3-hr Virtual Seminar - Affirmative Action Compliance and Your Recruiting Strategy: Pulling it together


Instructor: Cathleen M.  Hampton
Product ID: 702077

  • Duration: 3 hrs
This 3-hr virtual seminar will take a deeper look at your recruiting practice and review the objective for affirmative action as it relates to this function in terms of ensuring compliance. The session also features a discussion about how to make the most of your recruiting technology so that you are prepared to meet the OFCCP’s recently heightened enforcement efforts.


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Why Should You Attend:

Over the last 6 years, we seen the OFCCP become better funded, more sophisticated, and more motivated than ever to enforce affirmative action rules. Further, the changes initiated by the OFCCP have presented the greatest challenges for contractors with respect to compliance. In this new enforcement environment, government contractors are well advised to be prepared for more audits and more settlements, as there will be an aggressive increase in the OFCCP’s affirmative action enforcement efforts. From a risk perspective, your recruiting practices pose the greatest legal liability for your organization.

In this 3-hr training, we’ll take a practical look at what you should be doing now from a recruiting perspective to get and stay in compliance with the directives of a newly attentive OFCCP.

We will specifically focus on your recruiting efforts from common missteps, to enforcement traps. You won’t want to miss the plethora of practical steps you can take now to correct the most common issues as well as what you can do with technology moving forward so that you are better positioned for success during an audit (The session features a discussion by guest speaker, Sylvia Dahlby, about how to make the most of your recruiting technology so that you are prepared to meet the OFCCP’s recently heightened enforcement efforts).

Learning Objectives:

Attendees will learn

  • How the OFCCP's enforcement mission statement may affect how you do business.
  • Why increased OFCCP enforcement could mean more discrimination lawsuits – and how to protect yourself .
  • The focus of the OFCCP's newly heightened enforcement efforts.
  • Rescission of two major guidance documents and what it means for your policies and practice.
  • The changes you should be making to your recruiting efforts to get and stay compliant.
  • The most frequent compliance failures, and how to avoid them.
  • Whether recruiting through social networking sites can be a benefit or a hindrance for you.
  • Best practices for gathering the right data and for developing and managing a more coordinated practice to ensure smart, informed compliance.
  • A key component to compliance is consistency – how to use technology to achieve those results.

Areas Covered in the Seminar:

  • Affirmative Action – proactive, not reactive.
  • Key principles of Affirmative Action.
  • EEO vs. AA.
  • Key components of an Affirmative Action Program and what your overriding objectives are.
  • OFCCPs Enforcement Focus.
  • OFCCPs Enforcement Trends.
  • ACM vs. ACE.
  • OFCCP expansion of enforcement tools.
  • The standard of compliance is “good faith” and what that really means in recruiting.
  • Adverse Impact and Sub-minority analytical trend.
  • Guideline rescissions and changes.
  • The components of the new scheduling letter.
  • Most Common Missteps and red flags during an audit.
  • What Strategic Disposition Codes really mean.
  • Data Management and Search String traps.
  • 3rd Party Search and Staffing firm traps.
  • Job Posting, new requirements for compliance.
  • A detailed discussion about the four conditions of an Applicant and how to differentiate an applicant from a candidate.
  • How to develop a consistent protocol under your Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures (UGESP).
  • Recordkeeping, your new best friend.
  • Inference – what that means for your practice as a whole.
  • Impact of social media and some concerns to consider.
  • Technology, making it all happen to achieve consistent results.

Who Will Benefit:

  • All federal contractors, including those in the Health Services Industry as recently determined  by the ALJ
  • Any person within a contracting organization responsible for compliance
  • CFOs
  • COOs
  • Hiring Managers
  • HR and especially Recruiters

Instructor Profile:

Cathleen Hampton, is a professional Human Resources consultant with over 25 years of experience. She is a recognized expert in developing and implementing staffing and retention programs that include workforce planning and analysis, along with best-in-class HR technology, sourcing, recruiting and selection methods.

She has been responsible for planning, development and execution of comprehensive strategies for a wide range of client companies, and has broad experience with corporate policy development and program implementation, including affirmative action programs and OFCCP compliance audits.

Ms. Hampton is a dynamic leader who has been instrumental in growing Hampton Resources into a much respected HR Services organization. She oversees diverse engagements where she partners with her clients to develop strategies using the most up-to-date and sound industry trends and practices.

Ms. Hampton serves as the principal coach / counselor for all development activities, and has developed numerous workshops on topics such as strategic and business planning, leadership and management development, compliance enhancement, and performance management. She is a nationally known presenter on topics such as HR and organizational compliance strategies, performance management, organizational and management development, and human capital.

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