In conjunction with the 30th anniversary of the federal Family and Medical Leave Act, we are sharing a copy of CWC’s popular FMLA Compliance Outline, a comprehensive resource designed to assist our members in understanding the FMLA’s basic requiremen
CWC is pleased to present an updated version of our popular federal poster requirements checklist, incorporating changes that have occurred since our last update in 2020.
Our new guidance memo is in response to requests from our members asking how they can leverage their AAPs to enhance organizational objectives while ensuring ongoing compliance.
A tool for evaluating disability and veteran outreach under OFCCP rules
A checklist to assist in understanding and complying with OFCCP's annual AAP-VI certification requirement.
A suite of resources to assist with planning, conducting, documenting and evaluation outreach efforts.
A helpful resource for FAQs around self-identify.
A step-by-step checklist for developing a VEVRAA focused review desk audit submission.
A step-by-step checklist for successfully managing OFCCP desk audit submissions
A step-by-step checklist for putting together a Section 503 focused review desk audit submission
CWC is pleased to present our members with updated digests of the various affirmative action obligations imposed on covered government contractors by a number of state and local jurisdictions.
As the November elections approach, employees may have strong views about the candidates and issues and may want to express those views in the workplace. Employers do have flexibility to adopt policies that minimize the potential disruption that may
Among other things, the coronavirus pandemic has led to a large increase in the number of employees who now telework. That in turn has raised questions for federal contractors as to how those employees should be accounted for in the company’s AAPs. O
The latest in our ongoing series of memos exploring the nuances of the Fair Labor Standards Act’s so-called white collar exemptions explains the recently revised rules governing overtime eligibility for “white collar” exempt workers that allow employ
Our latest OFCCP desk audit submission checklist provides a step-by-step playbook to assist CWC members in tracking and managing all aspects of a “focused review” by the agency involving how a federal contractor is meeting its compliance obligations
Sometimes an OFCCP audit can’t be settled, and the agency might decide to sue the contactor to force compliance. We’ve updated our previous memo on what happens when that occurs, to reflect some changes recently implemented regarding the authority of
Our new Section 503 Focused Review Checklist is designed to assist CWC members in understanding the information being requested in an OFCCP Section 503 focused review scheduling letter and the objectives to keep in mind when responding.
In the latest of CWC’s ongoing series on compliance issues related to the “white collar” exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act, we take an in depth look at the so-called salary basis test. We would also like to hear from our members as to add
We are pleased to provide CWC members with another compliance resource designed to assist you in meeting OFCCP requirements. Our new OFCCP Desk Audit Submission Checklist, prepared exclusively for use by CWC member companies, provides a step-by-step
There are a host of federal labor and employment laws that require employers to post notices informing employees of their rights. Our updated checklist and summary cover the employment-related poster requirements currently in effect, along with the m
The “H” visa category is used by many U.S. businesses to fill open slots with qualified foreign workers. Because the rules can be complicated, we thought it might be helpful to update and reissue a guide to the H visa process that we prepared a few y
Although many federal contractors set their AAPs on a calendar year basis, OFCCP does not require it. Our memo covers some of the basic considerations to look at in deciding on whether to set a different annual AAP cycle.
Whenever the Labor Department revises its white collar exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act, employer classification decisions are closely scrutinized. In the first of a five-part series of CWC memos looking at the white collar exemptions, w
In our third of five memos analyzing the white-collar exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act, we look at the so-called professional exemption.
In our second of five memos on the “white collar” exemptions under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, we examine the exemption that applies to “administrative” employees, including the tests used to determine whether a person falls within the exem
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