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  • OFCCP Compliance Checks: A
    by Gary A. Chamberlin - June 18, 2019
    The Trump Administration's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) and its Director, Craig Leen, have recently resurrected the Compliance Check – what's known in some circles as a compliance evaluation 'light.' A Compliance Check is a tool that OFCCP asserts it will use to determine whether a federal contractor or subcontractor has maintained required records related to affirmative action compli...
  • "Ban the Box" Was Yesterday - Today It's Salary History
    by Gary A. Chamberlin - November 14, 2018
    The effort to combat gender pay inequity has taken many twists and turns at the federal level. We've all seen reports and data about the difference in average pay between men and women (83%), and the even greater disparity involving minority women (i.e., 53%) when compared to non-minority males. OFCCP and EEOC have been at the forefront of many attempted policy and program measures. Included among these are the OFC...
  • My Company Forgot to File Its EEO-1 Report:  Now What?
    by Gary A. Chamberlin - July 20, 2018
    We are often contacted by an employer that realizes, well after the filing deadline, that it failed to submit an annual EEO-1 Report to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) / Joint Reporting Committee. Sometimes the employer has gone several years without filing an EEO-1 Report – maybe never. The typical first question asked by a sheepish human resources manager is what the consequences may be for fail...