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OFCCP Changes - What They Mean For Your Policies

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In recent months, the OFCCP has been very busy. The shift from Active Case Management to Active Case Enforcement, the new CSAL Scheduling letters, the proposed rescission of the Compensation Standards and Guidelines, the publication of the proposed revisions to VEVRRA regulations, the promise of more inter-agency cooperation, and the Plan-Prevent-Protect enforcement strategy all have major implications for the way in which federal contractors and subcontractors conduct their day to day operations.

To help keep you up to date on these regulatory changes and figure out what they mean for you, The Proactive Employer Podcast will focus on OFCCP issues during the month of June. We've got some great podcast installments lined up.

On Friday, 6/3, Cathleen Hampton will be joining us to talk about how these changes affect your policies and procedures (you'll remember Cathleen from her appearance last October on designing performance management systems that work). She'll be giving an overview of recent developments at the OFCCP, and talking about how all these changes tie back in to your policies and procedures.

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