- Tuesday, September 11 at 10am PST | Directive 2018-05–Making Compensation Audits Officially More Difficult
With the rescission of DIR 2013-3 (aka DIR 307), many federal contractors rejoiced. That celebration may be premature now that OFCCP has formally adopted DIR 2018-05 as the new procedures for compensation compliance. The language in DIR 2018-05 seems benign and does not make obvious sense unless you have engaged the OFCCP in actual compensation audits. Join us as we apply our extensive audit support experience into translating what DIR 2018-05 may look like for compensation audits moving forward. Hint: it’s not pretty.
- Wednesday, September 12 at 10am PST | Review 2018 OFCCP Enforcement/Class Member Locator Decisions/Solutions to Audit Readiness
This webinar is designed to cover three topics that fall under a common theme of OFCCP audits. The webinar will review trends and features of OFCCP audits, so far in 2018. The webinar will look at any new areas of focus (such as Adverse Impact and Compensation), those that have remained the same, and provide insight into whether the OFCCP is moving in a new direction under the new administration.
The OFCCP Class Member Locator tool was launched in late 2015 with the aim of raising public awareness of a Federal Contractors’ violations, as well as helping those that were impacted in the form of potential damages. We take a look at the impact for both the employee and Contractor under the new system.
Additionally, the webinar will review some best practices to prepare companies for OFCCP audits in 2018, and into 2019.
- Tuesday, September 18 at 8am PST | Special Issues for Academic Institutions
Have you ever tried to fit a square peg in a round hole? Higher education federal contractors have been doing this for years, but help is on the way. If you work in an academic environment, you are familiar with the areas in which compliance with OFCCP regulations present a challenge. This webinar will identify the most significant compliance issues and provide guidance in addressing them.
- Background on Academic Issues Group
- Transactions and Compensation
- Issues of Inclusion
- Live Q&A (last 30 minutes)