FAQ for Executive Order 13950 Now Available on OFCCP Website

Following the issuance of Executive Order 13950 “Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping”, the Office of...

Posted by Kristen N. Johnson, MS, MBA, SHRM-SCP on October 8 2020
Kristen N. Johnson, MS, MBA, SHRM-SCP

FAQ for Executive Order 13950 Now Available on OFCCP WebsiteFollowing the issuance of Executive Order 13950 “Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping”, the Office of Federal Contractor Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has created a FAQ page on their website. The Order, issued by President Trump on September 22nd, 2020, establishes the policy of the United States “not to promote race or sex stereotyping or scapegoating” and prohibits federal contractors from inculcating such views in their employees in workplace diversity and inclusion trainings.

The FAQs outline the effective dates for the order and provides examples of race and sex stereotyping and scapegoating.   The FAQs also address providing “unconscious bias” or “implicit bias” training by federal contractors and explains further the complaint process available to employees.

For additional information about Executive Order 13950, refer to our previous blogs:

https://www.berkshireassociates.com/blog/new-executive-order-bans-certain-workplace-trainings-by-federal-contractors

https://www.berkshireassociates.com/blog/ofccp-complaint-hotline-to-combat-race-and-sex-stereotyping

Kristen N. Johnson, MS, MBA, SHRM-SCP
Kristen N. Johnson, MS, MBA, SHRM-SCP
As an HR Consultant at Berkshire Associates Inc., Kristen Johnson has over 15 years of Human Resources experience supporting small and large organizations.

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