The OFCCP, EEOC & DOJ MOU: Playing by the New Rules

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The EEOC approved the Memorandum of Understanding among the U.S. Department of Labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the U.S. Department of Justice on Nov. 2, 2020 the day before the 2020 presidential election. It would have meant a lot more to federal contractors if Trump had won.

It still remains an interesting document, with curves you should know about. Why is the Department of Justice now a party to the agreement?  Why are “religious liberties” the only Title VII protections referenced?

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