RSVP today and attend the Arkansas ILG 2019 Summer Program and Meeting where speaker, Beth Ronnenburg, President of Berkshire will present two topics: “Current State of OFCCP Audits: Tips and Strategies,” and “Individuals with Disabilities Compliance and Focused Reviews: The Game Changer” on Wednesday, June 12. In the first presentation she will discuss the OFCCP directives and how they impact compliance reviews. Beth will also provide practical tips on how contractors can prepare for and manage a successful outcome of their audit.
Register and attend the New England ILG Spring Programwhere Berkshire’s Senior HR Consultant, Rachel Rubino will be speaking on Current OFCCP Audit Trends on Wednesday, May 22, 2019. Rachel will discuss the various directives released by OFCCP over the past year, and how we are seeing these directives play out in audits. She will also review how contractors should be preparing for potential Section 503 focused reviews, as well as for the increased focus on Section 503 and VEVRAA compliance in regular audits.
Due in part to many new directives, a lot has happened at OFCCP since Director Craig Leen took over in August. Join us for this free webinar hosted by Berkshire Associates and LocalJobNetwork, as Lynn Clements, Director of Regulatory Affairs, shares insights on the 2018 directives issued, how the new directives are impacting contractors, and what contractors can expect during upcoming audits.
What do you do when faced with applicant data challenges? Beth Ronnenburg, President of Berkshire, will present real-life scenarios related to managing unusual or challenging applicant situations to participants in an interactive presentation Inspired by the popular television series, “What Would You Do?” At the North Texas ILG meeting on Thursday, November 15, 2018, Beth will explore the different ways of managing situations such as evergreen requisitions, working with temporary staffing agencies, or using data management techniques.
2018 ILG National Conference from July 31-August 3 in Anaheim, CA. This year Berkshire is coming to Anaheim with the latest in compliance updates and strategies. Be sure to attend these great workshops featuring Berkshire’s very own:
Make your way to Berkshire Associates’ booth #1814 at the SHRM 2018 Annual Exposition & Conference from June 17- 20 in Chicago, IL. This annual conference offers HR professionals a fun and engaging educational experience. SHRM’s speakers, discuss the many challenges HR professional are currently facing and provide them with practical and ready to implement solutions.
Lynn Clements, Berkshire’s Director of Regulatory Affairs, will share insight on the increasing use of alternative employment relationships such as freelance, contingent, on-call, and temporary workers—otherwise known as the ‘gig’ economy—on May 8 at the Kansas City ILG meeting.
Beth Ronnenburg, President of Berkshire Associates, will report on the increasing use of alternative employment relationships such as freelance, contingent, on-call, and temporary workers—otherwise known as the “gig economy”—with Minnesota Affirmative Action Compliance Council (MAACC) members during the March 15 meeting.
Register today for this webinar hosted by CUPA-HR, as Lynn Clements, Berkshire’s Director of Regulatory Affairs and former EEOC and OFCCP official, as she addresses the increase in sexual harassment and pay equity claims affecting the workplace. As a result of the increased claims, movements such as #MeToo and #TimesUp are shining a spotlight on how employers handle gender equality in the workplace.