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MEMBER FEEDBACK WELCOMED: OFCCP Announces New “Excellence in Disability Inclusion Award” To Recognize Exemplary Efforts by Contractors To Recruit, Hire, Retain, and Promote Individuals With Disabilities

18-212 | 12 Oct 2018
Restoring a tradition of recognizing exemplary EEO/AA efforts by federal contractors that was abandoned during the previous administration, OFCCP is proposing to create a new “Excellence in Disability Inclusion Award.” The new award, which awaits clearance by the White House Office of Management and Budget, will be based on self-nominations. CWC will be submitting comments to OFCCP regarding its proposal, and would like to get member feedback.

EEOC Publishes Fact Sheet on Its Sexual Harassment Prevention Efforts Since #MeToo Era Began

18-211 | 12 Oct 2018
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has published a new document touting the agency’s efforts to combat workplace sexual harassment in the wake of the #MeToo movement. According to the agency, sexual harassment charges have increased by 12% over the last year since the #MeToo era began.

CWC’s Brief to NLRB in Caesars Entertainment Urges Reversal of Controversial Obama-Era Decision Limiting Employer’s Right To Regulate Employee Use of Employer-Owned Email

18-210 | 12 Oct 2018
In 2015, the National Labor Relations Board established a new rule that severely restricts an employer’s ability to limit personal use by employees of its email systems, including for pro-union activities. The Board, which has since flipped to a new Republican majority, wants to revisit that rule and has asked for input from interested parties. CWC’s brief supports efforts by the Board to restore the previous and more balanced rule

The New York State and New York City Interactive Sexual Harassment Training Requirements: A Comparison

18-209 | 12 Oct 2018
Earlier this year, both New York State and New York City enacted new sexual harassment prevention laws that among other things mandate annual awareness training for employees. Many CWC members are likely to be covered by both training requirements, so we thought it might be helpful to compare the two.

Tenth Circuit, Ruling in Lincoln v. BNSF Railway Company, Joins Most Other Federal Appellate Courts in Finding That Failure To File a Timely EEOC Charge Does Not Necessarily Bar Lawsuit

18-208 | 12 Oct 2018
In a ruling that addresses a legal nuance involving the EEOC charge filing process, the Tenth Circuit has ruled that an employer cannot automatically keep a case out of court where the complainant failed to file a timely charge.

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