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Training Schedule

D&CS Certification

Earn your D&CS Certificate by completing a five-part series of complimentary AAP webinars (A01-A04 plus elective webinars).

In order to be eligible for the series certification, you must attend the live webinars – make-up sessions/recordings are currently not available.

NOTE: This entire series will be held twice every year (Spring and Fall). 

*All classes quality for HRCI Credits.

Required Webinars

Elective Webinars

AAP A01 – Understanding AAP Requirements

 

April 5, 2017 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM PT
“Written AAP” is one of the top violations cited by the OFCCP, implying a great need for companies under the OFCCP’s jurisdiction to really get a handle on AAP creation. Part 1 is designed to overview the foundation of written affirmative action plans and their necessity, focusing primarily on the background and structure of an affirmative action plan.

*Qualifies for HRCI Credit

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AAP A02 – Organizational Profile and Job Group Analysis

 

April 12, 2017 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM PT
This webinar is designed to provide supply and service federal contractors with best practices for performing an Organizational Profile and Job Group Analysis.

*Qualifies for HRCI Credit

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AAP A03 – Determining Availability

April 19, 2017 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM PT
The webinar discusses the two factors federal contractors are required to consider in determining availability as well as typical data used when calculating availability.

*Qualifies for HRCI Credit

 

AAP A04 – Good Faith Efforts

 

May 3, 2017 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM PT

The webinar will discuss how a company can determine existence of a potential gap in their actual hiring relative to availability of the protected groups, and how to take corrective actions through ‘good faith efforts (GFE)’ in their talent acquisition process. Details of such GFE will be covered with details of how to attract, reach and manage candidate flow of the gap areas, and how to maintain records of such GFE for successful OFCCP audits.

*Qualifies for HRCI Credit

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RECORDKEEPING R01 – Maintaining Applicant Flow Data

 

May 10, 2017 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM PT
This webinar is designed to discuss maintaining applicant flow data, both for the Internet applicant and traditional applicant definitions. The presentation will cover the maintenance of employment records in paper and electronic format as well as accessibility of online systems.

*Qualifies for HRCI Credit

 

 

 

COMPENSATION P01 – Analyzing for Compensation Data

 

May 17, 2017 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM PT
This webinar is designed to address compensation regulations and enforcement. It also discusses case laws and related settlements, along with the best practices to mitigate risk of pay disparities.

*Qualifies for HRCI Credit

 

 

Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces or “Blacklisting”: EO 13673

December 14, 2016 at 10:30am PT / 1:30pm ET

Back in July, 2014, President Obama signed Executive Order 13673, also known as the Fair and Safe Workplaces Executive Order. It is a comprehensive Order aimed at ensuring federal contractors’ compliance with fourteen—federal labor laws, along with their state counterparts. Now, two years later, the Federal Acquisition Regulatory (FAR) Council and the United States Department of Labor have published final rules implementing the EO 13673.

The stated objective of the Executive Order and the implementing rules is to ensure that federal government agencies contract with “responsible” contractors. In other words, contractors subject to the Executive Order can face serious consequences, including loss of federal government contracts if they do not comply with the fourteen labor laws.

*Qualifies for HRCI Credit

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Changes are Here! Complying with New Pay Regulations for Federal Contractors

Federal contractors have been and will continue to be affected by numerous new regulations related to paying their employees.  Make sure you stay up-to-date on the changes!  This  webinar will cover not only the new regulations related to overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act, but also new regulations related to pay transparency, pay secrecy, and sick leave.  We will also cover the revisions to the EEO-1, which will require the inclusion of pay information for 2017.

*Qualifies for HRCI Credit

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Addition of Pay Data to Annual EEO-1 Reporting

The proposed revision to the Employer Information Report (EEO-1) includes the collection of pay data from employers, including federal contractors, with more than 100 employees. According to the EEOC, the purpose of the collection of pay data is to identify possible pay discrimination and assist employers in promoting equal pay in their workplaces. This webinar will discuss the pros and cons of the proposed method to collect the pay data and more.

*Qualifies for HRCI Credit

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Background Checks

Featured Co-Presenter: Janette Levey Frisch, Esq. of The EmpLAWyerologist Firm

Background checks, used correctly, are an invaluable tool for ensuring a safe, reliable workforce –and avoiding negligent hiring liability. At the same time, the use of criminal background checks in the hiring process is creating an increasing exposure to liability. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is aggressively pursuing this issue to ensure the practice does not have a disparate impact on minority applicants. Plaintiffs’ class action attorneys are pursuing employers nationwide for failing to conform their background check process to the dictates and protections of the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). Finally, state and local governments continue to pass laws limiting how and when employers may inquire about applicants’ criminal histories and how they may use that information.

This webinar will highlight lessons learned in the trenches, and give insights on how to properly handle the sensitive use of criminal background check information. While you might be tempted to stop using criminal background checks as part of your hiring process, that too puts you at risk of legal liability. What’s an employer to do?

*Qualifies for HRCI Credit

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Workplace Violence – Prepare Now!

Workplace Violence and Active Shooter events are on the rise in America and they can happen anywhere at any time, no matter how large or small a city of company is.  Understanding recognition of the warning signs, prevention and appropriate reaction to an actual event is no longer a side note to organizational security but a responsibility of companies to their employees and patrons.  This webinar will cover basic tips to recognize potentially violent events, and how to prevent and react to it if it happens.

*Qualifies for HRCI Credit

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