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  The OFCCP Digest Volume 6, Issue 1
by Local JobNetwork™ - Jan, 2016
Happy 2016 Thank you for taking the time recently to complete The OFCCP Digest survey. We are reviewing your thoughtful comments and plan to introduce small changes based on your feedback in upcoming months....
 
  Tips for Compliant Interview Processes and Documentation
by Carmen Couden, Esq. - Jan, 2016
Most federal contractors are aware that they are required to keep records related to the application and hiring process for up to two years after the record is created or the related personnel action (e.g., the filling of the job) occurs. (Contractors with fewer than 150 employees or a contract of less than $150,000 must only retain such records for one year.) However, some contractors are unaware that the applicable...
 
  Don't Let Your Temporary Staffing Become a Permanent Headache
by Cara Crotty, Esq. - Jan, 2016
Many federal contractors use outside staffing agencies to fulfill the labor demands of their workplaces � whether it is temporary staffing or recruiters for regular employees. While a valid and useful way to staff an organization, this practice can present several challenges for federal contractors who must comply with various recordkeeping requirements. The OFCCP�s regulations do not directly address this practi...
 
  How to Properly Manage Evergreen Jobs to Limit Liability
by Debra Milstein Gardner - Jan, 2016
Do evergreen job requisitions need to be handled differently than other requisitions? The quick answer is No with the caveat of having a compliant recruiting, applicant tracking and selection process. First, it would be useful to determine if evergreen jobs are really that different from other open positions. To ensure that we are on the same page with the terms, here is how I define the two types of positions f...
 
  What’s New from the OFCCP?
by Carla Irwin, Esq. - Jan, 2016
Well a lot. So much has happened that I will skip my usual lengthy yet insightful prose for short, sweet and to the point. Enjoy! Pay Transparency The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) issued a final rule implementing Executive Order 13665 promoting pay transparency, which took effect January 11, 2016. The rule prohibits federal contractors and subcontractors from discriminating against...
 
  "Tell me about yourself" How to Craft the Perfect Answer To this Inevitable Job Search Question
by Michelle Dumas - Jan, 2016
So you’ve finally been called to interview for that job you’re dying to get. Or maybe you have an informational interview lined up or will be attending a networking event next week. You’ve researched the industry, the company, confirmed that your references will provide glowing recommendations, and prepared a list of questions you’ll ask when given the opportunity. Important as all those things are, success is likely...
 
  It's Not About You: What You Really Need To Know About Your Personal Brand
by Lindsey Pollak - Jan, 2016
In 1997, business guru Tom Peters wrote an article for Fast Company, “The Brand Called You.” The timing for this revolutionary concept was especially powerful for me, as a recent college graduate just beginning my career. Now, I know the phrase “personal brand” can turn some people off (much like the word “networking.”) If it sounds too salesy or buzzwordy to you, I totally understand; all we’re talking about it is the con...
 
  9 Tips for Hi-Po's to Start Their Careers Off Right!
by Marshall Goldsmith - Jan, 2016
First, it’s tough out there and it is probably only going to get tougher. Job security is a thing of the past. The days of the “company man (or woman)” are gone. Like it or not, even if you start out in a large corporation, you need to think like an entrepreneur. Why I realize we cannot all be entrepreneurial in the sense that we can’t all start our own companies, I believe we can all be entrepreneurial in terms of how we a...
 
  Beyond Perks: These Companies Are Getting Creative To Keep Millennials On Board
by Lindsey Pollak - Jan, 2016
For a long time, the conversation about attracting and retaining millennial employees focused on perks. Over the past few years, companies have realized that creating a millennial-friendly environment doesn’t just mean video games and free granola bars. Employers are making significant strides in offering benefits that are important to millennials, from open offices to flexible work schedules to time off for volunteering. I...
 
  How To Use Social Media In Your Recruiting With 3 Easy Steps
by Alexandra Levit - Jan, 2016
Social media can be a terrific recruiting tool, but only if you understand your audience and the laws that formally and informally govern networks. Most organizations have figured out by now that blasting generic job postings over Twitter doesn’t generate much targeted interest. The better approach requires a bit more legwork but is certainly worth it in the end. Locate where your targets already hang out Most organizati...
 
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