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HudsonMann is pleased to announce this year’s Virtual Client Conference on October 17-18, 11:00am-4:30pm EDT. This in-depth conference will consist of 8 webinars conducted by industry leaders in the world of Affirmative Action Compliance. As a valued HudsonMann client, there is no charge for your attendance. See below for descriptions and registration.

There will be a door prize drawing at each session complete with a bag full of Charleston treats.
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Below you will find a breakdown of each session. The registration links are included in the descriptions. Because each session will be individually approved for credit (based on the length of the presentation) by HRCI and SHRM,  you will need to register for each session independently. This also allows you to custom-tailor your participation.  Feel free to call us with any questions about the conference or registration.  The conference is open to anyone within your organization, so be sure to invite your colleagues.

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[typography font=”TradeGothic” size=”20″ size_format=”px” color=”#000000″]A New OFCCP Era-Shakeups, Breakups and Mergers-Oh, My![/typography]

Tuesday October 17, 2017
11:00am-12:00pm

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Director of Corporate Communications
HudsonMann
2017 is a year of transition.  New leadership at the Department of Labor always involves a change in course for OFCCP.  In this session we’ll explore how these changes impact your organization and its compliance responsibilities.  With a focus on practical compliance solutions, we’ll put OFCCP’s direction in a historical perspective.  We’ll also look behind the scenes to gauge OFCCP’s focus areas under the Trump administration.

Learning objectives
– OFCCP Audit Trends
– Regulatory Agendas at the DOL
– What to expect in the new Fiscal Year
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[typography font=”TradeGothic” size=”20″ size_format=”px” color=”#000000″]Conducting an Internal Audit of Recruiting and Hiring Compliance[/typography]

Tuesday October 17, 2017
12:30pm-1:30pm

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Director, Client Services
HudsonMann

For Affirmative Action employers, the area of greatest potential liability is in recruiting and hiring practices. The overwhelming majority of financial remedies collected by OFCCP come from issues in the hiring process. While some of these remedies are from cases of actual discrimination, many are from a lack of proper procedures or documentation. This session will help you identify potential problem areas so that you can improve compliance and reduce your company’s liability.

Learning objectives
– Common pitfalls to avoid
– Recordkeeping requirements
– How to perform an adverse impact analysis
– Best practices for documentation and proof of compliance
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[typography font=”TradeGothic” size=”20″ size_format=”px” color=”#000000″]2017 Federal Labor Law Updates[/typography]

Tuesday October 17, 2017
2:00pm-2:30pm
[toggle title_open=”Close” title_closed=”Session details” hide=”yes” border=”yes” style=”default” excerpt_length=”0″ read_more_text=”Read More” read_less_text=”Read Less” include_excerpt_html=”no”]Todd Bromberg, Attorney
Wiley Rein, LLC
With a new administration in Washington, DC, we expect a number of changes to employment law to be prepared for.  Our DC insider at Wiley Rein LLP, attorney Todd Bromberg, will review the current legislative environment, new rulings and regulations that are already in effect, and those that are on the horizon.

Learning objectives
-Current legislative environment
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[typography font=”TradeGothic” size=”20″ size_format=”px” color=”#000000″]Getting Started with OFCCP Compliance Part 1[/typography]
Tuesday October 17, 2017
3:30pm-4:30pm
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Executive Account Manager
HudsonMann

Learn who is covered under current federal contractors’ guidelines (Code of Federal Regulations), the monetary threshold, and subcontractor reporting requirements. This course covers the requirements of Executive Order 11246 as it pertains to Affirmative Action and contractor reporting obligations. Students will have a chance to review their contractor status. This course includes an overview of all landmark laws as they apply to federal contractors and private employers. Students will have an opportunity to learn the history behind each law, arguments in Congress, and the effects on society today. A step-by-step tutorial gives an insider look into the laws which have influenced employment practices in the United States.

Learning objectives
– Affirmative Action truths and myths
– Landmark laws
– Manager’s reporting responsibilities

**Dont forget to register for Part 2**
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[typography font=”TradeGothic” size=”20″ size_format=”px” color=”#000000″]Fringe Benefits in a Competitive Environment – What a Federal Service Contractor Needs to Know[/typography]
Wednesday October 18, 2017
11:00am-12:00pm
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Taylor Boon, Chief Strategy Officer
The Boon Group
Service Contract Act regulations are present in more contracts each year. This will require contractors to sharpen their pencil when it comes to benefits. Federal services contractors will not only be required to be in compliance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA), but they will have to do it in a way that is compliant considering Service Contract Act regulations. This session will provide basic understanding of the regulations surrounding ACA and specific suggestions contractors should take to structure a plan to be compliant and competitive for years to come.

Learning objectives
-Basics of Service Contract Act and Fringe Benefits
-How should you utilize your Health & Welfare Fringe requirements?
-How to structure a compliant plan
-Develop a predictable cost model for fringe benefits [/toggle]
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[typography font=”TradeGothic” size=”20″ size_format=”px” color=”#000000″]Preparing for a
Pay Equity Audit[/typography]

Wednesday October 18, 2017
12:30pm-1:30pm
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Managing Partner
HudsonMann

The OFCCP has increased focus on pay equity in compliance reviews, routinely running in-depth analysis and requesting extensive interviews on compensation systems. This webinar will update federal contractors on these trends and provide case studies of recent pay audits. We will review methodologies for analyzing your pay systems for pay equity and discuss best practices in pay transparency.

Learning objectives
– Understand current regulatory environment for pay equity
– Review current methodologies for pay equity including cohort and regression analysis
– Review best practices in pay equity and pay transparency
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Wednesday October 18, 2017
2:00pm-3:00pm
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Sara Palughi, University Specialist II
iCIMS
As millennials now make up over half of all workers in the U.S., and 53 percent of hiring managers say that it’s difficult to find and retain millennial employees, companies must employ talent acquisition and talent management best practices to attract and hire top millennial candidates, as well as keep them engaged and loyal to the organization for the long term. In this webinar, iCIMS presents methods to successfully attract, hire, and retain top millennial employees.

Learning objectives
-Talent acquisition and management best practices
-Employee retention

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Compliance Part 2[/typography]

Wednesday October 18, 2017
3:30pm-4:30pm
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Executive Account Manager
HudsonMann

Navigate through the US Census reporting processes. Students will review current reporting practices and goals affecting their organization. They will take an in-depth look at understanding the numbers as they pertain to EEO Job Categories and availability. The Code of Federal Regulations (41 CFR 60) requires contractors to document outreach and positive recruitment activities. Examples are provided as possible solutions to fulfill requirements. Correct documentation is discussed. Discussion time for questions is allowed.

Learning objectives
– US Census, EEO job categories, and availability
– Outreach
– Recruitment documentation
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