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The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has sent a new round of pre-audit letters to 1,000 individual locations and facilities of federal contractors and subcontractors. This letter puts contractors on notice that their locations can anticipate an Audit Letter in the future. These were all sent to the facility directly, rather than to any corporate headquarters.   Please note that...

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Recent Change at The OFCCP


Posted By on Jan 25, 2018

Ondray T. Harris is the new Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) Director.  Prior to his appointment, Mr. Harris served as a senior advisor at the Department of Labor in the Employment Training Administration.  His experience includes a number of legal consultant and advisory roles.  Under President George W. Bush, he served as the Director of the Community Relations Service at the Department of Justice (DOJ).  His...

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Meet Your New OFCCP Director…


Posted By on Nov 15, 2017

Craig Leen has been appointed as the new OFCCP Director. He replaces interim Director, Tom Dowd, who has been in the role since Patricia Shiu resigned in November of 2016. Mr. Leen has a legal background serving as the City Attorney and Chief Legal Officer for the City of Coral Gables since 2011. He received his Juris Doctor from Columbia Law School in 2000 and also serves as a volunteer adjunct professor for the University of Miami...

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Significant New EEO-1 Development


Posted By on Aug 30, 2017

In July of 2016, we reported on the EEOC’s revision to the proposed EEO-1 pay data collection report.  The EEOC announced yesterday that the report requirement (Component 2) is currently postponed indefinitely.  The requirement would have required employers to report the number of employees that fall into each of the “pay bands” within each EEO-1 category.  In addition to the employee counts, employers would have also reported the...

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Fall 2017 Webinars


Posted By on Aug 24, 2017

“Tuesday Topics” focus in depth on a particular AAP-related topic. They are designed especially for HR professionals and open to clients and the HR profession. Tuesday programs are complimentary to current clients and their attorneys.  The non-client fee is $95.00 per session.   “Specialized Programs” are designed to provide AAP-related insights and perspectives, and are suitable for both HR professionals and managers and...

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