by Ahmed Younies and Jacquelyn Peterson Published Monday, October 19, 2015 Duration – 15:00
Many employers approach being a federal contractor based on what they read or hear…enforcement, audit, penalties, etc. Ahmed Younies, President and CEO of HR Unlimited, Inc., shares his perspective on how employers should approach being a federal contractor and subcontractor, and it might surprise you.
In a move lauded by federal contractors, President Donald Trump signed a resolution into law today that blocks the “blacklisting” rule from taking effect. The rule would have required federal contractors to disclose allegations of misconduct, whether or not those allegations were proven or dismissed, going back for three years. Congress invoked the Congressional Review Act to block the rule
At the end of last week, the OFCCP began mailing Scheduling Letters to selected Federal Contractors. For the Contractors who received Courtesy Scheduling Announcement Letters previously, be prepared. Since the case load of Compliance Officers’ is currently more manageable, expect more comprehensive and longer audits.Remember! The OFCCP itself addressed on its website that A contractor establishment should not be scheduled for
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