Category: Selection & Testing

The 31st Annual National Conference for the Industry Liaison Group (ILG) was held July 30 – August 2, 2013 in Indianapolis, IN. This annual conference…  Read more
The ruling, by ALJ Kenneth A. Krantz was handed down on 8/5/13 and may be viewed here. What’s interesting in this ruling is that OFCCP, for…  Read more
In this installment of our UGESP series, we address an aspect of the validation process that presents significant EEO enforcement risk if overlooked: selection procedure…  Read more
In a press release dated July 17, 2013, the OFCCP announced that Tufts Associated Health Plans has agreed to a $372,739 settlement related to charges…  Read more
In our last set of blog posts, we promised a series of posts attending to specific compliance issues related to the Uniform Guidelines on Employee…  Read more
In selection systems that leverage more than one procedure and/or tool to make employment decisions, evaluation of disparities becomes complicated, as disparity analyses may be…  Read more
EEOC recently sued BMW Manufacturing and Dollar General alleging that their use of criminal background checks resulted in discrimination against African Americans. The cases highlight…  Read more
The Settlement was announced on 6/28/13 and may be viewed on the EEOC Website at The details on this one are skimpy. In 2009,…  Read more
The ruling was handed down on 6/24/13 [2013 U.S. LEXIS 4703]. The issue of whether an alleged harasser is a supervisor or co-worker is important…  Read more
The ruling was handed down on 6/24/13 [2013 U.S. LEXIS 4701]. In a 7-1 vote (with Justice Kagan not participating), the Court decided that the…  Read more
Many readers are familiar with the Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures (UGESP), which describe the standards by which EEO regulatory agencies evaluate adverse impact…  Read more
The case is Davis v. Cintas, decided by the 6th Circuit on 5/30/13 [2013 U.S. App. LEXIS 10856]. This case is very much like Dukes…  Read more