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Posters and Notices Federal Contractors Must Provide to Applicants
Published on: Jan 12, 2021
Federal contractors have many posters and notices that must be accessible to employees on the worksite, employee handbooks and/or some type of internal company portal.
This article addresses posters and notices federal contractor must make accessible to applicants, ideally on their careers site or on individual job postings. Most federal contractors simply provide a link to each poster and notice on their careers site.
Below are the required posters and notices with a link to each:
- Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law poster
- “EEO is the Law” Poster Supplement
- Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision poster
- All three of these OFCCP posters can be found HERE
If your organization participates in E-Verify, the below posters also need to be accessible to applicants:
- This Organization Participates in E-Verify poster
- Right to Work poster
- These two posters can be found HERE
In addition, your careers site or individual job postings should include a contact in case an applicant needs a reasonable accommodation to complete an application because of a disability.
Sample language: If you need an accommodation seeking employment with [your company name], please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (XXX) XXX-XXX. Accommodations are made on a case-by-case basis.
It can be a challenge for federal contractors to know all the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) regulations, especially when they change rapidly. JobTarget is here to help you navigate this complicated landscape. JobTarget offers solutions that assist federal contractors with their Executive Order 11246, VEVRAA, and Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act compliance obligations.
The contents of this document are intended to convey general information only and not to provide legal advice or opinions. The information contained herein should not be construed as, and should not be relied upon for, legal advice in any particular circumstance or situation.
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