President Trump’s recent Executive Order 13950 (the EO) seeks to prohibit the federal agencies and federal contractors from using employee trainings that “promote race or sex stereotyping or scapegoating” or use “divisive concepts.” There has been a lot of discussion about the EO, both from its challengers and its proponents, especially because many of you [...]
Salary History – Several states and cities have banned employers from asking applicants about their salary history, most recently San Francisco. On July 19th San Francisco’s mayor signed the Parity in Pay Ordinance, which becomes effective July 1, 2018. Currently six states have a similar ban and 17 states are proposing a ban. Proponents of [...]
There has been so much happening lately in the affirmation action and EEO compliance world. Here are some important news items related to the OFCCP and EEOC. EEO-1 and Vets-4212 Report – The new EEO-1 report is due March 31, 2018 and will include summary compensation data. However, there is a chance the pay component [...]
On February 16, 2017, President Trump announced his selection of Alexander Acosta as the new nominee for Secretary of Labor. This was less than a day after Andrew Puzder withdrew his nomination. Currently, Mr. Acosta is dean of the College of Law at Florida International University and the Chairman of the Board of Directors of [...]
In December 2016, we posted an article about President Donald Trump’s pick for Secretary of Labor, Andrew F. Puzder. Today Mr. Puzder withdrew his nomination. We will keep you updated on who President Trump nominates next for the Secretary of Labor.