Affirmative Action Compliance Update
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When was the last time you updated your narrative plan documents, your applicant self-identification forms, and your statistical and adverse impact analysis? If a letter from the OFCCP is in your mailbox today, are you confident that your plan will pass muster?
As you update your plan documents for 2013, take 90 minutes for an in-depth review of recent changes to the regulatory requirements and best practices that affect each aspect of your plan and related forms.
This audio conference will help you identify areas for improvement in your AA plan and compliance efforts, and to become familiar with the OFCCP's current audit practices and regulatory focus.
- Executive Order 11246
- Coverage and Exemption Issues
- Overview of Requirements for Service Contractors and Construction Contractors
- Affirmative Action Programs for Veterans and Individuals With Disabilities
- Crunching the Numbers
- Adverse Impact Analysis
- Tips on Conducting Required Statistical Analysis and Reports
- Massaging Your Data, Without Running Afoul of the Rules
- Who Is an Applicant?
- Internet Applicant Obligations and Recordkeeping
- OFCCP Enforcement Update
- New and Emerging Issues
- Strategies for Surviving an Audit
- What's Next for Covered Contractors?
James K. Cowan Jr.
Who Should Attend
- Partner with LeClairRyan in the firm's Blacksburg, Virginia, office
- Practice focuses on labor and employment counsel and litigation
- Represents a number of employers in the mid-Atlantic region, ranging from high-tech start-ups to large manufacturers
- Focuses mainly on Executive Order 11246 compliance, including preparation of affirmative action plans and responding to OFCCP audits
- Frequent speaker and corporate trainer for companies on sexual harassment, employment discrimination, FMLA and ADA compliance, the Fair Labor Standards Act, diversity and affirmative action, conducting workplace investigations, hiring and firing, and union free management
- 15 years in federal and state courts across Virginia defending wrongful discharge claims, disability discrimination claims under the Americans with Disabilities Act, age discrimination claims under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, claims for relief under the Family Medical Leave Act and Fair Labor Standards Act, and claims of sexual harassment, and race and gender discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
- Member of the Virginia Bar Association, Labor Relations and Employment Law Section; board member for the New River Valley Society for Human Resource Management; and currently serves as general counsel to the New River Valley Economic Development Alliance
- Listed in The Best Lawyers in America®, Labor and Employment Law, 2011; selected for Virginia Super Lawyer in Employment and Labor, 2010 and Virginia Super Lawyer Rising Star in Employment and Labor, 2008 to 2009
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This teleconference is designed for human resource managers, attorneys, presidents, vice presidents, business owners and managers, recruiters, compliance officers and benefits professionals.
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