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OFCCP Seeks Changes to Self-ID Form for Disability

On October 3, OFCCP published a request for public comment on its proposed revisions to its self-identification form regarding disability status for applicants and employees. These comments were sought as part of the required renewal process from the Office of...

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Scalia Becomes Secretary of Labor

On September 30, Eugene Scalia was sworn in as the new Secretary of Labor. Scalia was confirmed by the Senate on a party line vote. He replaces Alex Acosta, who resigned as Secretary of Labor earlier in the year. As we noted in an earlier post, Eugene Scalia had...

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Scalia Nomination Advances to Senate Floor

The nomination of Eugene Scalia to be the new Secretary of Labor has advanced to the full Senate. On Tuesday, September 24, the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee approved Scalia's nomination on a party-line 12 to 11 vote. Scalia would succeed Alex...

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