Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP)

DOL Sues to Get Google Comp Info

Google is being sued by the U.S. Department of Labor for allegedly failing to turnover documents relating to compensation of employees at its Silicon Valley headquarters. The suit announced today charges that Google provided a September 1,  2015 “compensation snapshot,” but has refused to turnover other data the government wants, including job and…

Google Sued By OFCCP Over Comp Data

Google is being sued by the Department of Labor for allegedly failing to turnover documents relating to compensation of employees at its Silicon Valley headquarters. The suit announced today charges that Google provided a Sept. 1,  2015 “compensation snapshot,” but has refused to turnover other data the government wants, including job and salary…

OFCCP Issues Final Rule on Sex Discrimination

Yesterday, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) announced publication of its long-awaited final rule on sex discrimination. This rule, in the form of regulations, updates the OFCCP’s 1970 guidance on this topic. The final rule is focused on eliminating gender-based barriers to equal employment opportunity and covers a variety of topics,…

What You Need to Know About OFCCP Audits and Trends

Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) audits can be complex, which is why it’s so important federal contractors understand the latest requirements and trends impacting enforcement. Here are some of the latest OFCCP audit trends and expectations you should be aware of: Section 503 and VEVRAA regulation enforcement OFCCP is still expecting…

New OFCCP Pay Transparency Rules In Effect

The nascent trend toward pay transparency has a friend in the U.S. government, which now prohibits its contractors from discriminating against or punishing employees or job applicants for discussing or disclosing their pay. The OFCCP last week began enforcing Executive Order 13665, which was issued by President Obama in 2014. The intent is to…