Posts by scott

UPDATE: EEO-1, Component 2 Report

Posted By on Sep 13, 2019

Today the EEOC filled a notice in the Federal Register that it will not renew the requirement that employers submit an EEO-1, Component 2 report, at least in 2020.   Commentary This does not change the current report filing deadline of September 30th,2019. However, EEOC plans to review the outcome of the EEO-1, Component 2 before taking further action.   What This Means: All employers of 50 or more must still meet the September 30th,...

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Are you ready? The OFCCP broadcasted in the end of 2018 that there were going to be “more desk audits in 2019.” The time has come to be prepared for what could be a challenging time for many Federal Contractors and Federal Subcontractors both as CSAL notices continue to be sent from D.C. HR Specialties is hosting a “Tuesday Topics” webinar to talk about the specific trends of the audits and what to expect....

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Directive 2018 – 07

Posted By on Dec 10, 2018

OFCCP has recently published several new Directives with important information for employers who are federal contractors and subcontractors. One of these, Directive 2018-07, is focused on employers who are either late with yearly AAP update(s), or who fail to prepare them at all. According to this directive, OFCCP will no longer grant extensions for data submission to employers who receive audit notices. This will have significant...

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The portal to file annual VETS-4212 reports is now open.  The filing period started on August 1st, 2018 and ends on September 30th, 2018.  Companies with federal contracts of $150,000 or more are required to file the VETS-4212 report.   Contractors will need to choose a pay period ending date that is between July 1st and August 31st.  This date will be used to create a workforce snapshot and an end period for the compilation of...

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Town Hall Action Plan

Posted By on May 9, 2018

Last September, the OFCCP conducted a number of Town Hall Meetings where participants provided feedback and insight on compliance assistance and contractor engagement related issues.  The agency identified three focus areas around training, communication, and trust.  From these focus areas, the OFCCP developed three initiatives:   Review and enhance contractor compliance assistance materials. Assess and improve the quality of...

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