In today’s active compliance and enforcement environment, it's imperative to be prepared for an audit. The OFCCP's regulatory agenda demonstrates an intent to aggressively enforce the laws under its jurisdiction and to strengthen the regulations that implement those laws. Moreover, all of the developments over the last four years reflect the OFCCP's recently stated belief that affirmative action can no longer be measured by good faith efforts alone. Indeed, both proposed and implanted changes to compliance requirements reflect a push by the OFCCP for federal contractors to engineer results. The best way to do this is to be proactive in preparing, monitoring and updating your company's annual Affirmative Action Plan (AAP).
It goes without saying, all US employers should have recruitment, hiring and employment practices in place to ensure equal opportunity on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national origin, disability or status as a protected veteran. For federal contractors however, additionally they must be proactive in ensuring equal opportunity or risk severe judgments against them for failure to do so.
If you were to receive a Corporate Scheduling Letter (CSAL), would you know what to do? Are you prepared to update your current Affirmative Action Plan with the most recent regulatory changes? Do you know the OFCCP's most cited red flags and contractor's most frequent violations?
If you are uncertain as to the answers to any of these questions, then you should consider joining us for this informative webinar to discover the answers to these and other important questions.
Duration: 180 Minutes
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Cathleen Hampton is a seasoned Human Resources Expert with more than 25 years of experience helping companies in the areas of risk mitigation and compliance management, work force planning, and human capital strategy. She has a unique ability to analyze operations for risk and help maneuver cultural practices and compliance enhancements that increase positive organizational outcomes, maintain employment law compliance, avoid workplace litigation, reduce costs, and increase revenue. She is a well-known speaker noted for presenting best-in-practice solutions focused on talent retention and operational strategies that outpaced major completion through strong and decisive business leadership. Cathleen is a sought after speaker in her industry and has presented Human Resource topics such as: Project Management and Human Resources Auditing best practices Pay equity and total compensation strategies Corporate communications and public relations HR legal principles and compliance best practices Managing change and transition Power, influence, and persuasion The art of negotiation Affirmative Action compliance trends and tips The art of the interview Performance management Cathleen is a results-oriented Human Resource Expert with a unique background in business management, spanning over 25 years. Her expertise includes: Employment laws, job analysis, compensation and market surveys, HR Audits, labor/employee relations, employee handbooks, hiring, workplace investigations, policies and procedures. Ms. Hampton holds an MBA and a Bachelor in Business /Human Resources Management. She has taught human resource professionals at the undergraduate and graduate level as an adjunct professor covering such topics as: Human Resource Management for the Professional SOX and Human Resources Legal Principles of HR Ethics Leadership Development Change Management Training and Development PHR/SPHR certification preparation