Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Q&A: Slowly But Surely, OFCCP Will Pursue Major Reforms

Bloomberg BNA
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
by Lydell C. Bridgeford

Matthew J. Camardella, a partner at Jackson Lewis, LLP, talks about the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs under the Obama administration's second term, pre-employment tests, and the potential effects of a new Census Bureau data tool on affirmative action planning.

Two days after the 2012 presidential election, Bloomberg BNA spoke with Camardella shortly before he presented an affirmative action update at a government contractor symposium sponsored by the law firm's Washington, D.C. region office.
"Given the fact that President Obama won the election, the leadership at the OFCCP is likely to stay in place," Camardella, a partner in the firm's Long Island, N.Y. office, told participants at the Bethesda, Md. event.

Full Story: http://www.bna.com/qa-slowly-surely-b17179871004/

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