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2018 EEO-1 Filing Season Now Underway for “Component 1” Data; No Decision Yet from EEOC on Whether “Component 2” Pay Data Must Also Be Submitted

19-059 | 22 Mar 2019
The EEOC opened the 2018 filing season this week, but for now covered employers are only required to file the “old” form. A recent federal court ruling raises the question, however, of whether employers will also be required to report the pay data components of a revised EEO-1 that were put in place by the Obama Administration. We should have an answer soon.

CWC’s Brief to Supreme Court in Fort Bend County v. Davis Argues That Filing a Charge Is a Mandatory Prerequisite To Bringing a Lawsuit Under Title VII

19-058 | 22 Mar 2019
Our brief argues that there are strong legal and policy reasons why a Title VII charge has to be filed with the EEOC before an individual can bring a lawsuit in federal court, and that concluding that this is a mere waivable procedural requirement would undermine Title VII’s goal of providing employers with the opportunity to investigate and resolve workplace disputes quickly and informally.

Trump Administration Continues Its Intense Scrutiny of H-1B Visa Program as Filing Period for FY 2020 Petitions Quickly Approaches

19-057 | 22 Mar 2019
The annual filing period for employers seeking H-1B visas to employ highly skilled foreign workers begins on April 1. As the result of tighter scrutiny of the H-1B program by the Trump Administration, however, the burden on employers who are applying for these visas has increased substantially.

The Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act at Ten: Part III

19-056 | 22 Mar 2019
In the last memo in our 3-part series on the ADAAA, we summarize a sampling of court rulings that show how the law has met its purpose of expanding the protection of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to many more workers.

CWC’s 2019 Policy Conference Highlights

19-055 | 22 Mar 2019
Our memo provides highlights of CWC’s 2019 Policy Conference, which was held in Washington, DC on March 6-8. Please note that registration is open for our upcoming Talent Acquisition Compliance Summit, which will be held on May 9-10, 2019, in Charlotte, NC, and our 2019 Compliance Conference, which will be held on October 23-25, 2019, in Nashville, TN.

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