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  Do Your Job Descriptions Hold Up in the New Era of Federal Contractor Enforcement?
by Lisa Marsh, Esq. - Oct, 2015
With the flurry of changes and ever-expanding obligations for federal contractors over the last eighteen months, employers have undoubtedly spent countless hours and resources “getting into compliance” and updating documents and forms. With each new obligation, employers have reviewed and altered everything from job advertisement taglines and purchase orders to online applications and self-ID forms. Yet with al...
 
  Do Your Job Descriptions Hold Up in the New Era of Federal Contractor Enforcement?
by Scott Pechaitis, Esq. - Oct, 2015
With the flurry of changes and ever-expanding obligations for federal contractors over the last eighteen months, employers have undoubtedly spent countless hours and resources “getting into compliance” and updating documents and forms. With each new obligation, employers have reviewed and altered everything from job advertisement taglines and purchase orders to online applications and self-ID forms. Yet with al...
 
  OFCCP’s Jurisdictional Thresholds
by Bill Osterndorf - Oct, 2015
In the last few years, there have been many changes to the way that the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) implements the federal affirmative action regulations. The agency has issued many new and revised regulations that have affected organizations throughout the United States. OFCCP has taken some particularly aggressive positions in regard to discrimination that it beli...
 
  Revisiting VEVRAA – What Should Contractors Be Doing?
by Diana Younts - Oct, 2015
Untitled Document History of VEVRAA President Gerald Ford passed Section 4212 of the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974 (VEVRAA) on December 4, 1974, which was originally created for veterans returning home from the Vietnam War. This was necessary because - generally speaking - society was biased against the war and the military men and women who served in Vietnam. As a r...
 
  The New Pay Transparency Final Rule – A Sea Change for Workplace Culture
by Marilynn L. Schuyler, Esq. - Oct, 2015
The workplace culture of federal contractors is about to change dramatically. It has been taboo in the private sector to discuss one’s personal salary or inquire about the compensation of others, but the recently issued Pay Transparency Final Rule will provide protections to applicants and employees who break tradition. On September 10, 2015, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Prog...
 
  Compensation Compliance
by Chris Lindholm - Oct, 2015
Looking at the Gap Between Expectations and Reality For many years, compensation compliance has been discussed ad nauseam in Industry Liaison Group (ILG) meetings, webinars, and in articles by the hundreds that included topics on OFCCP expectations/enforcement, data collection and suggested analyses. In related fashion, EEO/AA professionals have attended the National Industry Liaison Group (NILG) conference...
 
  Who Needs to Use E-Verify?
by Mary G. White - Oct, 2015
E-Verify is mandatory for some employers, including federal contractors and subcontractors working on certain types of contracts, as well as employers in states where E-Verify may be required by state law. However, many employers who are not required to use E-Verify choose to do so voluntarily. Mandatory E-Verify Usage Requirements for Federal Contractors The E-Verify Federal Contractor Rule applies to federal contrac...
 
  The OFCCP Digest Volume 5, Issue 9
by Local JobNetwork™ - Sep, 2015
NLRB Joint Employer Test Expanded – Affects Staffing Models At Many Companies by Brian Bulger, Esq. and Emily Miller, Esq. With the rise of...
 
  NLRB Joint Employer Test Expanded – Affects Staffing Models At Many Companies
by Brian Bulger, Esq. - Sep, 2015
With the rise of contingent workforces over the last two decades, many employers have enjoyed the flexibility afforded by staffing companies which provide employees as needed, coupled with a reduction in HR compliance requirements afforded by those companies. A side benefit was the diminution of labor organizing, as NLRB policies effectively insulated franchisors, contractors and companies with staffed employees from po...
 
  NLRB Joint Employer Test Expanded – Affects Staffing Models At Many Companies
by Emily Miller, Esq. - Sep, 2015
With the rise of contingent workforces over the last two decades, many employers have enjoyed the flexibility afforded by staffing companies which provide employees as needed, coupled with a reduction in HR compliance requirements afforded by those companies. A side benefit was the diminution of labor organizing, as NLRB policies effectively insulated franchisors, contractors and companies with staffed employees from po...
 
  Is Disparate Impact Available In Sex-Based Pay Discrimination? (Part 2)
by Soul Cherradi - Sep, 2015
The Federal Courts of Appeal In a previously published article, I answered negatively the question of whether disparate impact theory of liability is available as a matter of law for a plaintiff or an enforcement agency to make a case of sex-based discrimination in compensation under the Equal Pay Act of 1963 (EPA) and/or under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. I reached this conclusion after review...
 
  Tips for Meeting the Numerical Targets of Section 503 and VEVRAA
by Kathleen Lee - Sep, 2015
March 24, 2014 is an important milestone for federal contractors. This is the date when new regulations pertaining to the employment of persons with disabilities (Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act) and veterans (VEVRAA – the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act) went into effect. Among major compliance obligations outlined in these regulations are two overlapping ones that we address in this article: numerical...
 
  Tips for Meeting the Numerical Targets of Section 503 and VEVRAA
by Judy Young - Sep, 2015
March 24, 2014 is an important milestone for federal contractors. This is the date when new regulations pertaining to the employment of persons with disabilities (Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act) and veterans (VEVRAA – the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act) went into effect. Among major compliance obligations outlined in these regulations are two overlapping ones that we address in this article: numerical...
 
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