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Developing a Strategic Applicant Tracking Process

Presenter: Lynn Clements
Director of Regulatory Affairs, Berkshire Associates
Date/Time: September 20, 2016 – 8:00AM breakfast, 8:30-10:30AM program
Location: Multnomah Athletic Club, 1849 SW Salmon St, Portland
Cost: $55 OSWILG Members; $70 Nonmembers
HRCI: A certificate of attendance will be provided
CLE: Pending approval
Register: On or before September 16, 2016. Register online (www.oswilg.org), by email (oswilg@outlook.com), or by calling (971.202.2053).  Credit card payments are accepted on our website.
Tracking applicant data is an important component of compliance with federal affirmative action requirements. Not only is it required, but if done strategically, it can provide valuable insight into your company’s hiring practices and help mitigate compliance risks. With the latest applicant tracking system (ATS) technology available, collecting massive amounts of data is commonplace. Knowing what all this data means, and how to use it to your advantage, is where the challenge lies.
Lynn Clements is a nationally recognized compliance expert. She has testified before Congress and regularly trains contractors around the country on these vital issues. The topics she will address include:
  • Developing a strategic applicant tracking process
  • Dispositioning applicants
  • Managing common recruitment practices
  • Auditing recruitment practices and reviewing hiring practices

About The Presenter
As Director of Regulatory Affairs for Berkshire Associates Inc., Lynn Clements provides strategic advice in all areas of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action compliance and oversees Berkshire’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) audit practice. Previously, Lynn served as Acting Director/Deputy Director of the Policy Division of OFCCP, as a senior policy advisor to the Vice Chair and Legal Counsel at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and more recently, a shareholder at a management-side employment law firm where she advised on a wide range of OFCCP and EEO compliance issues. With a unique understanding of OFCCP and EEO compliance and employment law, Lynn regularly coaches HR professionals and colleagues on the latest updates and trends.


Federal contractors and OFCCP working together towards equality in the workplace.

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