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  You’ve Found the Perfect Candidate But You Don’t Have an Opening – What Should You Do?
by Debra Milstein Gardner - Feb, 2016
While reviewing candidate qualifications for an open position, you come across someone who has great skills but is not the best match for the open position. Or you are conducting a passive search and come across a candidate that you would like to “hold” for another position when the opening becomes available. Either way you source the “other” candidate, you don’t want to lose them if the timing is not in sync with an op...
 
  Downton Abbey: a Disability-Inclusive Workplace?
by Jennifer Sheehy - Feb, 2016
Reprinted with permission from “Downton Abbey: a Disability-Inclusive Workplace?”by Jennifer Sheehy, January 14, 2016, U.S. Department of Labor Blog. Like many people, I’m currently relishing escaping to Downton Abbey for an hour each Sunday night. For those who haven’t succumbed to this show’s lure, it follows the lives of an aristocratic family and their servants on an English country estate during the early...
 
  The Secret's Out! Women In The Workplace
by Mi'Shon Landry - Jan, 2016
It probably comes as no surprise to know that... But did you also know? Although women represent more than half of the total workforce, however their share of employment varies considerably across occupational groups. The female wage gap still presents lots of opportunity for improvement, with a key factor contributing to the gap is GENDER DIFFERENCES ACROSS OCCUPATIONS. Today, more Black wo...
 
  The OFCCP Digest Volume 6, Issue 1
by Local JobNetwork™ - Jan, 2016
Happy 2016 Thank you for taking the time recently to complete The OFCCP Digest survey. We are reviewing your thoughtful comments and plan to introduce small changes based on your feedback in upcoming months....
 
  Tips for Compliant Interview Processes and Documentation
by Carmen Couden, Esq. - Jan, 2016
Most federal contractors are aware that they are required to keep records related to the application and hiring process for up to two years after the record is created or the related personnel action (e.g., the filling of the job) occurs. (Contractors with fewer than 150 employees or a contract of less than $150,000 must only retain such records for one year.) However, some contractors are unaware that the applicable...
 
  Don't Let Your Temporary Staffing Become a Permanent Headache
by Cara Crotty, Esq. - Jan, 2016
Many federal contractors use outside staffing agencies to fulfill the labor demands of their workplaces � whether it is temporary staffing or recruiters for regular employees. While a valid and useful way to staff an organization, this practice can present several challenges for federal contractors who must comply with various recordkeeping requirements. The OFCCP�s regulations do not directly address this practi...
 
  How to Properly Manage Evergreen Jobs to Limit Liability
by Debra Milstein Gardner - Jan, 2016
Do evergreen job requisitions need to be handled differently than other requisitions? The quick answer is No with the caveat of having a compliant recruiting, applicant tracking and selection process. First, it would be useful to determine if evergreen jobs are really that different from other open positions. To ensure that we are on the same page with the terms, here is how I define the two types of positions f...
 
  What’s New from the OFCCP?
by Carla Irwin, Esq. - Jan, 2016
Well a lot. So much has happened that I will skip my usual lengthy yet insightful prose for short, sweet and to the point. Enjoy! Pay Transparency The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) issued a final rule implementing Executive Order 13665 promoting pay transparency, which took effect January 11, 2016. The rule prohibits federal contractors and subcontractors from discriminating against...
 
  The OFCCP Digest Volume 5, Issue 11
by Local JobNetwork™ - Nov, 2015
Wishing you a beautiful holiday season and a new year filled with peace and happiness! We sincerely thank all of our authors and readers for continuing to make The OFCCP Digest a valuable resource. We loo...
 
  OFCCP’s New Class Member Locator Database and DOL’s Proposed Blacklisting Rule Guidance
by Alissa Horvitz, Esq. - Nov, 2015
Raising the Stakes in Compliance Reviews and Complicating Conciliation Efforts The vast majority of contractors that have been cited by OFCCP for violations involving discrimination have been willing to enter into voluntary conciliation agreements to resolve their compliance reviews. OFCCP’s statistics bear that out. Out of thousands of compliance reviews every year, most of them are resolved with a Notice of Comp...
 
  OFCCP’s New Class Member Locator Database and DOL’s Proposed Blacklisting Rule Guidance
by Josh Roffman, Esq. - Nov, 2015
Raising the Stakes in Compliance Reviews and Complicating Conciliation Efforts The vast majority of contractors that have been cited by OFCCP for violations involving discrimination have been willing to enter into voluntary conciliation agreements to resolve their compliance reviews. OFCCP’s statistics bear that out. Out of thousands of compliance reviews every year, most of them are resolved with a Notice of Comp...
 
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