Affirmative Action Planning
Affirmative Action Plans
For employers who annually develop affirmative action plans, this service involves an in-depth analysis of the current workforce and a comparison to the available labor market to identify the utilization of protected classes. In addition, we will conduct statistical tests of employment activities to see if there is an initial indication of adverse impact.
As well as producing OFCCP compliant plans, we can also develop strategies to comply with federal requirements and develop training programs to redress identified deficiencies. This process takes two to three hours of the employer’s time, and the written affirmative action plan is returned around to the employer in about three weeks.
Call us if you are interested in a mock-audit, currently undergoing or preparing for an OFCCP audit. Our experts have been highly effective in audit support. We will guide you through preparation, data gathering, and answering the compliance officer’s questions. We have excellent outside legal assistance with Janilyn Daub, Barnes and Thornburg, to help in walking through every step. You can reach her directly as 574-237-1139.
Whether you are struggling to decide how to address compensation evaluation under the Executive Order 11246, 2% and $2,000 differences, in light of Lilly Ledbetter, or you are evaluating internal equity, let our experts provide independent and objective recommendations through legal counsel regarding your compensation practices and strategies.
Quarterly Management Reports
Let us provide you with quarterly management reports regarding progress in your affirmative action efforts. Our capability and expertise will keep you in front of the issues.
Recruitment & Placement Support
The Austin Peters Group, Inc. helps you attract higher quality candidates by assisting with selection criteria and advising you on the many factors involved in hiring a new employee. We also offer diversity recruitment services.
Diversity & Sensitivity Training
Our half-day training course provides an avenue for supervisors and non-supervisors to understand the importance of their actions, words and deeds regarding sensitive issues in the workplace. Participants leave the workshop with a clear understanding of the difference between acceptable and unacceptable behavior, and they also create individual action plans.