Update on the Status of “Component 2” EEO-1 Report The acting Chair of the Equal Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Victoria Lipnic, made a formal statement today, notifying employers that they will be using the EEO-1 Report that was used in previous years, meaning there will be no change in the filing requirement, as “Component 2” has […]
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Today, the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (“OIRA”), notified the public that it has suspended “Component 2” of the revised EEO-1 Report.  “Component 2” was the controversial portion of the revised EEO-1 Report which would have required employers with over 100 employees to submit W-2 pay and FLSA hours worked information. Who is OIRA? […]
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OFCCP has released the next wave of Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letters (“CSALs”) to over 800 federal contractors that have been identified for upcoming compliance reviews.  Contractors may confirm whether one of their establishments was mailed a CSAL by faxing a written request on company letterhead to OFCCP’s Division of Program Operations at (202) 693-1305. The […]
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2016 was filled with the Obama Administration ending the year with an aggressive regulatory environment. These new regulations are a major concern for CEOs across the country, as new regulations are expensive to implement in terms of compliance, making the net cost to implement some to these regulations prohibitive for some companies.  Add to this, […]
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The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has announced an expansion of the agencies Mega Construction Project (MCP) Program. The program was built to ensure federal construction subcontractors and contractors receiving government funding to construct highways, buildings, and other government funded projects, provide equal employment opportunities in the construction industry to potential workers regardless […]
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Tyson Foods, one of the largest global food processing companies in the world, has settled with the Department of Labor (DOL) for $1.6 million for charges of systemic hiring discrimination. The discrimination allegations were brought on by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) following a routine compliance review, where it was determined Tyson […]
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