Do you have a minimum of 50 employees and are conducting business with the federal government as a prime or subcontractor? Then you are most likely required by the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL’s) Office of Federal Contracts Compliance Program (OFCCP) to have an affirmative action program in place.
HRC helps our clients protect themselves from what can be crippling OFCCP non-compliance issues when it comes to your affirmative action programs. One of the most important aspects of OFCCP compliance is to have a written Affirmative Action Plan (AAP) on file, implemented, and updated annually.
Developing and updating your AAP can be a long and daunting task, not to mention that inaccuracies in your data if audited by the OFCCP can have a tremendous impact on your operations. HRC takes this burden from our clients and provides affordable plan development, annual updates, and guidance needed to meet federal regulations.
HRC develops our clients’ AAPs to reflect OFCCP requirements, including the following four major areas:
- Establishment of responsibilities for implementation of the AAP
- Identification of problem areas through statistical analyses of the company’s workforce
- Development of action-oriented programs designed to correct any problem areas found
- Implementation of internal audit and reporting systems that can be used to periodically measure the effectiveness of the total affirmative action program.
If audited by the OFCCP, HRC’s AAP clients are in good hands! HRC assists with the development of OFCCP requested responses which can be quite overwhelming if you’re staff are limited and/or less experienced.
Contact HRC today to alleviate the action needed for affirmative action!