Obama administration expected to act aggressive toward employers
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#1 Nov 24, 2012
So what do you do if you have someone who is underperforming? Are you not allowed to pay them as such?
"As organizations prepare for 2013, they should expect to see more aggressive approaches from the Obama administration regarding employer issues, says Nita Beecher, talent principal of Mercer, a human resources consulting firm. While Congress remains divided, Beecher believes the Obama administration will rely on regulatory agencies, such as National Labor Relations Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Department of Labor, to carry out his agenda as he did during his first term.
Pay equity is likely to be one of the top employer issues that the Obama administration will tackle, Beecher says. Guided by the EEOC and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance, employers could face many more audits by the Outreach and Compliance Coordination Program, which has new tools at its disposal to conduct these audits."
Since: Aug 10
#2 Nov 25, 2012
It would be really great to see some movement on wage parity. Though, really, I would much prefer to hear the administration make a run at the problem. While a pipe dream, bringing the ERA back for another round would be a pretty great project for a president interested in creating a legacy for themselves.
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