Monday, September 11, 2006

Goodyear gets tagged

The U.S. Department of Labor has filed suit against Goodyear Tire & Rubber, alleging violations of Executive Order 11246, which prevents discriminatory hiring practices among certain federal contractors. Specifically, the OFCCP is claiming these processes discriminated against female applicants for entry-level positions and is asking that these individuals be hired and provided with full relief (money and benefits).

This is a good reminder that it's more than just Title VII that employers need to be concerned with when it comes to the legal aspect of hiring. It's also an opportunity to remind everyone that if your organization is covered by 11246 you must comply with the OFCCP's
new recordkeeping rule regarding internet applicants.


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