These rules, which will become effective on March 24, 2014, require federal contractors and subcontractors to substantially change their affirmative action programs for veterans and individuals with disabilities.
In addition, the rules require contractors and subcontractors to update various notices, contract clauses, forms, advertising taglines, EEO surveys, and impose several additional data collection and recordkeeping requirements. Because the changes required by the final rules are substantial, federal contractors and subcontractors should be meeting with management, IT personnel, and their legal advisors now to ensure compliance with the new regulations.
Join Foley attorneys Dan Kaplan and Carmen Couden for a two-hour practical discussion regarding the changes required by the final rules and the specific steps contractors should be taking to comply. Topics will include:
The OFCCP has been working on these rules for years, and their implementation will be the focus of OFCCP audits in the future. If you are a federal contractor — you cannot afford to miss this program.
There is no cost to participate in this Web Conference, but advance registration is required.
For more information, please contact Kristen LaBuda at email@example.com or 312.832.4725.