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OFCCP Week In Review: February 22, 2021

OFCCP Week In Review: February 22, 2021

  • Biden Administration Pulls Back on Industry Designed Apprenticeship Programs to Drive Apprenticeships Back to Union-Supported Registered Apprenticeship Programs
  • CA Pay Data Reporting Portal Opened
  • Equality Act Back on the Table
  • Video Premiere of the Customized Employment Method to Hire Veterans with Disabilities
  • EARN Updated COVID-19 Resources and Tools
  • A Future Where Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality (XR) Technologies are Accessible
  • WHD Withdrew Independent Contractor and Truck Driver Sleep Time Opinion Letters
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OFCCP Week In Review: February 22, 2021

OFCCP Week In Review: February 15, 2021

  • Career Workshops For Transitioning Military Spouses
  • Employer Checklist of D&I Actions to Take + Bonus Blog Post Featuring a Printable D&I Checklist
  • Nomination of Secretary of Labor to go to Full Senate Vote
  • OFCCP Director Yang Addressed the Contractor Community
  • College Grads With Disabilities Finding Careers Through the WRP
  • LRB Invited Legal Briefs On The Union Insignia Issue
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OFCCP Week In Review: February 22, 2021

OFCCP Week In Review: February 8, 2021

  • The Paycheck Fairness Act Surfaces…Again
  • OFCCPs New Chief of Staff
  • NLRB Rescinds Ten Memos Issued by Former Counsel
  • May Employers Provide COVID Vaccine Incentives?
  • California DFEH Released New Pay Data Reporting Resources
  • Senate Agrees on Rules of the Road as to Committee Assignments and Tie Votes: Looks like Democrats Will Need 10 Republicans to Cross-Over to Pass Controversial Legislation for the Next Two Years-Kamala Sidelined + Bonus Blog
  • Nomination Hearing Held for Secretary of Labor
  • Tip and Independent Contractor Rules Frozen
  • OFCCP’s Commitment to Racial Equity
  • Employment Numbers Improve, Blacks Show Greatest Gains, But Others Fall Back
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Employer Checklist of D&I Actions to Take

Senate Agrees on Rules of the Road as to Committee Assignments and Tie Votes: Looks like Democrats Will Need 10 Republicans to Cross-Over to Pass Controversial Legislation for the Next Two Years-Kamala Sidelined

This story is important to understand how Legislation is now going to proceed through the United States Senate, given the rare occurrence of a 50/50 tie between Democrats and Republicans on the Senate Floor. The Biden Administration has been delayed in the U.S. Senate...

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OFCCP Week In Review: February 22, 2021

OFCCP Week In Review: February 1, 2021

  • Comment Period Open for EEO-1 Comp Review Panel
  • Biden Designates a New NLRB Counsel Even As An Employer Already Challenges Biden’s Firing of the Trump-era General Counsel
  • Three WHD Opinion Letters Withdrawn–as Corresponding Rules Not Yet in Effect, and May Not Go into Effect
  • Policy Differences Erupt: EEOC Pilot Programs End Early–Virtual Mediations Stay
  • DOL “Good Guidance Rule” Goes Out the Window
  • ODEP Turns 20! Look How Far We Have Come…
  • Employers–You MUST Access This New Tool!
  • EEOC Launches New FOIA Portal
  • Stronger COVID-19 Guidance Available from OSHA
  • Biden Wage-Hour Administration Sounding an Early “Enforcement” Theme: Employers Now Back on the Hook for FLSA Violations
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OFCCP Week In Review: February 22, 2021

OFCCP Week In Review: January 25, 2021

  • How Ten Organizations Rocked Their Section 503 Compliance Reviews
  • Four New WHD Opinion Letters, Including Independent Contractor Scenario
  • EEOC Touts $535 Million in Discrimination Recoveries in FY2020
  • Day One for President Biden Included, Among Many Actions, Revoking EO 13950
  • Several New Appointees (and a Termination) in the Labor World
  • Jenny Yang on the Job For Less Than 24 Hours Before Sued to Stop OFCCP’s Religious Discrimination Final Rule
  • $15 Federal Min Wage In The Works
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OFCCP Week In Review: February 22, 2021

OFCCP Week In Review: January 19, 2021

  • Opinion Letter Issued on the Scope of Legal Protections for Religious Liberty
  • Negotiation Impasse Among Top Issues Requesting Ombud Service
  • The EEOC Announced Dates for Three EEO Survey Data Collections
  • Focused Review Survival Grid with New AAP Page
  • DE Talk Podcast: Leverage Your Strengths with CliftonStrengths Finder
  • Comment Now on the Registration & EEO in Apprenticeships Program
  • Religious Discrimination in Employment – Report Released
  • EEOC Final Rule on Its Conciliation Process Moves in the Direction of Employers, but is Ultimately Disappointing
  • OFCCP Reveals Top Five Violations from Disability Focused Reviews
  • EEOC Opinion Letter: No OWBPA Disclosures Required to Non-U.S. Citizens Outside the United States
  • Clarity on EEOC’s Authority to Intervene in Litigation and Approve Amicus Curiae Recommendations
  • Biden Transition Team Floats Trial Balloon: Jenny Yang for OFCCP Director?
  • EEOC Director of State, Local, and Tribal Programs Appointed
  • Three New FLSA Opinion Letters from WHD
  • EEOC Revised Compliance Manual Section on Religious Discrimination
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OFCCP Week In Review: February 22, 2021

OFCCP Week In Review: January 11, 2021

  • EEOC Mediation Pilot Program Extended
  • USDOJ Pursues Last-Minute Attempt to Kill “Adverse Impact” Discrimination Claims Against Federal Grant Recipients
  • USDOL’s New Independent Contractor Final Rule is DOA, Or Is It? Not So Fast!
  • Comment on EEOC’s Wellness Program Incentive Proposal
  • HIRE Vets Award Officially Open for Registration
  • E-Verify Back-Up – Get Compliant by January 11, 2021
  • EEOC Shuts Down Democrat Commissioners’ Objections to More Transparent Commission Conciliation Negotiations with Respondent Employers
  • New Resources in the Telework & Accessibility Toolkit
  • New FAQs on CA Pay Data Reporting Act
  • WHD Issued First Two Opinion Letters of 2021
  • What Exactly is “Systemic Enforcement” at the EEOC?
  • Employment Numbers Take a Hit as Dining Occupancy Allowance Drops
  • Biden announced Boston Mayor Marty Walsh as Labor Secretary Nominee
  • EEOC To Hold Two Public Meetings This Week
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