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USDOL Wage Hour Intends to Revise the White-Collar Salaried Employee Exemption Regulation - Requests Comments and Information

FLSA Hours of Work Without a Section 14(c) Special Minimum Wage Certificate

USDOL Issues Proposed Rule: Nondiscrimination and Equal Opportunity WIOA

U.S. Court of Appeals Upholds Domestic Employee-Companion Rule

Not Renewing a Section 14c Certificate Could Prove Costly - Hours Work Changes

New FMLA Forms Published May 2015

State Minimum Wage Rates

Affordable Care Act Employee Notification Forms & Guidance Packet

New Definition for Hours of Work Results in Violations - Employers Take Heed!

Break Time for Nursing Mothers under the FLSA

Government Contractor Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Poster No Longer Required


Government Contractor Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Rule

 

Poster Should Be Removed

 

This poster is no longer required and SHOULD BE REMOVED from all work places. Congress passed a bill under the Congressional Review Act, CRA, nullifying the Federal Contractor Pay Transparancy and Black Listing Rule, issued by the Obama Administration. The bill also prohibits the Department of Labor from issueing any similar rule in the future. The bill was signed into law by President Trump.

 

Every employer covered by Executive Order 11246, as amended, is required to post the Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision and include it in employee manuals and handbooks. The provision provides applicants and employees notice that the employer will not discriminate against them for inquiring about, discussing or disclosing their pay or, in certain circumstances, the pay of their co-workers.

 

Because OFCCP believes that uniform use of the nondiscrimination provision is necessary to ensure consistency and clarity in the information provided to applicants and employees, contractors must, at a minimum, use the language provided in the nondiscrimination provision provided below to satisfy both dissemination requirements. Of course, nothing limits a contractor from providing additional information to their employees about their rights and obligations.

 

Posting Requirement

 

The posting requirement may be accomplished by posting the provision electronically or by posting a copy of the provision in conspicuous places available for employees and applicants. In order to facilitate the implementation of this requirement, OFCCP has created two versions of the nondiscrimination provision.

 

The first version is formatted to be posted electronically or printed and posted on the employer’s premises. It includes the OFCCP logo and contact information.

 

The second version includes the required, prescribed language only without formatting. At a minimum, contractors must use this prescribed language.

Employee Manuals and Handbooks

 

In addition to the posting requirement, employers covered by Executive Order 11246 must incorporate the nondiscrimination provision into their existing manuals or handbooks. Again, employers must, at a minimum, use the unformatted version.






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