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Batch of FLSA Opinion Letters Issued by DOL in Trump’s Waning Weeks Could Be Withdrawn

21-043 | 23 Feb 2021
The Labor Department was especially busy during the last few weeks of the Trump Administration in issuing opinion letters interpreting the Fair Labor Standards Act. As our memo explains, however, the Biden Administration can withdraw them if it disagrees with the position taken.

CWC’s Updated Digests of State and Local Affirmative Action Requirements

21-042 | 23 Feb 2021
MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED. CWC is pleased to present our members with updated digests of the various affirmative action obligations imposed on covered government contractors by a number of state and local jurisdictions.

Does USERRA Require Paid Military Leave If Employer Pays for “Comparable” Types of Leave?

21-041 | 22 Feb 2021
A recent ruling of first impression by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals raises the important issue of whether the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act requires employers to pay employees while they are on military leave.

DOL Issues Guidance on Permissible Electronic Posting of FMLA/FLSA Required Notices

21-040 | 18 Feb 2021
With many employees continuing to work remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Labor Department has issued guidance on the limited circumstances where employers can post required FMLA and FLSA notices electronically in lieu of hard copy posting.

Employment-Related Lawsuits Filed in Federal Court Were Lowest in 20 Years

21-039 | 17 Feb 2021
Data recently obtained by CWC from the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts show that employment-related lawsuits filed in federal court declined to a 20-year low in Fiscal Year 2020, including declines in every subcategory tracked.

OFCCP Opinion Letter Provides Guidance on Avoiding Religious Discrimination

21-038 | 17 Feb 2021
An informal opinion letter posted by OFCCP shortly before former Director Craig Leen left office provides some helpful guidance to federal contractors on avoiding religious discrimination claims.

OFCCP Report Chronicles Accomplishments of Agency’s Ombuds Service

21-037 | 16 Feb 2021
OFCCP’s Ombuds Service became fully operational in Fiscal Year 2020, and a report issued by the agency suggests it was helpful in enhancing transparency and communication between OFCCP and the federal contractor community. According to current Ombudsman Marcus Stergio, he expects the service to continue under OFCCP’s new leadership.
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