yes I have included part of Judges order, what is meant by jurisdictional basis
complete order attached I have a right to sue letter from the department of labor
thanks it will take the weekend to digest this stuff if I need to talk again how will I reach you
how do I send you a bonus ??
I filed a complaint with the Office of Federal Contract Compliance against CDW and sub-contractor CRS for not extending my rights under the Vietnam Veterans Readjustment Act of 1974 and amendments. After the offer for employment contractors and sub contractors are required to
§ 60-250.42 Invitation to self-identify.
(a) Special disabled veterans. The contractor shall invite applicants to inform the contractor whether the applicant believes that he or she is a special disabled veteran who may be covered by the Act and wishes to benefit under the affirmative action program. Such invitation shall be extended after making an offer of employment to a job applicant and before the applicant begins his or her employment duties, except that the
contractor may invite special disabled veterans to self-identify prior to making a job offer when:(1) The invitation is made when the contractor actually is undertaking affirmative action for special disabled veterans at the pre-offer stage; or(2) The invitation is made pursuant to a Federal, State or local law requiring affirmative action for special disabled veterans.(b) Veterans of the Vietnam era, recently separated veterans and other protected veterans. The contractor shall invite applicants to inform the contractor whether the applicant believes that he or she is a veteran of the Vietnam era, recently separated veteran or other protected veteran who may be covered by the Act and wishes to benefit under the affirmative action program. Such invitation may be made at any time before the applicant begins his or her employment duties.
I notified sub on application and by e mail of same.
I was employed June of 2011 and terminated July 2011.
The OFCCP found nothing wrong. I filed a FOIA request for the investigation file and was denied using the confidential informant law enforcement exemption
I appealed and the Department of Labor Office of the Solicitor reverses the exemption. It turns out the informant was an sr.employment lawyer for CDW. There was no investigation; CDW did not acknowledge its error. Instead, CDW told the OFCCP I was nothing but pond scum and my complaint was bogus.
the response to the OFCCP by the sr.employment lawyer contains the footnote" this statement does not constitute an affidavit, and is not intended to be used as evidence in any kind of in any agency or court proceeding in connection with the complaint"
Had CDW turn over to OFCCP the files regarding applicants and the self-identification forms I would not be involved in this court proceedings it would have been settled by the OFCCP.
Can I use the statement from CDW to OFCCP in a motion for sanctions against CDW knew all along they had violated 60-250.42
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