Rebroadcast Session 3: Institute Advisory Board Member Panel on Diversity Best Practices – September 24

In this new three part series, we will explore effective ways to leverage your affirmative action plan data and analyses to support your company’s diversity and inclusion efforts. Register today for Session 3!

Session 3: Institute Advisory Board Member Panel on Diversity Best Practices
Date/Time: Thursday, September 24, 4-4:30 pm EDT

Description: Hear from two members of The Institute’s Advisory Board on a Panel discussion, on D&I initiatives that have succeeded (or perhaps have not succeeded).

Panelists:
Fred Melkey from Emerson Electric Co. in St. Louis, MO
Beth Timmons from Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation in East Hanover, NJ

Moderator: Jon Geier from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC


Registration Fees:

  • Complimentary for members
  • $99 each for non-members

Non-Members: Register below

Member Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2501235429266300175


Interested in registering for Sessions 1 & 2? Click here: Diversity and Inclusion: Leveraging Your Data and Implementing Best Practices

Rebroadcast Session 3: Institute Advisory Board Member Panel on Diversity Best Practices – August 13

In this new three part series, we will explore effective ways to leverage your affirmative action plan data and analyses to support your company’s diversity and inclusion efforts. Register today for Session 3!

Session 3: Institute Advisory Board Member Panel on Diversity Best Practices
Date/Time: Thursday, August 13, 4-4:30 pm EDT

Description: Hear from two members of The Institute’s Advisory Board on a Panel discussion, on D&I initiatives that have succeeded (or perhaps have not succeeded).

Panelists:
Fred Melkey from Emerson Electric Co. in St. Louis, MO
Beth Timmons from Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation in East Hanover, NJ

Moderator: Jon Geier from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC


Registration Fees:

  • Complimentary for members
  • $99 each for non-members

Non-Members: Register below

Member Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8442970977000309007


Interested in registering for Sessions 1 & 2? Click here: Diversity and Inclusion: Leveraging Your Data and Implementing Best Practices

Rebroadcast Session 2: Developing and Implementing Diversity Metrics Programs – September 10

In this new three part series, we will explore effective ways to leverage your affirmative action plan data and analyses to support your company’s diversity and inclusion efforts. Register today for Session 2!

Session 2: Developing and Implementing Diversity Metrics Programs
Date/Time: Thursday, September 10, 4-5pm EDT

Description: This session will demonstrate ways to utilize your affirmative action data (representation and transactional) and analytic methodologies consistent with how to manage D&I initiatives.  The session will also address ways to present the data trends in ways meaningful to the C-suite.

Presenters:
Laura Mitchell from Jackson Lewis in Denver, CO
Keli Wilson from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC


Registration Fees:

  • Complimentary for members
  • $99 each for non-members

Non-Members: Register below

Member Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7261244466768888847


Interested in registering for Sessions 1 & 3? Click here: Diversity and Inclusion: Leveraging Your Data and Implementing Best Practices

Rebroadcast Session 2: Developing and Implementing Diversity Metrics Programs – July 30

In this new three part series, we will explore effective ways to leverage your affirmative action plan data and analyses to support your company’s diversity and inclusion efforts. Register today for Session 2!

Session 2: Developing and Implementing Diversity Metrics Programs
Date/Time: Thursday, July 30, 4-5pm EDT

Description: This session will demonstrate ways to utilize your affirmative action data (representation and transactional) and analytic methodologies consistent with how to manage D&I initiatives.  The session will also address ways to present the data trends in ways meaningful to the C-suite.

Presenters:
Laura Mitchell from Jackson Lewis in Denver, CO
Keli Wilson from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC


Registration Fees:

  • Complimentary for members
  • $99 each for non-members

Non-Members: Register below

Member Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1296872173642105359


Interested in registering for Sessions 1 & 3? Click here: Diversity and Inclusion: Leveraging Your Data and Implementing Best Practices

Rebroadcast Session 1: Setting the Stage for Diversity Metrics and Programmatic Efforts – August 27

In this new three part series, we will explore effective ways to leverage your affirmative action plan data and analyses to support your company’s diversity and inclusion efforts.

Rebroadcast Session 1: Setting the Stage for Diversity Metrics and Programmatic Efforts
Date/Time: Thursday, August 27, 4-5pm EDT

Description: This session will first identify ways to maximize the value of your affirmative action plans while recognizing the limitations of establishment-specific analysis based on AAP job groups.

Presenters:
Jon Geier from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC
Nita Beecher from FortneyScott in St. Louis, MO
Laura Mitchell from Jackson Lewis in Denver, CO


Registration Fees:

  • Complimentary for members
  • $99 each for non-members

Non-Members: Register below

Member Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4080006583403484943


Interested in registering for Sessions 2 & 3? Click here: Diversity and Inclusion: Leveraging Your Data and Implementing Best Practices

Rebroadcast Session 1: Setting the Stage for Diversity Metrics and Programmatic Efforts – July 16

In this new three part series, we will explore effective ways to leverage your affirmative action plan data and analyses to support your company’s diversity and inclusion efforts.

Rebroadcast Session 1: Setting the Stage for Diversity Metrics and Programmatic Efforts
Date/Time: Thursday, July 16, 4-5pm EDT

Description: This session will first identify ways to maximize the value of your affirmative action plans while recognizing the limitations of establishment-specific analysis based on AAP job groups.

Presenters:
Jon Geier from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC
Nita Beecher from FortneyScott in St. Louis, MO
Laura Mitchell from Jackson Lewis in Denver, CO


Registration Fees:

  • Complimentary for members
  • $99 each for non-members

Non-Members: Register below

Member Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8153019865150774287


Interested in registering for Sessions 2 & 3? Click here: Diversity and Inclusion: Leveraging Your Data and Implementing Best Practices

Session 3: Institute Advisory Board Member Panel on Diversity Best Practices  

In this new three part series, we will explore effective ways to leverage your affirmative action plan data and analyses to support your company’s diversity and inclusion efforts. Register today for Session 3!

Session 3: Institute Advisory Board Member Panel on Diversity Best Practices
Date/Time: Thursday, July 9, 4-4:30 pm EDT

Description: Hear from two members of The Institute’s Advisory Board on a Panel discussion, on D&I initiatives that have succeeded (or perhaps have not succeeded).

Panelists:
Fred Melkey from Emerson Electric Co. in St. Louis, MO
Beth Timmons from Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation in East Hanover, NJ

Moderator: Jon Geier from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC


Registration Fees:

  • Complimentary for members
  • $99 each for non-members

Non-Members: Register below

Member Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5777289697191858702


Interested in registering for Sessions 1 & 2? Click here: Diversity and Inclusion: Leveraging Your Data and Implementing Best Practices

Session 2: Developing and Implementing Diversity Metrics Programs

In this new three part series, we will explore effective ways to leverage your affirmative action plan data and analyses to support your company’s diversity and inclusion efforts. Register today for Session 2!

Session 2: Developing and Implementing Diversity Metrics Programs
Date/Time: Thursday, June 25,  4-5 pm EDT

Description: This session will demonstrate ways to utilize your affirmative action data (representation and transactional) and analytic methodologies consistent with how to manage D&I initiatives.  The session will also address ways to present the data trends in ways meaningful to the C-suite.

Presenters:
Laura Mitchell from Jackson Lewis in Denver, CO
Keli Wilson from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC


Registration Fees:

  • Complimentary for members
  • $99 each for non-members

Non-Members: Register below

Member Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6293243225107117070


Interested in registering for Sessions 1 & 3? Click here: Diversity and Inclusion: Leveraging Your Data and Implementing Best Practices

Introducing The Institute’s Pay Equity Index

Introducing The Institute’s Pay Equity Index
Is your company receiving heightened attention by the C-suite to evaluate pay & diversity?

Then the Pay Equity Index (PEI) is the right tool. Join Institute Co-Chair David Cohen, and DCI Consulting experts Joanna Colosimo and Keli Wilson, as they discuss this comprehensive index. The PEI evaluates multiple employment practices that contribute to overall pay equity. The PEI scorecard will include an examination of:


You will receive an overall indicator as part of the PEI scorecard, as well as information on areas to focus on to boost the overall pay equity score. Let the PEI be a foundation to enhance pay practices and diversity initiatives within your company.

Register for this webinar today: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1428657434762902539

Year-end review and What to Expect in 2021

Join us for a recap of the highlights of 2020 and what we see on the horizon for 2021.

Presenters:
David Cohen from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC
David Fortney from FortneyScott in Washington, DC
Mickey Silberman from Silberman Law in Denver, CO
Michelle Duncan from Jackson Lewis in Denver, CO

Date: December 15, 2020
Time: 3-4:00 pm (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Members, register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1066598150790948109

Annual Enforcement Update

It’s time for the Annual Enforcement Update. Join us for our very popular complimentary webinar. In this session you will hear insights into the OFCCP’s enforcement strategies and results for FY2020.

Presenters:
David Cohen from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC
Christy Kiely from Hunton Andrews Kurth in Richmond, VA

Date: October 20, 2020
Time: 3-4:00 pm (Eastern)
Cost: Complimentary

Members, click here for complimentary registration:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8348800000105847565

Higher Education EEO Requirements and a Review of the New TAG

OFCCP has issued its much anticipated technical assistance guide (TAG) for higher education. The presenters will discuss the TAG, related FAQs, and other higher education issues. (Note – This session was pre-recorded on Wednesday, November 11, 2020, due to scheduling conflicts).

Presenters:
Michelle Duncan from Jackson Lewis in Denver, CO
Leigh Nason from Ogletree Deakins in Columbia, SC

Date: November 17, 2020
Time: 3-4:10 pm (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Members, click here for complimentary registration:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6367730735504597517

Focused Reviews: Onsite Prep and Other Best Practices  

This webinar will provide contractors with what they need to do to prepare for OFCCP focused reviews. Areas to be discussed include lessons learned from the first round of focused reviews, interview preparation for managers and employees; accessibility review and other best practices.

Presenters:
Lynn Clements from Berkshire Associates in Columbia, MD
Nancy Holt from FordHarrison in Washington, DC

Date: June 23, 2020
Time: 3-4:00 pm (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Members, click here for complimentary registration:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/449978834907189261

Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace

Talent acquisition technology is changing faster than the regulatory and compliance landscape. As innovations such as blind resumes systems, social media recruitment options, and artificial intelligence tools seek to improve the talent acquisition process, they also push the limits of the law. This session will discuss how employers can stay in front of the compliance curve in a fast-changing talent acquisition environment.

Presenters:
Eric Dunleavy from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC
Kenneth Gage from Paul Hastings, LLP in New York, NY and Chicago, IL
Chris Gokturk from Littler in Annandale, VA

Date: February 18, 2020
Time: 3-4:00pm (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Members, click here for complimentary registration:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8075594450347574797

Rebroadcast: Year-end review and What to Expect in 2020

**Rebroadcast** Join us as we review what happened in 2019 and what we expect for 2020. In this session our Co-Chairs and Faculty will review a very busy year at both OFCCP and EEOC and how employers can prepare for an even busier 2020.

Presenters:
David S. Fortney from Fortney Scott in Washington, DC
Leigh Nason from Ogletree Deakins in Columbia, SC
Mickey Silberman from Fortney Scott in Denver, CO

Date: January 7, 2020
Time: 3-4:00 pm (Eastern)
Cost: Complimentary

Members, click here for complimentary registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7912503890599543565

Year-end review and What to Expect in 2020

Join us as we review what happened in 2019 and what we expect for 2020.  In this session our Co-Chairs and Faculty will review a very busy year at both OFCCP and EEOC and how employers can prepare for an even busier 2020.

Presenters:
David S. Fortney from Fortney Scott in Washington, DC
Leigh Nason from Ogletree Deakins in Columbia, SC
Mickey Silberman from Fortney Scott in Denver, CO

Date: December 10, 2019
Time: 3-4:00 pm (Eastern)
Cost: Complimentary

Click here for registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/88116356808710401

Annual Enforcement Update

It’s time for the Annual Enforcement Update. Join us for our very popular complimentary webinar. In this session you will hear insights into the OFCCP’s enforcement strategies and results for FY2019.

Presenters:
David Cohen from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC
Gary Siniscalco from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in San Francisco, CA

Date: October 15, 2019
Time: 3-4:00 pm (Eastern)
Cost: Complimentary

Click here for complimentary registration:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5315678419307698945

ATS Pitfalls and Disposition Code Strategies

Hiring discrimination claims have been and continue to be the “bread and butter” for OFCCP, in large part because of employers’ recordkeeping – or lack thereof. Join our presenters as they discuss best practices for making more effective use of your ATS and how to properly and strategically disposition your candidates. This webinar is a must for all federal contractors as good applicant data is a key component of a compliant AAP.

Presenters:
Michelle Duncan from Jackson Lewis P.C. in Denver Colorado
Lynn Clements from Berkshire Associates Inc. in Columbia, MD

Date: September 17, 2019
Time: 2-3:00 pm (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Members, click here for complimentary registration:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2214033083165497601

International Pay Equity

International Pay Equity is becoming a bigger issue for global corporations as countries as varied as the United Kingdom and Iceland try different approaches to closing the gender pay gap. The presenters will discuss the requirements in countries that already have pay requirements in place as well as what other countries are proposing to do. They will also discuss how employers can analyze their pay across national and international borders. Join us for this timely and important webinar.

Presenters:
Ken Gage from Paul Hastings LLP in New York, NY and Chicago, IL
Paul White from Resolution Economics Group in Washington, DC

Date: April 9, 2019
Time: 3-4:00 pm (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Members, click here for complimentary registration:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5835058025455038465

(Part 3) Sexual Harassment: The Post #MeToo Era for Employers

As the issues raised in the Kavanaugh confirmation show, employers need to ensure that they take sexual harassment allegations seriously and investigate them thoroughly and in a fair and impartial way. In the third of three webinars on sexual harassment, the presenters will outline what are best practices for handling and investigating sexual harassment allegations, including dealing with the federal and state agencies.  Join use for this important and timely webinar to close out our series on sexual harassment in the #MeToo era.

Presenters:
Shafeeqa Watkins Giarratani from Ogletree Deakings in Austin, TX
Christy Kiely from Hunton Andrews Kurth, LLP in Richmond, VA

Date: February 12, 2019
Time: 3-4:00 pm (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Members, click here for complimentary registration:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3375971682631622145

Rebroadcast: Year-end review and What to Expect in 2019

**REBROADCAST** Join us as we take a walk down memory lane. In this session our Co-Chairs will review what happened in 2018 and share more about what we can expect in 2019.

Presenters:
David Cohen from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC
David S. Fortney from Fortney Scott in Washington, DC
Mickey Silberman from Fortney Scott in Denver, CO

Date: January 9, 2019
Time: 3-4:00 pm (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Members, click here for complimentary registration:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2599458088189025793

(Part 2) What Employers Need to Know About the “#MeToo” Movement

In part 2 of this three-part series about how the #MeToo movement impacts employers, our faculty provided an overview of legal risk areas. Join us for part two, where Institute Faculty Lynn Clements and Gary Siniscalco will discuss changes in state laws, the growing debate about the impact of arbitration and confidentiality agreements, trends in sexual harassment training, current best practices for accepting and processing harassment claims, and challenges with zero tolerance policies.

Presenters:
Lynn Clements from Berkshire Associates Inc. in Columbia, MD
Gary Siniscalco from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP in San Francisco, CA

Date: August 29, 2018
Time: 3-4 pm (Eastern)

Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Members’ complimentary registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5153654383611376131

Highlights from 2018 ILG National Conference

Join The Institute Co-Chairs for a timely recap of the 2018 ILG National Conference including developments on OFCCP and other compliance issues.

Date: August 7, 2018
Time: 2:00-3:00 pm (Eastern)

This special roundtable meeting will be complimentary and will be open to members and nonmembers.

David Cohen, David Fortney, and Mickey Silberman will discuss what they learned at the 2018 ILG National Conference, including:

  • What OFCCP is focusing on for the remainder of 2018
  • EEOC focus on sexual harassment and impact on employers
  • Impact of recent Supreme Court decision on employers
  • Other compliance topics


Complimentary Registration URL: 
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2525253140470275587

Sexual Harassment: What Employers Need to Know About the “#MeToo” Movement (Part 1 of 3 part series)

We’ve all read about how sexual harassment claims are receiving increased attention in the workplace, by enforcement agencies, and in the media. The call to action spurred on by the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements shine a spotlight on the effectiveness of a company’s compliance programs, policies and culture. To minimize the risks of facing harassment claims and related criticisms and publicity, employers should audit their practices to ensure they are well positioned to identify, address, and if needed, defend against, sexual harassment allegations. This includes having robust anti-harassment and anti-retaliation policies, effectively distributing them through the organization, and training on their use and implications. Learn how to do all this and more to best position your company going forward.

Join us for this timely webinar, the first in a three-part series addressing sexual harassment in the workplace. In this first hour, our presenters will provide an overview of legal risk areas and begin the process of discussing steps employers should take to educate their workforce to prevent harassment and protect the organization from liability, including setting out examples of employer best practices. This is a can’t-miss series for today’s modern business.

Presenters:
Lynn Clements from Berkshire Associates, Inc., in Columbia, MD
Christy Kiely from Hunton & Williams, LLP, in Washington, DC

Non-Member Cost: $99 (Register Below)
Member Cost: Complimentary

Year-end review and What to Expect in 2019

 

Join us as we take a walk down memory lane. In this session our Co-Chairs will review what happened in 2018 and share what we can expect in 2019.

Presenters:
David Cohen from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC
David S. Fortney from Fortney Scott in Washington, DC
Mickey Silberman from Fortney Scott in Denver, CO

Date: December 11th, 2018
Time: 3-4:00 pm (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Member’s complimentary registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2091410041917863170

Annual Enforcement Update

It’s time for the Annual Enforcement Update. Join us for our very popular complimentary webinar. In this session you will hear insights into the OFCCP’s enforcement strategies and results for FY2018.

Presenters:
David Cohen from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC
Mickey Silberman from Fortney Scott in Denver, CO

Date: November 13th, 2018
Time: 3-4:00 pm (Eastern)
Cost: Complimentary

Click here for complimentary registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8057880203230572290

State and Big City Pay Equity Laws – Important Updates

 

States and big cities across the nation are continuing to add pay equity laws and salary history bans. This growing “patchwork” of pay equity obligations pose particular challenges for multi-state and national employers. Join us to learn what is new at the state and city levels and how to respond.

Presenters:
Christy Kiely from Hunton & Williams, LLP, in Washington, DC
Gary Siniscalco from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, in San Francisco, CA

Date: September 11th, 2018
Time: 3:30-4:30pm (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member: Complimentary

Member’s complimentary registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5374712290180644609

Update on LGBTQ Laws and Litigation – Best Practices for Employers

Update on LGBTQ Laws and Litigation – Best Practices for Employers

 

Join us as our faculty delve into laws and litigation related to LGBTQ. What is the EEOCs position and how does it conflict with the DOJ? Hear more about recent federal court hearings, state laws, and best practices for employers.

Presenters:
Michelle Duncan from Jackson Lewis, P.C., in Denver, CO
Christy Kiely from Hunton Andrews Kurth, LLP in Washington, DC

Date: July 11th 2018
Time: 3-3:45 pm (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Member’s complimentary registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3823946796711681794

The Interaction of Diversity Metrics and Affirmative Action Plans

 

Learn more about the metrics found in the typical AAP or compliance-focused pay equity analysis, and learn from our experts on how the same underlying data can allow organizations to get a more accurate view of their organization’s representation, pay practices, and potential selection barriers. A well-designed compliance, pay equity, and diversity evaluation may have the ability to also answer the organization’s most pressing societal concerns: how to address the gender pay gap and potentially increase a diverse pipeline of employees within their organization.

Presenters:
Gary R. Siniscalco, Esq., from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP in San Francisco, CA
Valerie Hoffman from Seyfarth Shaw LLP in Chicago, IL

Date: June 12th 2018
Time: 3-4 pm (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Member’s complimentary registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5257219577144806659

The Gig Economy: The Increasing Use of Contingent or Temporary Workers and What It Means for OFCCP Compliance

 

This session will address the increasing use of alternative employment relationships such as freelance, contingent, on-call and temporary workers – otherwise known as the “gig” economy. Participants will gain insight into how these alternative employment relationships are being met by OFCCP and will learn pragmatic strategies that will allow employers to stay on the cutting edge of the issue.

Presenters:
Lynn Clements from Berkshire Associates in Columbia, MD
Michelle Duncan from Jackson Lewis P.C. in Denver, Colorado

Date: May 15th 2018
Time: 3-4 pm (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Member’s complimentary registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6009106310148150019

UK Pay Gaps vs. Pay Equity

The United Kingdom’s “name and shame” pay report is finally in effect. Our experts discuss the critical differences between a pay gap and pay equity, report their observations on the first year’s reports, and discuss the impact and next steps in the UK and US.

Presenters:
David Cohen from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC
Jon A. Geier from Paul Hastings in Chicago, IL
Paul White from Resolution Economics Group in Washington, DC

Date: April 10th 2018, 3-4 PM (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Member’s complimentary registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/9125897418962768643

Effectively Maintaining Privilege When Conducting An Internal Audit of Pay Practices or Personnel Actions

 

Before you conduct pay equity or personnel action self-audits, join us for this webinar where our experts will address what is meant by “attorney-client privilege” and other privileges, why they matter, and how best to protect your organization.

Presenters:
Mickey Silberman from Fortney Scott in Denver, CO
Shafeeqa Giarratani from Ogletree Deakins in Austin, TX

Date: March 7th 2018
Time: 3-3:45 pm (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Member’s complimentary registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8091611019969630211

The Expanding Law of Paid Leaves

Upcoming Webinar: The Expanding Law of Paid Leaves

 
Obama Executive Order requiring federal contractors to provide paid sick leave continues in effect for now. Learn the what, when, and how of complying with the new regulations and what may be next for paid sick leave.

Presenters:
David S. Fortney from Fortney Scott in Washington, DC
Jon A. Geier from Paul Hastings in Chicago, IL

Date: February 7, 2018
Time: 3-4PM (Eastern)
Non-Member Cost: $99
Member Cost: Complimentary

Member’s complimentary registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7642363762999057921

Rebroadcast: Year-end review and what to expect in 2018

Join The Institute’s Co-Chairs and Faculty for this upcoming webinar:

Year-end review and what to expect in 2018

 

Our Co-Chairs and Faculty revisit the many challenges faced by employers throughout 2017, followed by their insights into what employers can expect in 2018 and how to start preparing.

Topics of the webinar include:

  • Removal of Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Act
  • EEO-1 Component 2 Report
  • HIRE Vets Medallion Program
  • Obama overtime rules
  • Proposed EEOC and OFCCP Merger
  • Patchwork of pay laws
  • Vacant political jobs

Presented by The Institute’s Co-Chairs and Faculty:

  • David Cohen from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC
  • David S. Fortney from Fortney Scott in Washington, DC
  • Mickey Silberman from Fortney Scott in Washington, DC

 

Date: January 10th, 2018
Time: 3-4:30 p.m. EST
Non-Members’ Cost: $199 (Use Register button below)
Member’s Complimentary Registration link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7564929557101136897

Year-end review and what to expect in 2018

Join The Institute’s Co-Chairs for this upcoming webinar:

Year-end review and what to expect in 2018

 

So far the Trump Administration has reversed almost everything the Obama Administration accomplished. It is time to take stock of what has happened in the first year of the Trump Administration and what will happen in the second year. The Institute Co-Chairs—David Cohen, David Fortney and Mickey Silberman—will update the participants on the following and more:

Topics of the webinar include:

  • EEOC
    • EEO-1 Component 2
    • Trump nominees to the Commission
    • #metoo and EEOC’s recommendations on best practices including training
    • EEOC vs DOJ on LGBT coverage
  • OFCCP Development and Predictions
    • FY2017 Enforcement statistics
    • The new senior advisor
    • Trump’s budget—EEOC and OFCCP merger; decreased budget; focus for FY2018
    • Institute recommendations
  • Other Key Focus Areas
    • Status of Obama’s Executive Orders
      • “Blacklisting”
      • Paid sick leave
      • Minimum wages
    • Where do the overtime rules stand and what is next
    • Paid sick leave
  • Predictions for 2018

 

Presented by The Institute’s Co-Chairs:

  • David Cohen from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC
  • David S. Fortney from Fortney Scott in Washington, DC
  • Mickey Silberman from Fortney Scott in Denver, CO

 

Date: December 12, 2017
Time: 3-4:30 p.m. EST
Non-Members’ Cost: $199 (Use Register button below)
Members’ Cost: Complimentary – Register directly here

Annual Enforcement Update

Join The Institute’s Co-Chair and Faculty for this upcoming webinar:

Annual Enforcement Update

Even without a named Director of OFCCP, the agency has remained quite active and enforcement continued through FY2017.  Join us for insights into the OFCCP’s enforcement strategies (as fractured as they may be) and results for FY2017.

Topics of the complimentary webinar include:

  • Recent cases and settlements
  • The number of OFCCP compliance evaluations and the trends within those evaluations
  • The types of conciliation agreements and the types of technical violations most often cited
  • The types of alleged discrimination OFCCP found in these compliance evaluations
  • Agency findings related to pay discrimination, in light of OFCCP’s continued focus on compensation discrimination
  • Job levels and industries in which OFCCP found the most alleged discriminatory practices
  • Total settlement dollars and a cross comparison between the Obama and Trump Administration
  • And more!

Presented by The Institute’s Co-Chair and Faculty:

  • David B. Cohen from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC
  • Jon A. Geier from Paul Hastings in Chicago, IL

Date: Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Time: 3 – 4 p.m. EDT
Cost:  Registration for this webinar is complimentary please register here