If your company was one of the 375 government contractors or subcontractors who recently received a Scheduling Letter from the Office of Federal Contractor Compliance Programs (OFCCP), you’re probably not reading this post. You’re too busy scrambling to pull together responses to the 22 items in the Scheduling Letter and Itemized Listing and making sure your affirmative action plans are up to date.
But if you didn’t receive a scheduling order … read on.
Now is a perfect time to check up on your company’s compliance with the various requirements imposed on federal contractors and subcontractors, so that you’re ready when you do receive notice of an OFCCP audit. Every contractor knows that it must maintain affirmative action plans for minorities and women and for the disabled and protected veterans and that it must file EEO-1 and VETS-4212 forms once a year. But are you confident that you’re complying with all the other OFCCP obligations on federal contractors? Here is a quick checklist you can use to make sure your company is in compliance.
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