EEAC designed this 1-day course for EEO specialists and in-house counsel who are responsible for monitoring their company’s affirmative action plans or who oversee the monitoring of affirmative action plans by a third party. The course focuses on describing common violations identified during an audit by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), potential sanctions that could be imposed by OFCCP, and effective tactics to address the violations before they become problems. Our experienced facilitators also provide guidance on how to:
- Respond appropriately to the receipt of an OFCCP scheduling letter,
- Prepare desk audit submissions that serve to minimize findings of noncompliance,
- Response appropriately to requests for additional data and onsite visits, and
- Negotiate the most favorable closeout document possible
The course starts at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 5:30 p.m.
Participants should bring a laptop or tablet devise (along with a power cord) in order to access material from EEAC’s learning management system during the course. EEAC offers free Wi-Fi and power outlets in the classroom.
This course qualifies for recertification credit from the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).
EEAC provides continental breakfast and lunch each day of the course. Please contact us in advance if you have any dietary restrictions.
This course is held at the EEAC Training Center, located in downtown Washington, DC, 1501 M Street, NW, Suite 400; just three blocks from the McPherson Square/White House Metro station. Participants are responsible for making their own travel and hotel reservations. Check the hotel list for nearby hotels.
EEAC’s courses are designed to encourage candid questions and comments among participants, so the use of any type of recording device is not permitted. If you need auxiliary aids or services to participate in the course due to a disability, please contact us prior to the first day of the course.
April 6 2017
July 20 2017
Nov 9 2017
If the seminar you wish to register for is filled, you may call
EEAC's program line (202-629-5655) and request to be placed on
the waiting list.