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EEOC Advises Court Overseeing EEO-1 “Component 2” Litigation That Online Filing System May Not Be Fully Operational Until Mid-August, Despite September 30, 2019 Filing Deadline

19-126 | 21 Jun 2019
The EEOC’s latest status report to the federal court which ordered the agency to reinstate the controversial EEO-1 pay and hours-worked data reporting requirements added during the Obama Administration suggests that EEO-1 filers wishing to use the popular data file upload filing option may have trouble meeting the EEOC’s September 30 filing deadline.

CWC Submits Written Comments in General Support of Labor Department’s Proposed Modernization of FLSA “Regular Rate” Regulations

19-125 | 21 Jun 2019
CWC’s written comments to the Labor Department support the agency’s effort to modernize its so-called regular rate regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The current regulations have not been significantly changed in more than 60 years, and provide little practical guidance to employers on how to make compliant overtime pay determinations.

CWC’s Comments to OFCCP on Proposed “Compliance Check” Scheduling Letter for Federal Construction Contractors Urge Revisions To Reduce the Burden Imposed

19-124 | 21 Jun 2019
OFCCP is seeking approval to begin using a new scheduling letter to notify federal construction contractors that have been flagged for a so-called compliance check, an ostensibly abbreviated form of compliance audit. Our comments to the agency point out, however, that the information that the agency wants to collect differs little from what a contractor would have to provide if flagged for a full review.

MEMBER INPUT REQUESTED: Northeast Region Update

19-123 | 21 Jun 2019
The latest memo in our “CWC Interstate” series looks at recent state and local employment law developments in the country’s Northeast region.

Ninth Circuit Rules in Lambert v. Tesla That Section 1981 Claims Are Subject to Arbitration

19-122 | 21 Jun 2019
In a case of first impression, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled recently that an employer can enforce an arbitration agreement with a worker with respect to claims alleging violations of Section 1981 of the Civil Rights Act of 1866.

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