacement of Qualified Workers Under Service Contracts”
  • The NLRB Reported Union Election Petitions Are Up 58% Through Q3, Exceeding Already All FY21 Petitions Filed
  • Jury Awards Former Southwest Flight Attendant >$5M In Abortion Views Bias Suit
  • Looking Ahead: Upcoming Date Reminders
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OFCCP Week In Review: August 8, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: July 11, 2022

  • USDOL Secretary Used Prior Secretary Scalia’s Order 01-2020 To Issue A Final Ruling Ordering Convergys to Comply With OFCCP Document Demands
  • EEOC Settled Claims That Medical Practice Violated GINA By Collecting COVID-19 Test Results Of Employees’ Family Members
  • OFCCP Submitted To OMB Its Final Rule To Rescind Trump-Era Religious Exemption, Publication Likely Prior To Mid-terms
  • E-Verify Will End This Week The Extended Timeframes For Employees To Visit SSA To Resolve Mismatches
  • OFCCP Walked Back Part Of Its Extension Of Its AAP Verification Portal “Deadline”
  • Economy Added 372,000 Jobs in June, BLS Reported as Biden Administration Touts “Full Recovery” To Pre-Pandemic Numbers
  • President Biden Issued Executive Order On “Protecting Access to Reproductive Healthcare Services”
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OFCCP Week In Review: August 8, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: July 5, 2022

  • USDOJ Announced the Settlement of Claims That 16 Employers Posted Job Ads on College Recruiting Platforms Discriminating Against Non-U.S. Citizens: Attention ALL Recruiters, Especially College and University Recruitment Centers: USDOJ Has Put a Target On Your Backs
  • Enforcement of Biden Vaccine Mandate for Federal Employees Again Delayed
  • OFCCP Director & EEOC Chair Held A Joint Webinar With Four Outside Panelists Discussing Skills-Based Hiring
  • OFCCP Quietly Extended the AAP Verification Deadline Following Discovery of Faux Pas
  • SCOTUS Reigned In The Federal Agencies By Reminding Them They Must Identify “Clear Congressional Authorization” When Making Significant Decisions…Not So Much Trimming Rights As Trimming Presidential Power
  • VETS Announced Eight New Partners For Its Employment Navigator Pilot Program
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OFCCP Quietly Extended the AAP Verification Deadline Following Discovery of Faux Pas

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: August 8, 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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