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A 2015 federal law requires agencies to increase civil penalties for violations every year to account for inflation. The Labor Department and other workplace enforcement agencies recently announced how much their fines are going up in 2024.
After a year (2022) in which compliance audits dropped to a several-year low, OFCCP picked up the pace last year with notable increases in both the number of audits conducted and the monetary remedies awarded.
Despite efforts by the Biden Administration to use federal antitrust law to criminally prosecute companies that conspire not to hire one another’s employees, federal juries have not gone along. As a result, it appears the Department of Justice is aba
In a last minute deal to avoid a government shutdown, Congress set aside its partisan differences and agreed to temporarily keep the lights on at current funding levels for most agencies until February 2 of next year.
As we predicted a few weeks ago, OFCCP has announced a large batch of financial settlements agreed to with federal contractors in conjunction with the closing of the agency’s 2023 fiscal year ending on September 30, 2023.
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