Understanding Federal Contractor Compliance Under the OFCCPs Section 503 Regulations
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Understanding Federal Contractor Compliance Under the OFCCPs Section 503 Regulations

This program's distinguished panel will provide an overview of the key changes under the new Section 503 regulations. Topics discussed include:
  • Effective date of regulations
  • Collecting disability status data
  • Best practices for hiring individuals with disabilities
  • Hiring data collection and analysis requirements
  • The utilization goal
  • Effective outreach and recruitment efforts
  • Whats not in the final rule
Understanding Federal Contractor Compliance Under the OFCCPs Section 503 Regulations
Product Code: CET13UFCCDR
Faculty: Lynn Clements, T. Scott Kelly, Hon. Katherine McCary
Recording Date: November 22, 2013
Page Count: 26
Running Time: 90 minutes
Credit Hours: 1.5
Ethics Hours: 0
Sponsoring Entities: Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, Center for Professional Development, Commission on Disability Rights, Section of Labor and Employment Law, Section of Public Contract Law, Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division, Section of State and Local Government Law
Topics: Disability Law, Employee Benefits, Labor & Employment Law
Format: CD - CET13UFCCDR
Other Formats: Online Course - CET13UFCOLC Audio Download - CET13UFCAUD
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Description

The Office of Federal Contractor Compliance Programs regulations under Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act prohibit covered federal contractors from discriminating against otherwise qualified individuals with disabilities and requires them to take affirmative action to recruit, hire, promote, and retain these individuals.

This program discusses the key changes in the revised Section 503 regulations, providing strategies and best practices contractors can use to comply with the regulations and improve their recruitment and retention of qualified workers with disabilities. Topics addressed include:
  • Effective date of regulations
  • Collecting disability status data
  • Best practices for hiring individuals with disabilities
  • Hiring data collection and analysis requirements
  • Utilization goal
  • Effective outreach and recruitment efforts
  • Reasonable accommodations
  • Whats not in the final rule
This audio CD-ROM includes full program audio and PDF course materials.
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