Satisfying OFCCP's Internet Applicant Rules

Webinar: ID# 1011712
Recorded CD
About This Course:
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 audio conference 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
    1. Express Interest
    2. Consideration
    3. Basic Qualifications
    4. Remove From Consideration
  • Data Management Tool
    • What Records Must Be Kept?
    • How to Manage Applicant Data Associated With Job Fairs, College Recruiting and Employment Agencies
    • 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 Process

Matthew J. Camardella, Esq.

  • Partner in the Affirmative Action Practice Group at Jackson Lewis LLP, a national firm representing management exclusively in labor and employment matters
  • Regularly advises and counsels employers from all industries throughout the country about this legally specialized area of law
  • Directs the preparation of more than 400 AAPs each year and has defended hundreds of OFCCP audits, including corporate management compliance evaluations, for a broad range of employers across the country
  • Serves as the practice group lead on responding to OFCCP allegations of systemic discrimination and has successfully resolved dozens of such claims
  • Serves as general counsel to the American Association for Affirmative Action
  • Regularly presents to industry liaison groups and other employer organizations around the country on EEO, affirmative action and diversity issues, including the Philadelphia Liberty ILG, for which he serves as vice-chair
  • B.A. degree, College of the Holy Cross; graduate, with honors, Hofstra University School of Law
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Who Should Attend

This teleconference is designed for human resource managers, presidents, vice presidents, business owners and managers, recruiters, compliance officers, benefits professionals and attorneys

Satisfying OFCCP's Internet Applicant Rules
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