2600 E. Bayshore Road
Palo Alto, California 94303

Short Description:

This HR compliance online training will provide a comprehensive primer on affirmative action, its key principles, and current framework for developing compliant programs. It will discuss current OFCCP enforcement strategies and trends, and what it means to be a federal contractor including an organization’s responsibilities under EO 11246.

Long Description:

This three hour webinar will explore the history of affirmative action in greater detail. It will discuss the key principles considered when developing the legislation and regulations that provide its framework and take the time to really think about what affirmative action means for your organization today. It will discuss the OFCCP’s mandate for compliance, key information you need to gather to ensure compliance as well as the current enforcement strategies and trends.

It will also explain what it means to be a federal contractor including an organization’s responsibilities under EO 11246. It will help attendees to establish a thorough understanding of program planning requirements while developing internal functional standards and guidelines. This webinar will also provide attendees an understanding of what records to keep, what to watch out for, how technology is changing the game, and more and will prepare them for the OFCCP spotlight.
Following topics will be discussed during the webinar:

• A history in review of affirmative action.
• Legislative and judicial history and current trends.
• The difference between EEO and AA
• The true meaning of affirmative action.
• The difference between diversity and affirmative action
• Key principles of affirmative action program design.
• OFCCP enforcement mandate.
• Key priorities for OFCCP.
• Know how to quickly and easily determine contractor status.
• Enforcement tools used by the OFCCP when auditing your workforce program.
• OFCCP enforcement trends.
• Recent changes in enforcement guidelines including the new scheduling letter.
• Paycheck fairness Act defeated in Congress, or was it?
• The standard of Compliance is “Good Faith” and what that means for your program.
• Most common compliance failures.
• Beware of the Inference provision.
• Most frequent Data collection and data management failures.
• Most frequent Record keeping failures.
• Key principles of affirmative action program design.
• Understanding of contractor requirements for affirmative action.
• Understanding and preparing for the analytical requirement.
• Technology and how to get the most return on investment.

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Added by complianceonlinecom on February 4, 2013