EEAC designed this 1-day course for EEO specialists and in-house counsel who are responsible for monitoring their company’s affirmative action plans or who oversee the monitoring of affirmative action plans by a third party. The course focuses on describing common violations identified during an audit by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), potential sanctions that could be imposed by OFCCP, and effective tactics to address the violations before they become problems. Our experienced facilitators also provide guidance on how to:
- Respond appropriately to the receipt of an OFCCP scheduling letter,
- Prepare desk audit submissions that serve to minimize findings of noncompliance,
- Response appropriately to requests for additional data and onsite visits, and
- Negotiate the most favorable closeout document possible
EEAC designed this 2-day course for equal employment opportunity specialists and in-house counsel who are responsible for developing and implementing their company’s affirmative action plans (AAPs) or who oversee the development and implementation of affirmative action plans by a third party. The course provides a detailed explanation of all aspects of designing, developing, and implementing compliance programs and plans.
Participants will learn to develop AAPs for women and minorities and individuals with disabilities and protected veterans that conform to current regulatory requirements.
Our experienced facilitators engage participants in activities that help them to identify the components of an AAP, including:
- Collecting and analyzing statistical data;
- Writing effective narrative descriptions; and
- Documenting ongoing good faith efforts during the AAP year.
Recently updated, EEAC's EEO Resource Manual is an all-
inclusive treatise on the equal employment
opportunity/affirmative action laws and regulations
that impact the employment relationship. CD format.
This 2-day program focuses on conducting self-analyses
for potential compensation discrimination under
federal law. The program also addresses the
compensation analyses required under OFCCP's
regulations and strategies for managing an OFCCP audit.
This 5-day program covers basic EEO laws, responding
to charges of discrimination, and developing and
defending affirmative action programs in an intense 1-
week session, offering a unique and cost-effective
training opportunity for HR professionals.
This comprehensive three-day training course is
designed to provide new human resources generalists,
EEO/AA specialists, and employment lawyers with a
practical understanding of the fundamental principles
and requirements of EEO laws.
This 2-day course focuses on handling discrimination
charges filed with federal and state EEO agencies,
including assessing the charge, conducting the
investigation, interviewing witnesses, preparing a
position statement, and final resolution.
This new, state-of-the art training/meeting facility
is located in downtown Washington DC three blocks from
the Metro. Includes break room, LCD projector, plasma
TV, and Smart Board. Hourly or daily rental. Major
hotels nearby. Seats 30 classroom.
Suite 400, 1501 M Street, NW Washington,