While no one loves an audit, it’s important to remember why OFCCP compliance matters to your organization — and it’s even more important to get it right.
Spoiler alert: Federal contractors and subcontractors must comply with OFCCP (oh, right—that's the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs to you and I) standards. If your company does business with the government and your contract is worth more than $10,000, then you're required to provide basic nondiscrimination and equal employment opportunity requirements
If that’s you, this guide will help you take a good look at the documentation you’ll need to have in order for a seamless and successful compliance audit. Whether you’re a first-time federal contractor or are just ready for a refresher, our checklist can help you prep for a pain-free OFCCP audit.
Download the guide to:
- Find out if you’re subject to an OFCCP audit
- Get an overview of the info involved
- Learn about the 3 core compliance areas
- Get a list of the documentation you’ll need
What are you waiting for? Sign up today and make your next OFCCP audit the easiest yet!
PS, just because we like you: If your company employs over 15 people and has a federal contract worth more than $10,000, then the federal government requires your company to develop one or more written affirmative action programs, as well.
Here are a few sample written programs from the Department of Labor that will help you to comply with OFCCP regulations from that side.
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