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  Rationale for Compensation Differences
by Alissa Horvitz, Esq. - Jul, 2014
On Wednesday July 2, 2014, The Washington Post ran an article about the pay gap between men and women working in the White House. According to The Post, “[t]he average male White House employee currently earns about $88,600, while the average female White House employee earns about $78,400, according to White House data released Tuesday [July 1, 2014]. That is a gap of 13 percent.” Or, said differently, women earn $0.87, on...
 
  Rationale for Compensation Differences
by Joshua Roffman, Esq. - Jul, 2014
On Wednesday July 2, 2014, The Washington Post ran an article about the pay gap between men and women working in the White House. According to The Post, “[t]he average male White House employee currently earns about $88,600, while the average female White House employee earns about $78,400, according to White House data released Tuesday [July 1, 2014]. That is a gap of 13 percent.” Or, said differently, women earn $0.87, on...
 
  Reflections about Testifying Before the Subcommittee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions
by Alissa Horvitz, Esq. - Jun, 2012
On April 18, 2012, I had the honor of testifying before the U.S. House of Representatives' Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor and Pensions about various OFCCP-related issues. I have to say that it was one of the highlights of my career so far. It was a lot of work to prepare for the hearing, but I would gladly do it again, if invited. The genesis for my testimony began in February 2012 when the U.S. Chamber of C...
 
  Concrete Steps to Ensure Your Organization Is Prepared Should OFCCP’s Proposed Disability Regulations Become Final in Their Current Form
by Alissa Horvitz, Esq. - Jan, 2012
OFCCP has proposed extensive new requirements for government contractors in an effort to promote the employment of qualified individuals with disabilities in the workplace. If the past is any indication of lead time, contractors typically are afforded 60 or 90 days in which to put in place the mechanisms for compliance once the regulations are published in their final form. Comments to OFCCP’s proposed rule are due no la...
 
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