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CWC’s Comments to OFCCP Urge the Agency To Reconsider Burdensome Proposed Scheduling Letter Changes

19-121 | 14 Jun 2019
For the second time in five years, OFCCP wants to make major revisions to its scheduling letter, and as was the case last time, the changes it is now proposing would add substantially to the burden imposed on federal contractors at the desk audit stage of a compliance evaluation. CWC’s comments urge the agency to reconsider the proposed changes, and suggest a better and less burdensome way for the agency to achieve its objectives.

Unanimous Supreme Court Rules in Fort Bend v. Davis That Failure To File Title VII Charge With the EEOC Does Not Automatically Bar Plaintiff From Suing

19-120 | 14 Jun 2019
The Court’s ruling means that an employer that wants to defend a Title VII lawsuit by claiming the plaintiff never filed a valid EEOC charge had better do so on a timely basis.

Trump Administration Issues Controversial New Health Care Industry “Conscience Protection” Regulations

19-119 | 14 Jun 2019
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has issued so-called conscience protection regulations that largely restore rules that were adopted by the Bush Administration and subsequently gutted by the Obama Administration. Opponents of the new regulations have already gone to court to block their implementation.

Labor Department Makes Minor Technical Changes to Mandated Contractor “NLRA Rights” Poster

19-118 | 14 Jun 2019
A recent announcement by the Labor Department that it has made minor technical changes to a poster that advises employees of their union organizing rights serves as a reminder that covered federal contractors have been required to display the poster since 2010.

MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED: OFCCP Issues Its First “Opinion Letter”

19-117 | 14 Jun 2019
Following up on an announcement last fall that it would begin issuing informal opinion letters in response to fact-specific inquiries requesting guidance, OFCCP has issued its first letter. Although the letter deals with a topic that may not be of interest to most CWC members, it indicates that OFCCP now has a process in place to issue more in the future.

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