A tool for evaluating disability and veteran outreach under OFCCP rules
A checklist to assist in understanding and complying with OFCCP's annual AAP-VI certification requirement.
As the June 30 deadline for federal contractors to certify with OFCCP’s new AAP-VI approaches, many CWC members have questions about what it means to have “developed and maintained” their AAPs. Our memo and attached checklist provide guidance.
MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED. OFCCP is seeking approval from the White House Office of Management and Budget to extend the Functional Affirmative Action Program option for another three years, a move that CWC supports.
A suite of resources to assist with planning, conducting, documenting and evaluation outreach efforts.
In a new FAQ posted to its AAP-VI portal late last week, OFCCP has reversed course and is now saying that contractor establishments with fewer than 50 employees must be included if the contractor maintains an AAP for that site, even though not requir
Sometime in the next few months, OFCCP is expected to publish a formal proposal to modernize its “60-2” AAP regulations. Our memo proves a preview of some of the things it is likely to include.
A federal trial court in Texas has ruled that a legal challenge by that state to expanded guidance on sexual orientation/gender identity guidance issued by the EEOC last year can proceed, rejecting the Administration’s various arguments that the laws
Our most recent member roundtable featured a lively discussion among participants and CWC’s staff experts on the practical implications of OFCCP Director Jenny Yang’s new enforcement directive.
As the June 30 deadline for data submissions under OFCCP’s new AAP-VI process approaches, the agency has rolled out a new bulk upload option that federal contractors with 100 or more establishments may find beneficial.
OFCCP has posted a new Corporate Scheduling Announcement List that flags some 400 federal contractor establishments for an upcoming compliance evaluation. Industries that increased hiring during the pandemic are prioritized for audits.
It’s been 16 months since OFCCP Director Jenny Yang assumed office, and during that time there have been some significant changes in key agency leadership positions. Our memo provides an update.
In a positive development for employers that have implemented telework policies in response to COVID-19, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency has extended its temporary policy allowing remote inspection of I-9 documents until October
MEMBER FEEDBACK REQUESTED. CWC has filed a comment letter with OFCCP in general support of the agency’s announced intent to extend its Functional Affirmative Action Program for another three years, while recommending some minor revisions that we beli
OFCCP has posted a number of new clarifying FAQs that address issues raised with the agency by CWC regarding compliance with the agency’s recently-launched Affirmative Action Program-Verification Interface.
A new directive issued by OFCCP Director Jenny Yang regarding the return to some of the agency’s former enforcement practices confirms what we’ve been expecting for some time.
In the first major policy development since she assumed office, OFCCP Director Jenny Yang has issued a new directive instructing agency compliance officers to ask for a contractor’s pay analyses during a compliance evaluation, regardless of whether t
As the March 31 date allowing federal contractors to begin certifying their AAP obligations via OFCCP’s new Affirmative Action Program Verification Interface (AAP-VI) approaches, key questions about how the process works remain unanswered.
In a positive development for federal contractors, OFCCP has announced that it is seeking approval to extend its Functional Affirmative Action Program compliance option for several more years.
The online “Contractor Portal” to register with OFCCP’s new Affirmative Action Program Verification Interface opened on February 1, but many questions about how covered federal contractors will have to come.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has announced that it will no longer accept so-called “Type 6” establishment records for the upcoming 2021 EEO-1 Report filing season. EEO-1 filers with establishments employing fewer than 50 employees will
An expected jump in OFCCP enforcement activity after the Biden Administration assumed office has not yet occurred, according to data released recently by the agency. Budget constraints likely are a contributing factor.
Employers required to file annual EEO-1 reports will be able to file their 2021 EEO-1s with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission beginning on April 12, 2022, according to an announcement posted recently by the agency.
OFCCP has announced important dates regarding its new online “Affirmative Action Plan Verification Interface.” The Contractor Portal will open February 1, 2022, contractors can begin the certification process on March 31, 2022, and certifications mus
We are pleased to let you know that a number of CWC members are among the recipients of the 2021 HIRE Vets Medallion Award, which is presented by the Labor Department annually to companies that demonstrate exemplary efforts in recruiting, employing,
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