Oversight of the Activities of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs of the Department of Labor: Hearings Before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-seventh Congress, First-[second] Session, Part 3
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1982 - Discrimination in employment
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3,135 compliance reviews activities administrative affirmative action agency application availability average Chairman charge Collyer Committee complaints completed compliance officers compliance reviews compliance reviews conducted concerned conducted conducted in Fiscal continue cost course Court create decisions Department determine directive discrimination EEOC effect efforts eliminate employees employment employment opportunities enforcement equal established estimate Executive Order 11246 existence failure Federal contractors filed final Fiscal Year 1981 force given goals going Government hearings improving increase individuals initiatives issues Labor letter measure meet minorities minorities and women mission objective OFCCP Office opportunities past persons practices problem procedures proposed questions Regional regulations regulatory remedy resolve response resulted Senate Shong show cause notices specific staff hours Standards status tion Title VII understand union women
Page 88 - Each agency shall also maintain and make available for public inspection and copying current indexes providing identifying information for the public as to any matter issued, adopted, or promulgated after July 4, 1967, and required by this paragraph to be made available or published.
Page 90 - FAIA exemption if disclosure of the information is likely to have either of the following effects: (1) to impair the Government's ability to obtain necessary information in the future; or (2) to cause substantial harm to the competitive position of the person from whom the information was obtained.
Page 91 - Nothing said or done during and as a part of such informal endeavors may be made public by the Commission, its officers or employees, or used as evidence in a subsequent proceeding without the written consent of the persons concerned.
Page 83 - It shall be unlawful for any officer or employee of the Commission to make public in any manner whatever any information obtained by the Commission pursuant to its authority under this section prior to the Institution of any proceeding under this title involving such information.
Page 87 - Each agency, in accordance with published rules, shall make available for public inspection and copying-- (A) final opinions, including concurring and dissenting opinions, as well as orders, made in the adjudication of cases; (B) those statements of policy and interpretations which have been adopted by the agency and are not published in the Federal Register; and (C) administrative staff manuals and instructions to staff that affect a member of the public...
Page 6 - VII, the order further states that federal contractors will take affirmative action to ensure that applicants and employees are treated without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin in personnel actions, including recruitment and hiring, pay, benefits, promotion, selection for training, demotions and transfers, lay-offs, and termination.
Page 81 - Court unanimously held that Title VII forbids the use of employment tests that are discriminatory in effect unless the employer meets "the burden of showing that any given requirement [has] ... a manifest relation to the employment In question.
Page 5 - Mr. Chairman. We will be glad to respond to any questions you may have.
Page 52 - ... office of contract compliance moves only as fast and as comprehensively as the Secretary of Labor thinks proper. In fairness it should be said that the present top officials of the Department of Labor are making a sincere effort to move forward, but the odds are heavily against them. Needless to say, the victims of discrimination must wade through a virtual sea of uncertainty when they seek redress. Even the parties who are charged with discrimination cannot be sure of what course of action they...