OFCCPOffice of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (US Department of Labor)
OFCCPOceanic Fisheries and Climate Change Project
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Savina Consulting is an employment litigation support practice group that provides testifying and consulting services that are essential to clients when trying to resolve allegations of discrimination arising under Title VII (class action or single plaintiff), FLSA challenges, and investigations of selection processes by the OFCCP.
"Federal contractors are required to comply with all applicable anti-discrimination laws," OFCCP Acting Director Thomas M.
Similarly, Directive 2013-03 was issued by OFCCP to its enforcement officers and covers the detection of pay discrimination among federal contractors.
RECORDS ACCESS The Final Rule clarifies that contractors must allow OFCCP to review documents related to a compliance check or focused review, either on-site or off-site, at OFCCP's option.
It is now the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).
In the era of civil rights legislation, Equal Economic Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), and other efforts to assure fair and equal treatment of all citizens, by one measure (unemployment), the relative economic security of blacks has declined sharply relative to earlier.
When I read the 1984 headline, "OFCCP Study Supports Value of Affirmative Action" and its subhead, "Findings at odds with the Civil Rights Commission Study," I couldn't help but think of the headline for the cover story of our July 18, 2013 edition, "Following Fisher" with its subhead, "Higher ed community assesses what's next for affirmative action in wake of Supreme Court's decision to send Fisher v.
That order created the Office of Federal Contract Compliance--now known as the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP)--and empowered it to ensure that firms holding contracts with the federal government comply with its nondiscrimination rules.
As for the wages of men and women, the authors find no evidence that antidiscrimination policies have made a difference, including the actions of the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).
Under terms of a conciliation agreement negotiated by the OFCCP, Baldor will pay $2 million in back wages and interest to the affected individuals and make at least 50 job offers to members of the original class action lawsuit as positions become available.