AA Insights: The Blog

01 Feb

EEOC Announces Proposed Addition of Pay Data to Annual EEO-1 Reports

PRESS RELEASE 1-29-16 EEOC Announces Proposed Addition of Pay Data to Annual EEO-1 Reports Pay Ranges and Hours Worked to Be Included, Making It Easier to Spot Trends and Pay Discrimination WASHINGTON –The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) today made public a proposed revision to the Employer Information Report (EEO-1) to include collecting pay

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15 Dec

OFCCP Sues Convergys For Refusing To Comply With Investigation Of Employment Practices

News Release US Labor Department sues Convergys for refusing to comply with investigation of employment practices Complaint asks judge to order cooperation or ban company from federal contracting ATLANTA — The U.S. Department of Labor has filed a lawsuit to require Cincinnati-based Convergys Customer Management Group Inc. to submit documents detailing the federal contractor’s affirmative

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15 Dec

OFCCP Alleges Hiring Discrimination by Indiana Federal Contractor That Manufactures Portable Military Meals

News Release US Labor Department alleges hiring discrimination by Indiana federal contractor that manufactures portable military meals Complaint seeks back wages, 27 job offers for male victims EVANSVILLE, Ind. — A federal contractor that manufactures portable meals for the U.S. Department of Defense and other government agencies discriminated systematically against qualified men seeking entry-level production

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27 Oct

OFCCP Settles Systemic Hiring Discrimination Case with Hospira Inc.

News Release US Labor Department settles allegations of systemic hiring discrimination at Hospira Inc., in McPherson, Kansas Company agrees to pay female applicants $400K in back wages WASHINGTON — Hospira Inc., a government contractor, discriminated against women in violation of Executive Order 11246 when it denied jobs to 145 female applicants for pharmacy attendant positions

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27 Oct

Fastenal Company Agrees To Offer Positions To 171 Job Applicants Due To Hiring Discrimination Settlement With The OFCCP

News Release CORRECTED: Fastenal Company will offer positions to 171 job applicants at Indianapolis and Atlanta facilities in hiring discrimination settlement Company also agrees to pay African-American and female applicants $1.25M in back wages INDIANAPOLIS — The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has found that Fastenal Company, North America’s leading

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27 Oct

OFCCP Files Lawsuit Against Pilgrim’s Pride Alleging Hiring Discrimination

News Release US Labor Department files second lawsuit alleging hiring discrimination at Pilgrim’s Pride chicken plants Complaint seeks back wages and job offers from Pilgrim’s Pride Company ATLANTA — One of the world’s largest chicken processors systematically discriminated against qualified African-American applicants seeking entry-level jobs as laborers and operatives at its chicken plant in Marshville,

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27 Oct

Home Depot Agrees To Pay $83K To Women In Gender Discrimination Case

News Release The Home Depot agrees to pay $83K to women subjected to gender discrimination at Southern California store LOS ANGELES — For years, women at The Home Depot in Southern California store found themselves funneled into cashier jobs while their male coworkers landed higher-paying sales jobs. As a federal contractor, however, the company is

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