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Proposed Labor Violation Reporting Rules Target Government Contractors

Proposal makes agency allegations of employment law violations reportable events that could result in denial of federal contracts or termination of existing contracts. Executive Order 13673 (the Order), signed by US...more

DOL Issues Final Federal Contractor Minimum Wage Rule

Under Executive Order 13658, covered employees must be paid at least $10.10 per hour starting January 1, 2015. On October 7, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) published in the Federal Register the preamble and final...more

OFCCP Proposes Burdensome Annual Submission of Pay Data

The agency will publish “objective industry standards” on acceptable pay differences. On August 6, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) published an advance copy of a regulatory proposal that, if...more

Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order Targets Federal Contractors

The new Executive Order requires reporting of labor law violations, which may jeopardize federal contracts, and requires contractors to agree that certain claims would not be arbitrated without the voluntary postdispute...more

OFCCP's Final Regulations for Individuals with Disabilities and Protected Veterans

Expansive regulations will subject federal contractors and subcontractors to many new requirements, including utilization goals and hiring benchmarks. On August 27, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs...more

OFCCP Expands Compensation Discrimination Enforcement

New directive outlines audit procedures and evaluation standards that will likely lead to extensive compensation audits and increased allegations of pay and job assignment discrimination....more

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