Hidden Talent Pools and OFCCP Regulations
17 June, 2014 | (01 hr)
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Eighty percent of recent survey respondents plan to make changes to their veteran and disability employment programs in response to the new OFCCP regulations. However, less than one-third of respondents fully understand the VEVRAA regulations and only about 40 percent fully understand the Section 503 regulations. Aimed at helping federal contractors and non-federal contractors improve the effectiveness of their disability and veteran programs, this webcast explores the actions taken by some employers in response to the OFCCP regulatory changes, including planned improvements and important areas of focus. Recommendations, solutions, and case studies will also be highlighted.
Who should attend: D&I and HR practitioners responsible for diversity, disability, and veterans initiatives.
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