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  Listing Versus Posting
by Jacquelyn Peterson - Nov, 2015
The Local JobNetworkTM (LJN) received the following question in its online forum Ask the Experts. LJN thought it was worth sharing the question and answer with all of you as there appears to be some confusion regarding the listing requirement in the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Act (VEVRAA). Question: I attended a legal update on Affirmative Action, and the speaker made a distinction between “l...
 
  OFCCP Compliance: It’s a bit like being in the Land of Oz!
by Jenny Nelson - Nov, 2015
Imagine repeating the phrase, “There’s no place to audit. There’s no place to audit,” and – poof! – a closure letter arrives. Wouldn’t that be nice? Unfortunately, life only works that way in the movies. None of us own a crystal ball, have ever met a cornfield scarecrow that talks or admit to knowing one, or own a dog named Toto. Well, maybe someone has a pet named Toto. But we don’t have the power to click our problem...
 
  Beyond “Applicants”: OFCCP’s Requests For “Expressions of Interest” In Audits
by Chris Patrick, Esq. - Nov, 2015
Picture this (perhaps familiar) scenario: You received a letter from the Department of Labor notifying you that OFCCP has selected one of your locations for a compliance review. You responsibly spent the 30-day notice period gathering relevant policies. Check. You confirmed your workforce data and double-checked your availability and utilization analyses. Check. You scoured for d...
 
  The Year in Review for OFCCP
by Bill Osterndorf - Nov, 2015
While it’s only November, we can certainly say that this has been a year of tremendous change for companies subject to the federal affirmative action laws and regulations. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) implemented a number of major initiatives during 2015. With the extensive number of new and proposed initiatives involving OFCCP that have occurred in the last fe...
 
  The Next Generation of Employee Monitoring
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2015
Last summer, I wrote about a Rackspace/University of London study that assessed productivity levels in 120 employees outfitted with wearable monitoring technology. The participants were equipped with one of the three devices – the GENEActiv high-velocity accelerometer wristband, which measures movement and activity; the NeuroSky Mindwave portable biosensor EEG, which monitors brain activity; and the LUMOback posture and activi...
 
  The OFCCP Digest Volume 5, Issue 10
by Local JobNetwork™ - Oct, 2015
OFCCP’s Jurisdictional Thresholds by Bill Osterndorf In the last few years, there have been many changes to the way that the U.S. Departme...
 
  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...
 
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