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CWC’s Compliance, Diversity & Inclusion (CD&I) Summit Highlights

21-123 | 21 Jun 2021
In a specially-created virtual event combining the best features of our normally held “in person” annual policy and compliance conferences, CWC’s recently held CD&I Summit delivered more than 18 hours of substantive content over the course of four days.

EEO-1 Communications Backlog, Revised Filing Procedures Causing Delays

21-122 | 17 Jun 2021
CWC members that have begun filing their 2019 and 2020 EEO-1s with the EEOC are advising us that they are running into significant delays. Our memo summarizes some of the key issues that are arising.

OSHA Finally Issues COVID-19 Emergency Standard, But Limits Scope to Healthcare Sector

21-121 | 17 Jun 2021
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued its long-expected COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard, but has applied the mandates to the healthcare sector only.

Census Bureau Releases “Interim” EEO Tabulation Tool; New CWC Tool in Works

21-120 | 16 Jun 2021
The U.S. Census Bureau has released an “interim” interface that allows users to mine data from the recently released 2014-2018 EEO Tabulation, also known as the EEO Special File. In the meantime, CWC will be adding the new Tabulation to our Data Center later this year with a user-friendly interface.

Biden Administration’s First Regulatory Agenda Aims To Reverse Trump-Era Initiatives

21-119 | 15 Jun 2021
Not surprisingly, the Biden Administration’s first mandated semi-annual regulatory agenda is crammed with initiatives that would roll back many regulatory changes made during the previous administration.

NJ High Court Rules Adverse Action Not Required To Prove Failure To Accommodate

21-118 | 14 Jun 2021
The New Jersey Supreme Court, interpreting state law, has weighed in definitively on an issue that also arises under the ADA, that is, whether a plaintiff with a disability attempting to prove a failure-to-accommodate claim must also show that the failure to accommodate was accompanied by an adverse action such as a termination.

CFAA Ruling by Supreme Court in Van Buren v. U.S. Impacts Employers

21-117 | 09 Jun 2021
The Supreme Court has ruled that an employee who has work-related computer authorization to access the employer’s confidential and proprietary information and accesses that information for an unauthorized purpose does not violate the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
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