About This Course:
The Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) enforces the affirmative action and equal employment compliance rules that federal contractors and subcontractors must operate under. And it's more serious than ever about investigating compensation practices for evidence of discrimination.

In 2014, the OFCCP bombarded federal contractors with a slew of new proposed regulations tied to pay transparency and pay reporting. Central to the OFCCP’s compliance assault on federal contractors and subcontractors is its mission to ensure that their employees are compensated fairly.

The OFCCP means business about auditing federal contractors and subcontractors to ensure that base salaries, bonuses, and opportunities for advancement and training are being offered to workers on an equal employment basis.

Join us for an in-depth webinar led by two seasoned employment attorneys who regularly advise federal contractors and subcontractors on their OFCCP compliance obligations. They’ll teach you the critical components a comprehensive self-audit of your compensation practices to ensure that you’re in compliance with the OFCCP’s rules.

Learning Objectives:
  • How a pay analysis group (PAG) is assembled
  • Key aspects of feeder pools, including promotion and termination pools, when conducting a self-audit
  • How to conduct a comprehensive examination of jobs to uncover red flag pay discrepancies
  • Additional variables to track, like performance ratings, education, other pay influencers
  • The role of job descriptions and surveys in defending pay grade decisions
  • Preserving attorney/client privilege when conducting statistical analysis
  • What to do if you uncover compensation discrepancies among workers with comparable skills, experience, and duties
  • Essential documents to have on file for an OFCCP compensation audit
In just 90 minutes, you'll learn how to conduct a comprehensive compensation self-audit to evaluate your compliance with OFCCP regulations.

About Your Presenter:

Attorney Elizabeth Bradley of Fortney & Scott, LLC, has over ten years of experience representing employers and federal contractors in litigation and mediation matters before state and federal agencies and courts, as well as counseling and training private, public, and non-profit employers in all aspects of employment law. Specifically, Ms. Bradley has extensive knowledge and experience in counseling federal contractors in matters relating to the OFCCP. She has represented a leading company in successfully defending against OFCCP’s review of the contractor’s utilization rates and compensation practices. She has also represented major companies during OFCCP compliance audits and defended contractors undergoing investigation by the OFCCP for alleged discrimination and related record-keeping practices.

Attorney Emily L. Bristol of Fortney & Scott, LLC has experience representing employers through litigation, administrative proceedings, and mediation before state and federal agencies and courts, as well as counseling and advising public and private companies in all aspects of employment law, including OFCCP compliance. Specifically, Ms. Bristol has extensive knowledge and experience in advising and training employers on Title VII claims, OFCCP regulations and compliance requirements, the ADA complaints, and wage and hour disputes.
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