Last year OFCCP violations cost federal contractors and subcontractors more than $26 million in monetary relief to affected class members.
As a federal contractor or subcontractor, do you feel confident in your understanding of your organization’s compliance obligations under the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP)? With varying consequences – including financial, contract loss, and reputation damage – staying up to date with the regulations and avoiding preventable violations is critical.
To help you understand your compliance obligations, the teams at JobTarget, a leading recruitment platform, and Deltek, a software and solutions provider for project-based businesses, are hosting an OFCCP webinar on Tuesday, June 14, 2022 – Understanding Your OFCCP Obligations & Risks.
What the OFCCP is and why it matters to your organization
About 2021’s top violations and how to avoid them
Recent changes and upcoming directives
Key steps to take to protect your organization and maintain compliance
Common violations – and recommendations for how to avoid them – that will be covered include:
Affirmative Action Plan (AAP)
Recordkeeping & Support Documentation
Looking at the year ahead, we’ll also cover Pay Equity Directive 2022-01, “The Four Pillars” recently rescinded, and the new Contractor Portal (and the impending certification deadline.)
Webinar: Understanding Your OFCCP Obligations & RisksREGISTER TODAY!
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