To do business as a government contractor, you should already be familiar with the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP). This organization enforces the contractual promise of affirmative action and equal employment opportunity required of those who do business with the Federal government. Recent changes have been put into effect to help job seekers, especially veterans and individuals with disabilities. As a company that is doing business or would like to do business with government, you need to know how the changes should be implemented in your organization to secure future government contracts.
This fast-paced, information-packed webinar will not only introduce you to the critical elements of the affirmative action compliance program, but also OFCCP’s latest rules on recording and keeping numeric goals related to hiring individuals with disabilities and covered veterans.
What You'll Learn
- What you need to know about the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs
- What the EEO-1 Report is and how OFCCP uses it
- Determine which employers must have an Affirmative Action program
- Critical elements of an OFCCP compliant Affirmative Action program
- Learn the new components of the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA)
- Latest significant changes to Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
- What are your responsibilities under OFCCP’s new rules regarding federal contractors and subcontractors’ recordkeeping obligations, numeric goals and benchmarks for hiring individuals with disabilities and covered veterans?
- Recognize when and how to use the “EEO Clause
Who Will Benefit HR Professionals
Managers & Supervisors
Business owners of large and small companies who desire to do contracts with government
Professionals requiring Affirmative Action training and EEOC training