What will happen to affirmative action under the Trump administration? With all of the political turmoil in the news, employers with federal contracts and subcontracts are wondering what to expect from the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).
If you, your customers, or your suppliers have contracts with the federal government, then you may have affirmative action obligations. Join us for a complimentary webinar on May 23, where we’ll review developments so far, discuss past experience under other Republican administrations, and outline expectations going forward. We’ll then recommend where to focus your compliance efforts while we await official policy announcements in the affirmative action arena.
Are You a Covered Federal Contractor?
The rules are different depending on the type of contract (supply, service, or construction). We’ll explain the differences, but if you need help assessing whether this webinar would be relevant to your organization, you’re welcome to contact our presenter, Karen Davis, in advance.
The Webinar is Complimentary
This webinar is complimentary, but you must register to attend. Register online or by contacting Julie Holser. If you are unable to attend but would like us to send you a link to the recorded webinar after it takes place, please contact Julie with your name, company name, and email address.
Your Presenter: Karen Davis, Senior Employment Attorney at Vigilant
Karen manages Vigilant’s affirmative action services, and is actively involved in the Northwest Industry Liaison Group (NWILG), a Seattle-based business group that facilitates communication between contractors and the federal agencies that enforce affirmative action and equal employment opportunity. She is a past Chairperson and Secretary of the NWILG. She is an employment attorney and has been advising Vigilant employers on employment law for over 20 years. Karen is a member of the Oregon State Bar.
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