New DOL Sex Discrimination Rule
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In its latest effort to identify and remedy perceived sex discrimination in the workplace, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has issued a Final Rule updating its Sex Discrimination Guidelines for federal contractors.
Effective August 15, 2016, the Final Rule further complicates contractors' existing compliance obligations by adopting a broad, employee-friendly interpretation of federal anti-discrimination law.
This webinar will help the person responsible for administering affirmative action and equal employment opportunity in your organization understand the Final Rule and take steps to ensure your personnel policies and benefit plans are up-to-date before an OFCCP audit.
The faculty will discuss the history of the Guidelines and OFCCP's reasons for issuing the Final Rule, fully explore the details of the Final Rule and provide practical advice on how contractors' should respond. Failing to fully understand and appreciate the implications of this Final Rule could have significant adverse consequences should OFCCP commence an investigation into your organization's policies and practices.
Issuance of Final Rule Updating OFCCP's Sex Discrimination Guidelines
Details of Final Rule
- Underlying Reasons for Updating the Guidelines
- Effective Date
- Contractors Covered by the Final Rule
Practical Impact of Final Rule
- Rights for Transgender Employees: Restrooms and Access to Benefits
- Sex-Based Compensation Discrimination
- Accommodating Pregnant Employees
- Sex Stereotyping Discrimination
About The Presenter
- How Final Rule May Affect OFCCP Audits
- Personnel Policies and Benefit Offerings
- Pay Equity Analyses
Matthew J. Camardella
- Principal in the Long Island, New York office of Jackson Lewis P.C.
- Practices almost exclusively in the area of federal government contractor compliance with affirmative action requirements
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous topics related to affirmative action and OFCCP
- Wrote several publications related to the areas of affirmative action and systemic discrimination
- Serves as General Counsel to the American Association for Access Equity and Diversity (AAAED)
- Graduate, with honors, Hofstra University School of Law
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