A Morning With National AAP/OFCCP Expert Chris Lindholm:
Compliance Basics/Strategies and A Look At The New Administration
Vice President, Compliance
OutSolve “Effective Affirmative Action”
||Thursday, January 26, 2017
8:00AM breakfast; 8:30-10:30AM program
||Multnomah Athletic Club, 1849 SW Salmon St, Portland
||$55 OSWILG Members; $70 Nonmembers
||A certificate of attendance will be provided
||On or before January 23, 2017. Register online (www.oswilg.org), by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or by calling (971.202.2053).
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National AAP/OFCCP Expert Chris Lindholm will lead a discussion with two major parts.
Part I: Compliance Review – Walk through of our checklist to make sure you are audit ready.
Everyone needs an action plan to make EEO/AA compliance manageable. To assist in preparation of action plans, OutSolve uses a checklist of key areas on which contractors need to focus in order to have comprehensive Affirmative Action compliance. OutSolve will review the checklist and help to clear up some of the grey areas that often cause contractors to struggle.
Part II: The New Administration – With a likely shift in compliance expectations, we consider how the past helps predict the future.
Every new presidential administration brings new OFCCP leadership and plenty of angst in the federal contractor community regarding change. This change in administration will be no different and is expected to shift from the compliance priorities of the Obama Administration. OutSolve will look at the past and merge it with current activities to help provide some direction for future efforts in Affirmative Action Planning including, among other things, discussion on Executive Orders, EEO-1 reporting, compensation, and outreach.
About the presenter:
Chris Lindholm and two colleagues founded OutSolve in 1998 with the goal of providing exceptional service to Federal contractors, large and small (www.outsolve.com). Chris has been in involved in affirmative action planning since 1997, managing EEO/AA consultants, overseeing software development and assisting customers through OFCCP audit support, training and EEO compliance, including implementation of Federal AAPs for thousands of federal contractors. Chris, who is the former chair of the Tri-Chapter Industry Liaison Group in northern California, has established himself as an industry leader by conducting training webinars, speaking at the National ILG conference and authoring hundreds of blogs and articles on EEO/Affirmative Action topics.