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Finding the time to explain or reinforce your nondiscrimination policies – and what those policies mean in the day-to-day operation of your business – can be challenging, especially when the message needs to be delivered to hundreds or even thousands of employees. This no-nonsense, 15-minute session delivers a straightforward message that discrimination and harassment based on factors such as race, religion, sex, disability, and age simply won’t be tolerated, and also spells out the potential consequences for violating these important policies.
Help recruiters quickly get up to speed on the unique compliance requirements that apply to the talent acquisition process.
Talent acquisition professionals are the first line of defense against claims of unlawful hiring discrimination or failure to engage in adequate affirmative action outreach efforts – a line of defense that gets much stronger when they know the compliance “ground rules” that apply to the recruitment and selection process.
In this 15-minute course, TA professionals learn the fundamentals of recruitment and selection compliance, including the laws of equal employment opportunity, the essential requirements of affirmative action, the importance of making selection decisions based on job-related qualifications, and how good TA recordkeeping practices help minimize compliance risks.
This 15-minute interactive course lays out the basic ground rules for responding to applicant or employee requests for disability and religious accommodations. Using real-world scenarios, the course explains how to recognize and appropriately respond to situations where an accommodation might be required. A downloadable checklist reinforcing all key points is included.
Explain what workplace harassment is, why it's such an important issue for employees to understand, and how it can be prevented, spotted, and addressed to minimize workplace risk.
Using straightforward terms and the simple imagery of a puzzle, this 15-minute course breaks down unlawful workplace harassment into each of its individual components, providing an easy-to-remember and highly effective framework for employees at all levels to use when preventing, identifying, and addressing conduct based on characteristics such as race, sex, religion, disability, and age.
Do your hiring managers complain about too many “hoops” to jump through when filling a vacant position? Do they feel pressured to make race- or gender-based hiring decisions because of a mandatory affirmative action quota?
This 10-minute interactive course debunks the common myths and misconceptions about affirmative action, explains how it should and shouldn’t work when recruiting and hiring new employees, and describes the specific steps hiring managers can take to ensure full compliance with affirmative action requirements during the selection process. There’s a downloadable checklist at the end of the course that managers can use when hiring new employees.
This 15-minute interactive course defines workplace retaliation in simple terms and uses real-world scenarios to explain how it can be prevented and, when necessary, effectively addressed. Content is written and delivered in a way that makes key points relatable to employees of all levels, and a downloadable checklist is included as a helpful workplace reference.
Satisfy all of your OFCCP-required EEO and affirmative action training requirements in less than 30 minutes.
This online and on-demand course delivers a straightforward explanation of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action requirements for the organization, for managers and supervisors, and for the people they manage. It's designed to fulfill all training requirements established by OFCCP's veteran and disability rules, which mandate that "All personnel involved in the recruitment, screening, selection, promotion, disciplinary, and other processes shall be trained to ensure that the commitments in the contractor's affirmative action program are implemented."
Understanding the complexities of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is critical to effectively identifying, assessing, and mitigating FLSA risk.
Covering everything from minimum wage to misclassification, this intensive course lays out all of the FLSA’s key requirements to help HR professionals and employment counsel assess their overall wage and hour compliance profile and effectively audit and manage their FLSA risks. The course covers a broad range of FLSA issues, including compensable time and off-the-clock risks, overtime exemptions for executive, administrative and professional employees, calculating regular rates of pay, and worker classification.
Learn what you need to know to successfully manage each stage of an audit by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).
Taught by experienced practitioners who have managed and advised on hundreds of OFCCP compliance evaluations, this course examines the key elements necessary for a successful audit outcome, including preparation, timeliness, completeness, candor, and good-faith collaboration. From desk audit preparation through resolution of alleged violations, participants will learn practical strategies and tactics for demonstrating compliance with all OFCCP-enforced requirements.
Learn how to structure, prepare, and implement fully compliant affirmative action programs for women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities under the regulations enforced by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).
Whether you’re starting from scratch, fine-tuning an existing program, or overseeing a third-party consultant, this intense one-day course covers how each component of a fully compliant supply-and-service AAP should be developed and used to ensure full compliance with federal contractor EEO and affirmative action requirements. You’ll also learn how AAPs can be aligned with broader diversity and inclusion goals, including D&I representation metrics.
Concerned about pay equity and discrimination risks under federal, state, and local laws, or outside stakeholder/shareholder pressure?
This interactive course teaches proven, practical strategies for identifying, assessing, and mitigating pay equity and discrimination risks. The course covers the legal and statistical concepts you need to know under Title VII, the federal Equal Pay Act, and the regulations enforced by DOL’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP). You’ll also learn strategies and tactics for defending against compensation-related investigations, audits, and lawsuits, as well as the latest state and local pay equity developments and their impact on private-sector compensation practices.
This rigorous, immersion-style course consolidates and combines all of the Center for Workplace Compliance’s “core curriculum” offerings and provides a solid foundation for HR professionals to effectively manage workplace requirements and risks.
This five-day program delivers practical, down-to-earth explanations of dozens of federal labor and employment laws and requirements, including those addressing discrimination and harassment, affirmative action and contract compliance, minimum wage and overtime, employment verification and immigration, employee and management labor rights, and much more. The course also covers the latest developments at the state and local levels and provides practical tools to help you stay on top of evolving workplace compliance requirements.
Attendees who successfully complete the course will receive CWC’s Workplace Compliance Professional Certificate at the conclusion of the program.
Learn what every people manager, HR professional, and employee relations practitioner needs to know about workplace compliance.
This intensive, one-day program covers the most important ground rules of the employer-employee relationship, focusing on the workplace compliance requirements that present the greatest risk to employers. From affirmative action to wage and hour, and almost everything in between, this survey course taught by practicing labor and employment attorneys and policy analysts provides the information and tools you’ll need to quickly spot potential compliance issues and effectively minimize your risks of noncompliance.
NOTE: Participants must complete a 1-hour online orientation module in advance of attending the classroom portion of this course.
Designed for employer representatives who are responsible for managing fair employment compliance, this “online classroom” and self-paced course provides practical guidance on how to investigate and respond to a charge of unlawful harassment, discrimination, or retaliation filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or a state or local fair employment practices agency.
Through a combination of self-paced online modules, weekly one-hour web sessions, video clips, and online discussion forums, this program focuses on practical and proven steps for managing all phases of the charge investigation process, from initial receipt and response through final resolution or referral of the case to litigation.
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