Posts Tagged ‘OFCCP’

Joint Employment and Federal Contractors

Posted by | Filed under Affirmative Action, Compliance, HR | Aug 1, 2016 | Tags: , , , | No Comments

Joint employment, and the issues it brings, has been around for a while. But with the NLRB decision last year in Browning Ferris II, the scope of what it means to be a joint employer has broadened. And while there is no regulation spelling out this new standard, the DOL and OFCCP are jumping on […]

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OFCCP’s LGBT Executive Order and its impact

Executive Order 13672 Highlights: LGBT non discrimination E.O. 13672 went into the Federal Register Dec. 9, 2014 and will be effective April 8, 2015 Any place your organization displays the entire list of protected classes, gender identity and sexual orientation must be added EO Clause for contracts and sub contracts should be amended, along with Ad […]

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3 Things to do NOW to prepare for the new OFCCP regulations

Effective 3/24/14 the OFCCP’s regulation will significantly change. Primarily, there will be targets for Veterans and Disabled and additional reporting, record keeping and notices. The regulations will require that you survey your employee population every 5 years (with interim reminders) for disability status and has released the form that should be used: http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/sec503/SelfId_Disability_CC_305_012214_JRF_QA_508c.pdf So what […]

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Money, money, money…mo-ney

OFCCP audits are focusing on compensation equity — specifically are there any inequities between males/females or minorities/white similarly situated employees in your organization?  Compensation is a slippery slope.  HR professionals recognize that there are many components to compensation level: education, seniority, performance, market conditions, predecessor companies, etc.  Unfortunately, the data that you need to support […]

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One is the loneliest number…

Now that your EEO-1 and Vets-100 reports are filed, have you taken the time to analyze the data?  These pesky reports are often an exercise in frustration but are used by both the EEOC and the OFCCP for trending, audit selection and data analyses.  We assisted some clients with their reporting this year (the old […]

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