HR Competencies

  • ​HR Expertise

 

Government contractors and subcontractors with at least 50 employees and contracts in excess of $50,000, along with financial institutions, need to develop and maintain a compliant affirmative action plan. This class will teach you how to interpret and maintain a compliant Affirmative Action Program. Recent changes to Affirmative Action Regulations and current OFCCP trends make this a critical, often overlooked area of compliance.

Overview

  • AAP Fundamentals

  • Who is required to have a plan?
    • Definition of terms
    • Compliance requirements
    • Parent/subsidiary issues
    • Internet Applicant Rule
    •  Problem areas
    •  Goals and timetables
    •  Action-oriented programs
    •  Compliance Reviews

  • Program Ingredients
    • Workforce analysis
    • Job group analysis
    • Availability Analysis
    • Adverse Impact Analysis
    • Compensation Analysis
    • Veteran’s AAP
    • Individuals with Disabilities AAP

Who Should Attend

EEO managers, human resources professionals, and all managers responsible for compliance. This program is recommended for new AAP/EEO Coordinators and those seeking a review of basic Affirmative Action principles. The program is not applicable for construction companies.

Facilitator

Employers Council staff

 

This class currently counts toward the 15-hour Business requirement for SPHR recertification.

 

Credits

1.30 Continuing Education Units
9.75 HRCI-Business
9.75 SHRM-PDC
Course ID #LEGL103



Class Details

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