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OFCCP Publishes Three New Directives, Formally Rescinding “Active Case Enforcement” Procedures, Establishing New “Early Resolution Procedures,” and Inaugurating Informal Opinion Letters

18-253 | 07 Dec 2018
The Labor Department’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs issued three more internal policy directives to agency staff last week, including one that does away with former Director Pat Shiu’s controversial “Active Case Enforcement” policy and another that is designed to implement the agency’s long-time goal of formally implementing enterprise-wide conciliation agreements.

OFCCP’s New Directive 2019-02, “Early Resolution Procedures”

18-252 | 07 Dec 2018
Federal contractors might be offered the option of agreeing to an “Early Resolution Conciliation Agreement with Corporate‐Wide Corrective Action” under one of three new internal policy directives issued by OFCCP last week. Our memo explains the process, and why it has significant implications for OFCCP enforcement going forward.

OFCCP Announces $4 Million Settlement With JBS To Resolve Two Administrative Lawsuits Alleging Hiring Discrimination; Settlement Includes Unique “Enhanced Compliance Agreement”

18-251 | 07 Dec 2018
In addition to committing the contractor to pay out $4 million in monetary relief, this formal settlement of alleged discriminatory hiring practices contains a unique, five-year “Enhanced Compliance Agreement” that offers a preview of what OFCCP will be aiming to include in a CA under the agency’s new “Early Resolution Procedures” directive

EEOC’s Preliminary FY 2018 Enforcement Statistics Show 10% Drop in Overall Charges, Despite Increase in Sexual Harassment Complaints

18-250 | 07 Dec 2018
Included in the latest required annual “Performance Accountability Report” that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is required to submit to Congress are preliminary enforcement numbers covering October 1, 2017, through September 30, 2018. The data show that discrimination charges filed with the agency dropped to the lowest level since 2006, despite a sharp uptick in sexual harassment charges.

CWC’s Updated Guide To Implementing a Compliant Reduction-In-Force

18-249 | 07 Dec 2018
RIFs can occur for a variety of reasons regardless of how robust the economy might be. Our updated guide discusses the potential legal issues that can arise in the context of a RIF, and offers practical pointers on how to minimize the risks.

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