We’re pleased to present highlights from CWC’s recently held virtual 2023 Workplace Equity Policy Conference.
MEMBER FEEDBACK WELCOME. CWC’s end-of-year member roundtable featured both a review of the association’s 2022 accomplishments as well as a preview of things to expect in 2023.
CWC’s eighth annual “TACS” featured more than 10 hours of substantive presentations, facilitated discussions, and small-group sessions covering the latest legal, regulatory, and policy developments affecting recruitment and selection.
We are pleased to announce the association’s 2022-2023 Leadership Team.
We are pleased to present highlights from CWC’s recently completed and highly successful virtual 2022 Compliance, Diversity, and Inclusion Summit.
The latest in our virtual member roundtable discussions focused on the challenges of complying with differing state and local workplace requirements, and the availability of technologies that might assist in helping companies to comply.
CWC recently concluded its 2022 Virtual Policy Conference, which featured presentations by high level officials from the EEOC and OFCCP as well as a number of substantive sessions on the ever-changing landscape of workplace compliance, diversity and
CWC’s most recent summary of employment law cases that should be of interest to our members covers rulings issued since our last update in July.
CWC’s new leadership team was elected to serve for the upcoming year at our recently held virtual 2021 Compliance, Diversity & Inclusion Summit. Here they are.
In a specially-created virtual event combining the best features of our normally held “in person” annual policy and compliance conferences, CWC’s recently held CD&I Summit delivered more than 18 hours of substantive content over the course of four da
In response to high member interest, CWC held a virtual roundtable recently to allow members to discuss various I-9 compliance issues that have arisen as a result of the pandemic. Please note that we are ready to schedule a virtual roundtable on any
Our memo includes a number of tables that contain the most recent demographic data by award level for each of the 38 broad degree families in which postsecondary degrees were conferred by U.S. colleges and universities during the 2018-2019 academic y
A number of outside entities have sent letters to major companies recently asking them to publicly disclose their EEO-1 and employee pay data. CWC has prepared a template letter that may be helpful to a member company in preparing a response.
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.
ODEP has made public the results of a 2018 voluntary survey it conducted on employer practices designed to enhance the employment of people with disabilities. ODEP concludes that while progress has been made, there is still a long way to go.
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
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
COVID-19 did not prevent CWC from going ahead with our Sixth Talent Acquisition Compliance Summit this year, although we went virtual in response. The very well received Summit featured ten different hands-on sessions facilitated by CWC’s staff exper
Member company representatives attending our recent Policy Conference elected the Board of Directors and group of officers who will lead the Association for the upcoming year. Our memo tells you who they are.
CWC hosted another successful annual policy conference last week featuring a number of keynote presentations and hands-on compliance sessions. Our memo summarizes the highlights.
The EEOC has released “Component 1” data from the 2018 EEO-1 reports, the most recent comprehensive workplace demographic data available. As in past years, CWC has refined the data into a series of data tables as well as incorporated the data into ou
The latest national annual census conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reveals a disturbing trend in workplace suicides over the last two decades, even as workplace homicides have declined over the last two years.
Mr. Scalia, the son of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, is a well-known and respected management-side employment lawyer. It may take some time, but he is likely to be confirmed as the next Secretary of Labor, replacing Alexander Acosta
The EEOC is in the process of finalizing steps to allow an individual to file a discrimination charge online. CWC’s written comments to the agency on its proposal are supportive, but suggest additional improvements that will minimize abuse and protec
We are pleased to let you know who the member company representatives and staff are that will be composing CWC’s leadership team for the upcoming year.
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