Civil Rights Center
Please join the U.S. Department of Labor’s Civil Rights Center for a webinar on understanding the equal opportunity requirements of the Workforce Investment Act regarding pregnancy, incorporating Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and its implementing regulations. Robin R. Runge, Senior Policy Advisor from the Civil Rights Center will lead the discussion on legal obligations with respect to the treatment of pregnant and parenting individuals, which will provide examples of discrimination that violate the law, and will suggest some promising strategies for ensuring equal access for pregnant and parenting individuals. The webinar that will take place Tuesday, March 11, 2014 from 3:00pm to 4:15pm. The intended audience is the State EO Officers and Job Corps, but open to all. Space is limited.
For reasonable accommodation requests as it pertains to this training session, please contact at Vicky Best-Morris.
To register for this webinar, please visit https://dol.webex.com/dol/onstage/g.php?=647219156&t=a.
State MOA Due Dates
Every two years from the date on which the initial Methods of Administration (MOA) was submitted to the CRC Director, the Governor must review the State's MOA and submit either a revision or certify the current version.
Excluding Applicants with Criminal History Records May Result in Discrimination
Employment restrictions based on criminal history records may have a discriminatory disparate impact on African-Americans and Hispanics.
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