Companies that do business with the federal government are required to comply with federal affirmative action requirements. One of those requirements is the Internet Applicant rule issued by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP). This webinar will review the internet applicant rule, provide participants with detailed disposition codes that can be customized for their use, explain the role of talent acquisition in audits and other compliance requirements and finally the impact of OFCCP proposed regulations on talent acquisition.
Participants will learn the OFCCP’s four prongs of the internet applicant rule, record retention requirements and resources for additional information. The OFCCP has recently filed complaints and settled cases with many companies involving hiring discrimination. The first line of defense against this is complete and accurate recordkeeping, tracking and detailed disposition codes. Ask yourself, when you decided not to phone screen or interview a candidate are you documenting why? Do you know the difference between basic qualifications and minimum qualifications? Are you taking advantage of Data Management Techniques to limit your applicant pool?
We will discuss how talent acquisition impacts many areas of affirmative action compliance. This will include each step of the compliance evaluation process, the importance of recordkeeping, testing, outreach, online accessibility to postings. Being proactive and prepared is the best defense against an audit or charges of discrimination. Lastly we will be examining the much talked about OFCCP proposed regulations for veterans and individuals with disabilities on talent acquisition. What should you be doing to prepare? What are the new benchmarks? Additional outreach? Additional documentation?
Who Should Participate
recruiters, human resources professionals, compliance officers, affirmative action specialists, corporate counsel, federal contractors and those individuals interested in doing business with the U.S. government.
What You Will Learn
1. Internet applicant rule and use of disposition codes. 2. The role of talent acquisition in audits and other AA compliance requirements. 3. Impact of OFCCP proposed regulations on talent acquisition
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