Understanding And Complying With OFCCP's New Affirmative Action Requirements

Webinar: ID# 1014022
Recorded CD
About This Course:
In September, 2013 OFCCP announced sweeping changes to existing affirmative action regulations for veterans and for individuals with disabilities.

Now that the new regulations are in effect, many contractors are still seeking guidance on how to implement the new requirements. These regulations include a controversial new nationwide 7% utilization goal for individuals with disabilities and hiring benchmarks for veterans.

The live webinar will analyze these new goals and other new requirements and will offer tips for coming into compliance with the regulations.

Covered Topics Include:
  • Implementation of New Requirements for Individuals With Disabilities and Veterans
  • Changes to EEO Posting Requirements, EEO Notifications, and Job Listings
  • New Mandatory Language for Subcontracts and Purchase Orders
  • OFCCP's Format for Complying With First-Time Requirements for Pre-Offer Self-Identification of Disability and Veteran Status by Applicants and New Periodic Follow-up Requests for Current Employees
  • The Difference Between the Utilization Goals for Individuals With Disabilities and Hiring Benchmarks for Veterans
  • Quantitative Data Collection Responsibilities Regarding Total Job Openings, Applicants, and Hires and New Three Year Recordkeeping Requirements
  • New Internal and External Outreach Efforts for Federal Contractors
  • The Annual Assessment of Outreach and Recruitment Efforts and Documentation of Criteria Used to Evaluate Each Effort

Dara DeHaven
  • Shareholder in the Atlanta office of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
  • Practice includes the successful defense of hundreds of audits conducted by The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, AAP preparation and review, management and employee training, and general guidance and advice on affirmative action coverage and obligations
  • Represents federal contractors and subcontractors nationwide on affirmative action matters
  • Frequent speaker to local and national business, professional, and civic organizations on labor and employment-related issues
  • Listed in Best Lawyers in America, Chambers USA America's Leading Lawyers for Business, and achieved the highest rating in the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory
  • Served as an assistant dean at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia
  • J.D. degree, B.A. degree, M.A. degree in university administration, Duke University
Understanding And Complying With OFCCP's New Affirmative Action Requirements
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