Compensation Directive

There’s been a lot of discussion in past days about OFCCP’s new Compensation Directive, which describes the Agency’s approach to investigating pay discrimination.  We’ve spent some time digging into the details of the directive.  We’ve previously shared our thoughts about the Directive’s commitment to transparency, and now, as promised, want to share our

It’s here!  OFCCP has finally issued its long-awaited, much-anticipated, new compensation directive.  The Directive explicitly replaces the controversial Directive 307 and sets out the Agency’s current approach, and commitment to transparency, with respect to pay equity analyses.

Directive 2018-05: Analysis of Contractor Compensation Practices During a Compliance Evaluation outlines “standard procedures for reviewing

Responding to questions following her keynote address at the annual conference of the American Association for Affirmative Action, OFCCP Director Patricia Shiu informed conference participants that OFCCP plans to conduct additional webinars on Directive 307, the Agency’s new Procedures for Reviewing Contractor Compensation Systems and Practices.

Director Shiu explained that there appears to be a

On March 27, 2013 OFCCP sent out a wave advance notice letters –referred to as CSAL’s – to employers across the country.  In November, 2012, OFCCP emailed more 1,750 CSALs.  We have learned the number of CSAL’s mailed last week exceeds the last round of notifications sent in November.  As result, employers can expect

In an effort to provide the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs and its compliance officers “more flexibility” in the review of employer pay practices, the Agency has rescinded its own compensation standards and voluntary guidelines and issued a new “game-changing” Directive. Under the new Directive, OFCCP commits to developing a “case-by-case” approach to