Satisfying OFCCP's Internet Applicant Rules
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The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs continues to clarify the definition of an Internet applicant and the evolving guidance gives employers additional direction and assistance. Moreover, the OFCCP has initiated a systematic process for monitoring adherence to the Internet Applicant Rule.
This live webinar will review the continuously developing OFCCP guidance and provide you with a greater understanding of what is included in the definition of Internet and related technologies, who is an applicant, what records must be kept, the role of recruiters, managing data and what parameters an employer can establish around its application process.
Four Prongs to Internet Applicant Definition
Data Management TechniquesWhat Records Must Be Kept, Including New Requirements for Veterans and the Disabled?How to Manage Applicant Data Associated With Job Fairs, College Recruiting and Employment Agencies
- Express Interest
- Basic Qualifications
- Removed From Consideration
Issues Associated With New Technologies – Facebook and LinkedIn
OFCCP's Monitoring Adherence to Internet Applicant Rule
Effective Use of Applicant Data to Monitor for Adverse Impact and Defend Hiring ProcessFaculty
Matthew J. Camardella
- Shareholder in the Long Island, New York office of Jackson Lewis P.C.
- Practices almost exclusively in the area of federal government contractor compliance with affirmative action requirements
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous topics related to affirmative action and OFCCP
- Writer of several publications related to the areas of affirmative action and systemic discrimination
- Serves as general counsel for the American Association for Affirmative Action
- Graduate, with honors, Hofstra University School of Law
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