BAY AREA EQUAL PAY COLLABORATIVE (BA=$C) HOSTS A WEBINAR
Speaking Out, Leaning In, & Moving Forward
Strategies for Equity for Women in the Workplace
Thursday, May 16, 2013 at Noon (Pacific Time)
Click here for an informational flyer
DIVERSITY IN TECH
Wedensday, June 5, 2013
9:00AM - 5:30PM
3165 Kifer Road, Santa Clara, CA 95051
Free Event: Learn how to increase the representation of women, mimorities, veterans, and workers with disabilities in the Software Engineering discipline through networking and sharing of best practices.
Event is open to representative of tech companies, universities, and professional organizations with a focus on Software Engineers
Click here for more information
Visit http://diversityintech.eventbrite.com to learn more and to RSVP!
EEOC SAN JOSE SEMINAR
Thursday, June 20 - Friday, June 21
Concrete Tools for your EEO Toolbox
Dolce Hayes Conference Center
200 Edenvale Ave., San Jose, CA 95136
Register at www.eeotraininig.eeoc.gov
Click here for more information
or contact Linda Li at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-625-5618
May 15, 2013: OFCCP has posted a notice on its Web site to inform contractors of the date by which they must begin using the 2006-2010 Census EEO Tabulation in the development of their written affirmative action programs (AAPs). The Notice for Federal Contractors on Use of the 2006-2010 Census EEO Tabulation in the Development of Affirmative Action Programs (AAPs) is available at http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/OFCCPNews/Census_EEO_Tab_508c.pdf
On February 26, 2013: the OFCCP issued a new directive governing any OFCCP audits opened on or after February 28, 2013. In Directive 307, the OFCCP outlines new enforcement procedures and standards for addressing systemic compensation discrimination, which will likely lead to more extensive compensation audits and increased allegations of pay and job-assignment discrimination. The OFCCP has also rescinded the two enforcement guidance documents on pay discrimination from 2006 known as the Compensation Standards and Voluntary Guidelines.
Click here for more details from the OFCCP web site, including a Fact Sheet and Frequently Asked Questions: http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/CompGuidance/
OFCCP 2013 Budget Proposal - Secretary’s Vision: “Good Jobs for Everyone”
The United States Department of Labor released the proposed FY 2013 budget
Effective January 1, 2011, OFCCP launched it’s newest enforcement
protocol, Active Case Enforcement (ACE). The OFCCP Active Case Enforcement(ACE) Webinar Presentation from May 2011 is available on the DOL Web Site:
Click here for the presentation at http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/Presentation/
2013 National Industry Liaison Group Conference
July 30 – August 2, 2013
Indianapolis would like to welcome you to "Raising the Game - Winning at Compliance". Indianapolis has continued to raise their game by achieving some incredible accomplishments, including serving as the host city to the biggest game of all – the 2012 Super Bowl - as well as to an annual tradition dating back to 1917: "The Greatest Spectacle in Sports" - the Indianapolis 500.
With the reelection of President Obama, 2013 will be a pivotal year for EEO/AA compliance. The OFCCP has proposed many regulatory changes over the past couple of years. Human Resource executives from across the country, OFCCP and EEO representatives should learn how to win at compliance and raise your game by attending the 2013 NILG Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Make your reservations now at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown. Hotels, restaurants, theaters and a scenic 3-mile canal walk flank the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown putting you in the heart of everything there is to experience in Indy. Come to Indy and learn how to raise your game and be a winner at compliance!
Click here for information about the 31st annual conference
The Department of Labor Newsletter is available
for the DOL News Brief
DOL/OFCCP Calendar of events
The Department of Labor has launched a new enforcement data web site.
The Department of Labor enforcement agencies foster and promote the welfare of wage earners and retirees of the United States, by ensuring their safety, improving their working conditions, and protecting their retirement and health care benefits. In carrying out this mission, the Agencies administer and enforce a variety of Federal labor laws that guarantee workers’ rights to safe and healthful working conditions, a minimum hourly wage and overtime pay, and freedom from employment discrimination, as well as the integrity of their pensions and health plans.
This site aims to make the enforcement data, collected by these agencies in the exercise of their mission, accessible and searchable, using common search criteria, by the public. It intends, also, to engage the public in new and creative ways of using this data. It is a work in progress, and
new features, functionality, and search criteria will be added over time. It is foremost our invitation to you, the American public, to engage with us, and react to this first iteration of our work by telling us what you think and what you would like to see here.