OFCCP rescinds prior compensation Directive and issues 3 new Directives

More breaking news from the OFCCP!

The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs issued three Directives on Friday (August 24). The first rescinds the Obama Administration’s Directive on investigating compensation practices. The second describes an initiative for recognizing contractors with superior compliance programs, and the third explains that contractors will soon need to annually certify that written affirmative action plans have been prepared.

For a full description of the new Directives, see our Affirmative Action Alert.

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Our Affirmative Action Alert blog focuses on the latest news and topics affecting federal contractors and subcontractors and their compliance with affirmative action and other employment-related laws and regulations.  With breaking news, quick updates, and headlines on the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs and affirmative action issues, this blog is a great resource for in-house counsel, HR managers, and other compliance professionals.  Our blog is a companion to Constangy’s Affirmative Action newsletters, which address significant legislative, regulatory, and administrative proposals and changes.  Subscribe to both to stay current on these important topics!

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