The second day of the NILG 2023 National Conference did not disappoint.  The day kicked off with regional ILG’s breakfasting with their respective OFCCP Regional Directors followed by a keynote address from EEOC Chair Charlotte Burrows.

Chair Burrows opened her remarks by thanking NILG for being a “steadfast partner” in the important work EEOC does

A new Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR 52.204-27) enacted in June 2023 requires companies with covered contracts to ban the use of TikTok and other apps developed by ByteDance Limited on employee devices, including personal cell phones, which are used in the performance of government contracts.  The ban does not apply to devices “incidental to a

The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has been working to revise the scheduling letter and itemized listing it uses to initiate compliance reviews of supply and service federal contractors and subcontractors. After considering public comments, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has released a new version of the proposed Scheduling Letter

Last week, the EEOC and OFCCP announced the replacement of the “EEO is the Law” poster in favor of a new poster called the “Know Your Rights” poster.  Both EEOC and OFCCP have updated their websites accordingly.  Importantly, as of the date of this blog post, DOL had not, yet, updated its workplace poster

OFCCP’s regulations were designed for the typical private sector contractor.  As a result, higher educational institutions, particularly colleges and universities, often struggle with fitting their “round pegs” processes into the “square holes” that OFCCP designed.  OFCCP’s Contractor Portal is no exception.

The Portal identifies employer establishments based on EEO-1 Reports filed from 2018.  But higher

Speaking to the Institute For Workplace Equality during its 2022 Annual Summit in Washington D.C., personnel from the U.S. Department of Labor Solicitor’s office (OFCCP’s attorneys) clarified the intent of the Agency’s new Compensation Directive 2022-01.  Speaking to conference attendees, Beverly Dankowitz, Associate Solicitor for the Civil Rights and Labor- Management, explained the purpose

As we reported the 2021 EEO-1 reporting portal is now open.

More employers are collecting non-binary gender data from employees.  The EEOC however, is not authorized to require collection, or reporting, of non-binary employee data.  The current EEO-1 reporting form has fields only for the reporting of employee binary gender data.  So what are employers