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  The OFCCP Digest Volume 4, Issue 9
by Local JobNetwork™ - Sep, 2014
Volume 4, Issue 9 Not Just New But Improved: OFCCP’s Expectations for the New Regulations by Melissa Speer and Bradley Anderson What a difference a year makes! This time last year, there was some concern and anxiety in the contractor community about the impact of proposed...
 
  What Employers and Marketers Have Wrong About Millennials
by Lindsey Pollak - Sep, 2014
Millennials have been in the workforce for well over a decade and over the years employers — and society in general — have developed a lot of complaints about them. In my work, though, I’ve found Millennials have a lot of positive qualities and aren’t as different as many people like to think. This week, I found some great articles about what employers, marketers and society as a whole have wrong about Millennials. Read...
 
  What to Do If Your New Job Isn’t What You Expected
by Alexandra Levit - Sep, 2014
According to a new survey by staffing firm Robert Half, 41 percent of workers said the role they accepted at a company was different than what had been outlined to them during the interview process. If you find yourself in this situation, what’s the most productive way forward? To gain insights into this unfortunately common scenario, I tapped Paul McDonald, senior executive director at Robert Half. Paul, from the comp...
 
  Dazed & Confused: What’s a Federal Contractor To Do?
by Cara Crotty, Esq. - Sep, 2014
A hypothetical conversation with a frustrated and overwhelmed federal contractor Dear Cara: I work in human resources for a federal contractor, and I keep reading about President Obama’s executive actions directed towards federal contractors. We have a very small legal department in our company, and we are having a difficult time keeping track of all these new requirements. Can you please help us?!? Dazed &...
 
  New OFCCP Directive on Transgender and Gender Identity Status
by Sandra Zeigler, Esq. - Sep, 2014
On August 19, 2014, OFCCP finally issued a Directive on Gender Identity and Sex Discrimination that clearly acknowledged that gender discrimination under Executive Order 11246 covers discrimination on the basis of transgender and gender identity status. Regular readers of this column may recall my January 2014 article in which I reported a headline from a December 4, 2013 Buzzfeed.com post that read, "Federal Official Refuses...
 
  Not Just New But Improved: OFCCP’s Expectations for the New Regulations
by Bradley Anderson - Sep, 2014
What a difference a year makes! This time last year, there was some concern and anxiety in the contractor community about the impact of proposed new Section 503 and VEVRAA regulations. Although there are still concerns out there, we noticed a positive change in the air about the regulations at this year’s National Industry Liaison Group (NILG) annual conference. Yes there are still some issues to work through and we acknowl...
 
  Not Just New But Improved: OFCCP’s Expectations for the New Regulations
by Melissa Speer - Sep, 2014
What a difference a year makes! This time last year, there was some concern and anxiety in the contractor community about the impact of proposed new Section 503 and VEVRAA regulations. Although there are still concerns out there, we noticed a positive change in the air about the regulations at this year’s National Industry Liaison Group (NILG) annual conference. Yes there are still some issues to work through and we acknowl...
 
  Technology: Affirmative Action Compliance Friend or Foe (Part 1)
by Carla Irwin, Esq. - Sep, 2014
Data is the foundation and a necessity to all things AA compliance. It can be something you get easily or it can become the bane of your AA existence. What is the difference between getting that data easily and it becoming a struggle? Technology. Now I don’t mean you have to have cutting edge systems with all the bells and whistles, but you must understand the capabilities of the systems you do have and create processes for...
 
  Help Me, Help You!
by Rowe Leathers - Sep, 2014
Applying for a new job is sometimes a necessary evil, with candidates often finding themselves overwhelmed with job descriptions, resumes, and cover letters. While the process of applying and interviewing for jobs may be daunting for candidates, take a moment and consider the process from the point of view of recruiters and hiring managers. A single vacancy announcement can receive hundreds of resumes, which in turn, must b...
 
  How to Utilize Similarities Between House Shopping and Job Hunting
by Jessica Stasiw - Sep, 2014
Having your house listed is similar to animal visitations at the zoo. There is a consistent parade of strangers coming in and out of your dwelling, touching your things, critiquing where you live, and tracking in dirt. My house was recently listed and while I went through the experience I had to in turn look for a new place to live. We are still currently on the hunt for the right house, and let me say there have been some mis...
 
  Overcome Executive Job Search Challenges – Baby Boomers
by Louise Garver - Sep, 2014
Executive Baby Boomers – and you know who you are if born between 1946 and 1964 – are one of the largest generations moving through and out of the workforce today. The last of the boomers will turn 65 by 2029. If you’re a Baby Boomer and not ready to retire or are thinking about a career change, consider what you may encounter while searching for your next job. Younger Competition You will more than likely be competin...
 
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