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Short extension to comment on proposed affirmative action requirements for disabled workers
Feb. 8, 2012Jill R. Jensen-Welch, Iowa Employer Law Blog
Short extension to comment on proposed affirmative action requirements for disabled workers

On the day that comments were due on proposed regulations beefing up affirmative action requirements for disabled workers, the Office of Federal Contracts Compliance Programs of the U.S. Department of Labor announced a short extension of the deadline.  The comment period was set to end on February 7, 2012, but was extended to February 21, 2012, giving everyone fourteen more days.  Our December 9, 2011 post on this topic explained the proposed regulations.

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