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The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) announced last December 2021 that covered federal government contractors and their covered subcontractors not only MUST register in the OFCCP’s newly established online portal but also MUST certify their 2022 affirmative action plan (AAP) compliance by JUNE 30, 2022, a date fast approaching!!! The portal opened in February 2022.

The OFCCP portal can be found at  https://contractorportal.dol.gov and guidance for registration and certification in the portal can be found ...

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Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, an employer may not discriminate against any individual because of the individual’s religion. To comply with this requirement, employers must reasonably accommodate an employee’s sincerely held religious belief and practice, unless doing so would present an undue hardship. The Supreme Court has declined to review two cases where it could have clarified when a religious accommodation is reasonable, and federal appellate courts currently are divided on the issue.

On May 25, 2022, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals joined the ...

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Our Chambers-ranked Labor & Employment team is known for frequently writing and speaking on various employment, workplace and labor-related topics and sharing insights with businesses in different industry sectors. This spring has been no different (and has flown by for us). Here are some highlights we want to make sure you don’t miss:

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