I know I just wrote about pay discrimination two weeks ago. You can find that post here. So why are we back on that topic now? Well, I mentioned last time that the issue is not going away, and I meant it! The EEOC and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) have joined […]
Could pay equity really still be an issue, now, in the year 2017, with all the talk and awareness about diversity and discrimination? could pay equity still be an issue? Yep. Don’t take my word for it, though. Several major settlements or pending lawsuits say otherwise. Read on and you will see for yourself.
Last week we looked at how the Affirmative Action regulations’ and OFCCP define an “applicant”, or more specifically, an Internet Applicant, under the Internet Applicant Rule. (Click here if you missed that.) It comes with significant recordkeeping requirements. If you are a federal (sub-) contractor, it therefore warrants your full attention. Suppose you, choose to […]
These last two weeks we have been delving into Affirmative Action. Let’s assume your company is a federal contractor — or sub-contractor–and is therefore subject to Affirmative Action requirements. (Click here and here to review those definitions.) You must then solicit race, ethnicity and gender data from all “applicants” for employment. There is no specific […]
Got your attention there, didn’t I? No? Well, maybe a little…Seriously, let’s pick up from last week. We know that certain businesses with certain contracts with federal agencies are federal contractors and are therefore subject to certain affirmative action requirements. We did a very nutshell-version of the requirements in last week’s post (Click here for […]