9th Annual Affirmative Action Update - Spring Webinar -- A live, interactive 2-hour Webinar by John C. Fox, Esq.
Thursday, May 2, 2019
1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. (Eastern) 12:00 noon - 2:00 p.m. (Central) 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (Mountain) 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon (Pacific)
Recent Significant Developments at the OFCCP
New OFCCP Director Craig Leen continues to change it up, almost by the month. In this necessarily fast-paced Webinar, we will discuss all significant OFCCP developments up to the time of the Webinar, including at least the following 10 topics:
The new audit procedures Director Leen recently announced for the coming first-ever 500 Headquarter establishment “Focused Reviews” How to prepare for the coming Focused Reviews The new “industry-based” audits OFCCP is designing now OFCCP’s upcoming certified training regimen which will change OFCCP audits OFCCP’s latest definitions of “Who is an Applicant” from the Courtroom and from a recent OFCCP Directive (few people noticed) Director Leen’s latest pronouncement about compensation analyses OFCCP will follow as to “similarly situated” employees and as to the “major factors” which affect pay Trump Administration OFCCP focus shift back to disability and accommodation issues after a twenty-year hiatus The latest CSAL OFCCP will publish later this month and to go into effect after this Webinar Disability issues now on OFCCP’s audit checklist, including W3C website/online application standards and “Centralized Accommodation Systems” How to make OFCCP’s new oversight systems work for you as to old OFCCP audits still limping along
John C. Fox, Esq., is the President and a founder of Fox, Wang & Morgan, P.C., in Los Gatos, California. Mr. Fox leads large and complex litigation matters in state and federal courts, in cases involving wage-hour and discrimination class actions, trade secret claims, employment contract disputes, wrongful termination, corporate investigations, and the use of statistics in employment matters. He is considered one of the country’s foremost experts on affirmative action matters. For more information on Mr. Fox, please click here.
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