OFCCP Releases New Web Page in Support of Section 503 Focused Reviews

In yet another signal the agency is serious about focused reviews, OFCCP added a web page to its sit...



Posted by Sonia Chapin, SPHR, SHRM-SCP on March 8 2019
Sonia Chapin, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

OFCCP Releases New web page Section 503In yet another signal the agency is serious about focused reviews, OFCCP added a web page to its site that compiles a number of resources related to IWDs. The new page offers ten different items, including the following:

  • The focused reviews directive, Section 503 revised scheduling letter, and the agency’s FAQs
  • A disability inclusion video, targeted to job seekers and employees, explaining why the IWD form is asking for the disclosure of a disability
  • A disability rights factsheet, which is a poster that can be included with other employee postings
  • A best practices document for creating an Inclusive workforce, with links to some programs at prominent employers
  • Section 503 regulations and resources, including technical assistance and the voluntary self-ID form
  • A reference document that explains to applicants and employees what to expect during the reasonable accommodation process
  • How to file a complaint under Section 503 and general OFCCP contact information.

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Contractors are standing by for the release of a new Corporate Scheduling Announcement List, and a subset of those establishments selected for review are likely to receive a 503 focused review letter. Be sure your AAP is in place and ready for OFCCP review—they are on the way!

Check out the new OFCCP web page here.

Sonia Chapin, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Sonia Chapin, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
As Managing Consultant for Berkshire, Sonia Chapin is responsible for the development and implementation of affirmative action planning.

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