EEOC’s Aggressive Strategic Enforcement Plan: Systemic Investigations of Employer Hiring Practices Top Priority

On September 4, 2012, EEOC released its draft four-year Strategic Enforcement Plan.  EEOC’s four-year strategic enforcement plan provides a window into the emerging priorities for the Commission.  The Agency’s announced its number one enforcement priority is identifying and remedying systemic hiring discrimination.  This is a game changer.  Instead of limiting investigations of single-charging party “garden … Continue reading EEOC’s Aggressive Strategic Enforcement Plan: Systemic Investigations of Employer Hiring Practices Top Priority
September 20, 2012

A Helpful Reminder: EEO-1 and VETS-100/100A Reports Due September 30, 2012

It’s that time of year again: the deadline to file Employer Information Report EEO-1s (EEO-1) and VETS-100/100A reports is September 30, 2012.  The EEO-1 report is an annual reporting of summary employee race and gender information filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).  The reports are filed electronically via the EEOC’s online filing portal.  … Continue reading A Helpful Reminder: EEO-1 and VETS-100/100A Reports Due September 30, 2012
September 10, 2012

In 2013, OFCCP to discontinue mailing CSALs and Instead to Use Its Website to Notify Contractors of Selection for Possible Compliance Reviews; that information will be accessible by the public

Yesterday in a live, remote broadcast from Washington, D.C., Tom Dowd, OFCCP Director of Program Operations, informed the attendees at the National ILG conference that OFCCP will continue to issue corporate scheduling announcement letter notifications (CSALs).  That’s good news.  But he didn’t stop there.    In a significant change, Director Dowd announced the CSALs will no … Continue reading In 2013, OFCCP to discontinue mailing CSALs and Instead to Use Its Website to Notify Contractors of Selection for Possible Compliance Reviews; that information will be accessible by the public
August 31, 2012

Live Update from National ILG Conference: No New Regs, At Least Not Yet

OFCCP Director Pat Shiu opened the day today with a remote, hi-definition broadcast from Washington DC.  As you may know, OFCCP opted not to attend the Hawaii conference in person.   But it likely saved tax payers lots of money.  Of particular note, we learned from OFCCP that none of the Agency’s proposed regulations – separate proposals … Continue reading Live Update from National ILG Conference: No New Regs, At Least Not Yet
August 30, 2012

The 2012 ILG Conference in Hawaii: Live-Blog Coverage by Jackson Lewis, LLP

Welcome to the Affirmative Action & OFCCP Law Advisor Blog Where you can: Stay up to date on the latest developments in affirmative action and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) Receive analysis and commentary from Jackson Lewis attorneys on all things related to affirmative action and federal contractors The Kick-off We’re kicking-off … Continue reading The 2012 ILG Conference in Hawaii: Live-Blog Coverage by Jackson Lewis, LLP
August 27, 2012

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