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MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED: OFCCP Seeking Approval To Make Major Changes to Its Compliance Evaluation Scheduling Letters

19-080 | 19 Apr 2019
OFCCP wants to collect more information from federal contractors in conjunction with a compliance evaluation, and is proposing to do so through some major revisions to the letters it uses to schedule an audit. CWC will be filing comments on the proposed changes, and is asking for input from members on the issues you would like us to raise.

MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED: Department of Labor Proposes First Significant Revision of Its FLSA “Regular Rate” Regulations in More Than Fifty Years

19-079 | 19 Apr 2019
The last time the Labor Department revised its regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act regarding how an employer should calculate an employee’s “regular rate” for purposes of determining how much to pay in overtime was more than 50 years ago. The changes the agency is now proposing are designed to modernize the regulations.

CWC’s Brief to Ninth Circuit in Moussouris v. Microsoft, Pointing to Dukes, Argues Trial Court Ruled Correctly in Denying Certification to Purported Class of More Than 8,600

19-078 | 19 Apr 2019
In a case with similarities to the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Dukes v. Wal-Mart, the plaintiffs here are seeking to bring a huge Title VII class action. Our brief to the Ninth Circuit argues that the same rationale that was applied in Dukes applies here, and that class certification should not be granted.

Congress Quietly Moving Federal Contractor “Ban-the-Box” Legislation, as New Mexico Joins Growing Number of States With Ban-the-Box Laws

19-077 | 19 Apr 2019
A bipartisan bill that would ban federal contractors from asking about criminal history on an employment application has cleared key House and Senate Committees, and stands a fair chance of becoming law in this Congress. In the meantime, some of the states are acting on their own, with New Mexico recently joining 11 other states with such laws.

Two Recent Medical Marijuana Court Rulings Highlight Growing Challenges to Drug-Free Workplace Policies, Even as Use by Workers Hits Highest Level in 14 Years

19-076 | 19 Apr 2019
With the proliferation of state laws legalizing marijuana use for medical purposes, it is becoming more and more difficult for employers to enforce drug-free workplace policies that ban marijuana use. Two recent court rulings underscore the dilemma.

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