The brochure that is now available is from the 2016 program and is representative of the type of agenda that will be covered in 2017. The 2017 brochure will be available in July.
The Definitive Word on OFCCP Compliance, including Discussion of All New OFCCP Regulatory and Audit Requirements led by the Nation's Most Knowledgeable Faculty.
Now, more than ever before, careful attention to the format and reporting of AAPs is critical to successful audits. Without question, things have continued to change at OFCCP and we will ensure that we bring you up-to-date with every new development affecting Federal contractors and the refocused priorities OFCCP is implementing.
This year's program is chaired by John Fox and features a greatly expanded faculty to give you a wide range of expertise and opinions.
The two-day "Advanced Level" Briefing offers "practical" guidance focusing on what Federal contractors must do to be compliant with the wealth of new OFCCP requirements.
Published Agenda Topics covered in detail include:
Recent Significant Developments at OFCCP
What to expect in the last few months of the Obama Administration A catalogue of the final and still percolating regulatory changes The Obama OFCCP Legacy: Where did we go? Where are we? The many silent changes to OFCCP practice OFCCP has made The significant (and radical) changes coming to OFCCP
Answers to the Many Wrinkles with VEVRAA's "Listing" of Available Job Requirements
The Coming Presidential Transition: What it Means to OFCCP and How it Will Affect Contractors
What to do to Comply with OFCCP's New "Pay Transparency" Regulations
In Austin and San Francisco: Overview of DOL's Solicitor's Office and Its Role in Supporting OFCCP
In Chicago and Washington DC: Specific Jobseeker Disposition Codes to Avoid & Use
What to Do to Comply with OFCCP's New Sex Discrimination Rule
How to Defend Failure to Hire Audits/Litigation
How to Properly Think About Private Compensation Reviews and Defend OFCCP Compensation Audits
Recent OFCCP Case Decisions Significantly Affecting Contractors
The Most Common HR Issues Arising From OFCCP's Section 503/VEVRAA Programs
How to Defend Against OFCCP's New Style of Supply & Service Audits
All in all, the 2016 Affirmative Action programs are the best available, and are programs not to be missed. For those who want exposure to affirmative action principles, require a refresher following reassignment, or who have less than 10 years experience preparing AAPs and/or defending OFCCP audits, a full day Workshop covering an analyses of the Executive Order Program requiring affirmative action plans, essential components of an AA program, and a summary of the audit process will be held prior to the Briefing in each location. Please click on Affirmative Action Workshop.)
Early Registration Fee: $895.00 (available until approximately 3 weeks prior to the seminar date, please consult brochure for exact date)
Registration Fee: $945.00