Department of Labor (DOL)

Preliminary Injunction Stops Department of Labor Rule

November 28, 2016 Court enjoins DOL Overtime Rule Implementation: December 1 Effective Date – No Longer Valid Source: Piliero Mazza, PM Legal Minute, Nichole Atallah, November 23, 2016 On November 22, just a few days before its December 1 implementation … Continued

Fair Pay and Safe Workspaces Rule Set to Take Effect

October 14, 2016 Contractors Group Files Suit Against ‘Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces’ Source: Government Executive, Charles S. Clark, October 11, 2016 President Obama’s long-controversial Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces rule—set to take effect Oct. 25—is being challenged in district … Continued

Comments about paid sick leave requirement requested

March 2, 2016 Labor Dept. to require paid sick leave for workers of federal contractors Source: Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center, Chuck Schadl, February 29, 2016 The Department of Labor (DOL) is requiring federal contractors, subcontractors and certain parties who contract … Continued

Preparing for a Compliance Audit from OFCCP

Responding to a Scheduling Letter From the OFCCP: The Little Things Matter The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs wants to conduct a compliance review.  What do you do? Source: Foley & Lardner LLP, Article written … Continued

“Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” Provisions Proposed

Federal Contractors To Be Burdened With Additional Disclosure Requirements If Government Has Its Say The U.S. Labor Department (DOL) and three federal agencies (the Department of Defense, the General Services Administration and NASA) recently issued two proposed documents relating to … Continued

Proposed Guidance Requires Labor Law Violations Disclosure

Administration moves ahead with federal contractor labor law guidance The Obama administration proposed guidance that requires prospective contractors to disclose labor law violations from the past three years before they can get a contract. But a contractor advocacy group isn’t … Continued