So, You Think You May Be a Federal Contractor (or Subcontractor)? | Chattanooga Breakfast Seminar
March 07, 2014
Please join us for a complementary breakfast seminarThursday, April 24, 20148:30 a.m. - 8:45 a.m. EDT - Breakfast & Networking8:45 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. EDT - ProgramMany employers have put their heads in the sand regarding compliance with the OFCCP's affirmative action requirements, reasoning that: (1) "We don't have any direct contracts with the government, so I donï¿½t think we're covered by those requirements;" (2) "I've got enough laws and regulations to worry about without adding 'affirmative action' to my list;" or (3) "It sounds really complicated and expensive to get into compliance, so I'll just take my chances."However, a more active OFCCP along with new regulations relating to veterans and disabled individuals are moving these requirements to the forefront of HR professionals' minds, and will make it harder for employers to explain away or ignore noncompliance. In this session, we will discuss:(1) what it means to be a federal contractor or subcontractor,(2) whether your company is required to have an affirmative action plan, and(3) what it will take to get into compliance with the new affirmative action requirements pertaining to veterans and disabled individuals.As always, your live or e-mailed questions are welcome.
2014-03-07 00:00:00 2014-03-07 00:00:00 America/Indiana/Indianapolis So, You Think You May Be a Federal Contractor (or Subcontractor)? | Chattanooga Breakfast Seminar