Year: 2009

OFCCP has announced the addition of Marika Litras, Ph.D. as Director of Operations, OFCCP in the Pacific region. Marika Litras has been a Statistician with…  Read more
The OFCCP announced on their website that a new round of Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letters (CSAL) will be released in the near future. Additionally, the…  Read more
According to reliable sources at the Department of Labor, the following personnel selections or assignments were made at OFCCP: Lorenzo Harrison was selected as the…  Read more
By David Morgan, DCI Consulting Group OFCCP began its first of three webinars on Wednesday, September 16, geared toward presenting information on the equal employment…  Read more
  The Department of Homeland Security has posted on its website that federal contractors (and subcontractors) will be required to use E Verify (Executive Order…  Read more
by Fred Satterwhite, Senior Consultant, DCI Consulting Group (UPDATE: Final rule published on May 20, 2010)   More than six months after President Obama signed…  Read more
Patricia A. Shiu, currently Vice President of Programs at the Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center, has been named Director of the OFCCP. Shiu has dedicated…  Read more
Department of Labor Secretary Hilda Solis outlined DOL’s FY 2010 budget request in a national online discussion with stakeholder groups, the general public and the…  Read more
The EEOC issued a technical assistance document that provides guidance on how employers can prepare for the H1N1 virus without violating the Americans with Disabilities…  Read more
The EEOC announced a lawsuit against Sam’s Club, which is owned and operated by Wal-Mart. EEOC’s lawsuit alleges Latino employees endured a hostile work environment…  Read more
A Pittsburgh hospital will pay $100,000 to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit in which the hospital allegedly fired an employee because she had cancer, according…  Read more
The EEOC announced a lawsuit against a manufacturer alleging it failed or refused to promote female workers because of their sex to higher-paying jobs. The…  Read more