Objectives of the Presentation
Why Should you Attend
- An overview of the regulatory environment and the key points to consider from an employment management perspective
- What does it mean when OFCCP states compliance can no longer be measured by good faith
- How to review internal pay practices and conduct an internal audit for possible inequities
- What the OFCCP considers discriminatory wage practices, and what it's looking for with regard to wage statements provided to contractors and employees
- How to ensure that wage statements include hours worked and how pay is calculated for contractors
- How to prepare compensation managers for a possible OFCCP audit or interview
- And much more!
Affirmative action affects more than you think, and just when you think you have it all together, you find out affirmative action compliance as we know it has dramatically changed yet again. Given the trends, 2017 is shaping up to be a humdinger from a compliance perspective. OFCCP's regulatory agenda highlights their intent to aggressively enforce the laws under its jurisdiction and it began with the strengthening of regulations that implement those laws. Now it seems they have everything they need in place and ready to go for 2017.
Join us as we discuss how all of the regulatory developments over the last four years reflect the OFCCP's recently stated belief that affirmative action can no longer be measured by good faith efforts. Indeed, both proposed and implanted changes to compliance requirements reflect a push by the OFCCP for federal contractors to engineer results, and that trend has continued to affect all plan designs since 2014.
This webinar briefly outlines the regulatory environment and new requirements that went into effect over the last couple of years. We will walk you through the OFCCP enforcement agenda and help you to focus on the key areas of risk so that your plans are ready for increased scrutiny in the coming year.
For example, we will have an in-depth discussion about how the OFCCP is continuing to focus on identifying systemic inequalities in pay and abolishing discrimination. It's also taking a sharper look these days at bias against LGBT employees and has even sharpened its focus on retaliation.
Join us for an in-depth webinar when we explain the compliance traps to watch out for, and how to handle and survive any interviews or reviews by the OFCCP. You'll get a clear explanation of how new OFCCP regulations may affect your organization, what to be aware of, and how to be prepared for anything the OFCCP might dig up.
Who will Benefit
- An overview of Affirmative Action and the 2016 regulatory environment, A year full of change
- How To Navigate Federal Affirmative Action Compliance
- How To Survive An OFCCP Compliance Review
- Zeroing In On OFCCP's Desk Audit
- Making Sense Of Recent Labor Rules For Gov't Contractors
- 10 FAQs Clarifying (Sort Of) Obligations Under VEVRAA
- Contractor Rule Changes: 8 Highlights
- How To Comply With OFCCP's Imposing New Rules
- 10 Parts Of A Written Affirmative Action Plan
- 5 Tips For Federal Contractors Facing New Hiring Rules
This webinar is designed to provide human resource professionals and business executives with the practical information they need to help increase their effectiveness when developing Affirmative Action programs and practices.