Attendees should come away from this webinar with a working knowledge of the essentials of Affirmative Action and regulations that apply to federal contractors and sub-contractors and will also learn about some of the more recent changes in some of the Affirmative Action regulations.
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND
If you are a federal contractor, (or sub-contractor) having a firm grasp on the essentials of Affirmative Action and OFCCP compliance is a must, whether you are new to the federal contracting world or a seasoned contractor. In addition, changes in regulations and OFCCP enforcement activity in the last few years have left many contractors wondering what to do going forward. As if that’s not enough, with a new President, with a very new agenda, many contractors are even more uncertain. For the time being, however, contractors need to proceed under current laws and regulations, which even the most experienced contractors will find challenging.
• What is Affirmative Action?
• Who/What is the OFCCP?
• Affirmative Action laws and regulations enforced by the OFCCP
• Types of Federal Contractors
• Who is a Government Contractor?
o Which contractors are subject to Affirmative Action requirements?
• Who must have an Affirmative Action Plan (AAP)?
• What are Affirmative Action Plan requirements and developing the AAP
• AAP’s for Women & Minorities;
• AAP’s for Disabled and Veteran Workers;
• Common Reasons Contractors Have Problems with the OFCCP;
• Compliance Reviews – how contractors are selected, what to expect, general process, possible outcomes, common violations;
Changes to regulations regarding veterans and Individuals with Disabilities
In this webinar we will gain (or for some, provide a solid, cogent review) of the basics of Affirmative Action and OFCCP compliance.
WHO WILL BENEFIT
As with any Employment/HR subject, almost any industry should find this topic of interest, because all industries have employees.
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