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OFCCP Week In Review: November 7, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: November 7, 2022

  • There Are Three Reasons The Coming Harvard & UNC Case Decisions Will Not Harm “Affirmative Action” Despite Now Growing Fears
  • US GAO Reported That EEOC Needs Oversight on Length of Charge Intake Process
  • US BLS JOLTS Report For September Showed Increase in Job Openings to 10.7 Million; Hires & Total Separations Down Slightly
  • Analytical Basis Behind U.S. NLRB General Counsel’s Memo on Electronic Surveillance and Organizing Flawed, Says Top Labor Law Attorney
  • Political Flip Continued at U.S. NLRB with Publication of Proposed Union Election Protection Rule That Would Rescind Current Trump-Era Rule
  • Economy Added 261k Jobs in October; Unemployment Rate Increased Slightly
  • In Brief
  • Looking Ahead: Upcoming Date Reminders
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OFCCP Week In Review: November 7, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: October 24, 2022

  • “End Human Trafficking in Government Contracts Act” Enacted Now Requiring Debarment and Suspension Referrals
  • OMB Temporarily Withheld Approval of Proposed Changes to Union “Persuader Reports” “Outing” Federal Contractors Pending Review of Public Comments
  • Biden Administration On The Horns of Another Vaccination Mandate Dilemma: While the Legal “Cuffs Are Now Off” Allowing Reinstatement of the President’s COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors, The President is Now Slow Walking The Reinstatement of His Mandate
  • US EEOC Released, Then Immediately Revised, Updated Employee Rights Poster
  • I-9 Form Flexibility Extended, Yet Again…This Time to July 31, 2023
  • NLRB General Counsel Pushed Interim Settlements of ULP Claims, Instead of 10(j) Injunctions, While Underlying Case Is Pending
  • In Brief
  • Looking Ahead: Upcoming Date Reminders
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OFCCP Week In Review: November 7, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: October 10, 2022

  • EEOC Enforcement of Controversial “Quickie” Transgender “Guidance” Blocked, Nationwide
  • After Its Fiscal Year 2022 Closed, OFCCP Publicly Reported Six More Conciliation Agreements Resolving Alleged Discrimination Claims to its Previous Fiscal Year 2022 Tally
  • US BLS Reported 1.1 Million Drop in Job Openings for August
  • White House OSTP’s “Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights” Contains Recommended Employer Practices
  • Economy Added Fewer Jobs in September; Unemployment Rate Decreased Slightly
  • In Brief
  • Looking Ahead: Upcoming Date Reminders
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OFCCP Week In Review: November 7, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: October 3, 2022

  • US EEOC Published Proposal to Revise Federal Employee Complaint Process to Allow Document Transmittal Via Its Electronic Public Portal
  • Another Recruit Rooster Takeover on the DE Talk Podcast: The Hidden Benefits of Remote Work
  • It’s on the Way! OMB Paved the Way for US DOL to Publish Highly-Anticipated Independent Contractor Rule Proposal
  • US NLRB Altered COVID-Related Rule to Allow Mail-In Ballots in Locations Where CDC Determines “High” Transmission Risk
  • Senate Approved Gomez to head US DOL EBSA; Further Action on Pending Gilbride (EEOC Counsel) and Looman (WHD Head) Nominations Postponed Until After Midterm Elections
  • President Biden Signed Continuing Resolutions Appropriations Bill Funding the Federal Government Through Mid-December
  • The Air Went Out of OFCCP’s Tires in FY 2022 as Unlawful Discrimination Allegations Fall to New Lows
  • In Brief
  • Looking Ahead: Upcoming Date Reminders
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OFCCP Week In Review: November 7, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: September 26, 2022

  • Backing Off From Several Proposed Changes, OFCCP Published FAAP Directive Revision #3 Hoping to Spawn More FAAPs as Contractor Community Increasingly Shuns Them
  • Sparks Unexpectedly Fly at The Beginning of the Latest US EEOC Full Commission Hearing as Republican Commissioners Ambushed the Democrat Chair to Coax Agency Transparency
  • US DOL Published Final Rule to Rescind Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs and Direct DOL Resources to Union-Supported Registered Apprenticeship Programs
  • Looking Ahead: Upcoming Date Reminders
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OFCCP Week In Review: November 7, 2022

OFCCP Week In Review: September 19, 2022

  • DoD Issued Temporary Deviation to FAR Allowing Some Federal Contractors Extra Time to Register with SAM.gov
  • Proposed USDOL Union “Persuader Reports” Revisions Would “Out” Federal Contractors
  • U.S. NLRB Ruled That Permanent Strike Replacement Workers Have Weingarten Rights, But Not While Strike Is in Progress
  • Heads Up for Recruiters and Outreach Compliance Managers! Number Of People Primarily Working from Home Tripled in Last Two Years
  • In Brief
  • Looking Ahead: Upcoming Date Reminders
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