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EEO-1 Update: EEOC Gets Court Permission To Close “Component 2” Filing Deadline for 2017-2018 Data, Effective February 14; 2019 Reporting Requirements for “Component 1” Data Remain On Hold Until EEOC Takes Further Action

20-034 | 14 Feb 2020
The EEOC has officially closed the filing deadline for the 2017-2018 EEO-1 “Component” 2 reports, effective today. What the agency does with the data remains to be seen. In the meantime, we are still waiting on when the EEOC will move forward with its announced intent to open the filing period for 2019 “Component 1” reports.

CWC Urges OFCCP To Revise Proposed Procedures for Resolving Alleged “Material” Violations To Make Them Consistent With Title VII Principles

20-033 | 14 Feb 2020
Our comments to OFCCP support the agency’s effort to codify the use of Predetermination Notices (PDNs) and Notices of Violations (NOVs), but question the wisdom of its proposal to automatically cite a “material violation” based solely on a certain statistical finding.

President Trump’s FY 2021 Budget Calls For Deep Cuts to Funding for NLRB and EEOC, While OFCCP Would Get Modest Increase; Includes Request To Fund Paid Parental Leave Program

20-032 | 14 Feb 2020
Submission by the President to Congress of his proposed budget for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2020, is just the first step in a long drawn-out process occurring over the next several months that is almost certain to result in major changes to actual agency funding levels.

MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED: Latest State and Local Workplace Compliance Developments

20-031 | 14 Feb 2020
At the suggestion of our members, we’ve changed our CWC Interstate memos to now report on recent important state and local developments occurring nationwide, rather than our past practice of focusing on regional developments on a rotating basis. The change assures that we’re providing more timely content going forward.

Second Circuit in Yu v. Hasaki Restaurant Rules That Agreed-To “Offer of Judgment” To Settle FLSA Case Does Not Require Judicial Approval

20-030 | 14 Feb 2020
This ruling by a federal appeals court ruling is a positive development for an employer that might seek to curtail an expensive collective action brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act by extending a formal “offer of judgment” that the plaintiffs accept.

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