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Current Federal Contractor Minimum Wage To Increase to $11.25 on January

21-188 | 22 Sep 2021
Pursuant to an Executive Order issued by former President Obama in 2014, federal contractors subject to that order will be required to start paying eligible workers a minimum wage of $11.25 (up from $10.95) an hour beginning January 1, 2022.

CWC Interstate: September 2021 Update

21-187 | 22 Sep 2021
MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED. Our latest update covers workplace developments of note occurring at the state and local level since our last update in August.

CWC’s Virtual Member Roundtable on Multi-State Compliance

21-186 | 21 Sep 2021
Our latest virtual member roundtable focused on the emerging laws in an increasing number of states requiring employers to disclose salary ranges to job applicants, epitomized by Colorado’s burdensome new law.

DOL Reports Little Change in USERRA Complaints Filed in FY 2020 Compared to FY 2019

21-185 | 21 Sep 2021
Discrimination complaints filed with the Labor Department by service members under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act remained consistent with the annual average over the last five years.

OFCCP Financial Settlement Update – September 2021

21-184 | 21 Sep 2021
OFCCP has posted six new financial settlements resolving discrimination allegations against federal contractors since our last update in June. There were no “Early Resolution Conciliation Agreements (ERCAs)” announced.

Workplace Provisions in Massive Partisan “Reconciliation” Bill Are Emerging

21-183 | 15 Sep 2021
Congressional Democrats are moving forward with their $3.5 billion government spending bill, which also includes a host of major policy changes, some of which will have a major impact on workplace compliance.

D.C. Circuit Overturns Trump-Era NLRB Standard Limiting Access to Employer Property

21-182 | 14 Sep 2021
A standard adopted by the Republican-controlled National Labor Relations Board in 2019 that strictly limited the ability of a property owner’s contract workers to engage in union related activity on the owner’s premises has been reversed by a federal appeals court, which found the new standard to be arbitrary. The now Democrat-controlled NLRB is likely to set a more union-friendly standard in its place.
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