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Here you will find valuable information on affirmative action, compensation, and applicant tracking. 

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OFCCP Revises Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Posting

Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has updated the required posting that federal contractors and subcontractors must use to notify applicants and employees of their right to discuss wages. The notice requirements apply to federal contracts and subcontracts that are covered by Executive Order 11246 and entered into or modified on or after...

Lessons Learned from OFCCP FY 2016 Conciliation Agreements

Lessons Learned from OFCCP FY 2016 Conciliation Agreements without Press Releases

In FY 2016, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) quietly settled twelve compliance reviews without a press release. This is unusual. Historically, OFCCP publishes a press release with each conciliation agreement. If you missed reading about these resolutions, you missed out on some valuable lessons.

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Steering—Applicants, Hiring, and More

There has been much talk recently about Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) and steering, and for a good reason. Steering is an employment practice that directs a certain subgroup toward a specific set of jobs, often positions with lower pay or fewer opportunities...Read more

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Browse around and pick a webinar topic of interest. You won’t be disappointed. 

Berkshire’s webinars are always informative and full of practical advice. You have the benefit of getting advice and recommendations from some of the foremost leaders in affirmative action, applicant tracking, compensation, and an array of other human resources topics.

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Strategically Managing Applicant Data: How to Make the Most of Your Recruitment Efforts

Tracking applicant data is an important component of compliance with affirmative action requirements. Not only is it required, but if done strategically, can provide insight to your company’s hiring practices and mitigate risks. Read more. 

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Look below to find HR events and speaking engagements

In an effort to keep HR professionals abreast of changing affirmative action, applicant tracking, and pay equity employment requirements, Berkshire participates in a number of industry events year round.