Web / TeleConference January 23, 2014
OFCCP 503/VEVRAA “Double-Header" - Segment A -- A live, interactive 2-hour Webinar conducted by John C. Fox, Esq.
Details for Segment A - January 23, 2014 (Segment B follows on January 30th)
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) Understanding the architecture of the new Final Rules
Contractors’ new four most favorite regulatory citations
What “Subpart C” means When contractors have to do what (“phasing in” and how to handle unique transactions occurring after March 24, 2014) Necessary "nomenclature changes” to your AAPs and corporate documents Budget and staffing considerations The controversies surrounding VEVRAA’s Job “listing” requirements...and... Concluding with a 30 minute Q&A
You may sign up to attend only Segment A, or to attend only Segment B ($249.00 for either one). The two segments will cover different topics. Alternatively, you may sign-up to attend both segments for a single price discounted from the price of attending both individual segments. To register for both Segments A and B at the discounted rate of $399.00, click here: BOTH DATES.
John has concluded that many federal contractors are still having trouble digesting the many changes in OFCCP’s two Final Section 503 and VEVRAA Rules and converting OFCCP’s coming new compliance obligations to operations-level tasks. As a result, John has made two changes from the usual Webinar and seminar offerings. Specifically:
1) John has broken the Webinar into 2 two-hour “bite-sized” pieces, and
2) He will treat the topics transactionally — the way issues/tasks will come across a contractor’s desk.
John C. Fox, Esq., is the President and a founder of Fox, Wang & Morgan, P.C., in San Jose, 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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Registration Fee: $249.00 - Unlimited Viewers from the same computer. An attendance certificate will be issued for registered participants ONLY.
Please click on Segment B for details on the second part of this Webinar scheduled on January 30, 2014.
To register for both Segments A and B at the discounted rate of $399.00, click here: BOTH DATES
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