By Erin Hawthorne, Tessa Cranfield, and Daniel E. Waldman

Seyfarth Synopsis: For a variety of historical and social reasons, US law permits (and in some cases requires) employers to affirmatively track and provide opportunity to historically underrepresented groups in the workplace. Companies are permitted to (and in some cases must) gather data from candidates and employees regarding
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By Erin Dougherty Foley and Craig B. Simonsen

ELL postLast month, the U.S. Department of Labor, Women’s Bureau (WB), has issued a Proposed Information Collection Request (ICR) for a “Survey of Working Women.” 80 Fed. Reg. 10516 (February 26, 2015).

In its notice, the DOL notes that, not surprisingly, the labor force, employment opportunities, work environments, and the American family have
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