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    Conducting an Internal Audit of Recruiting and Hiring Compliance

    Date: February 16, 2016, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
    College of Charleston North Campus ** New Location - February 2016 Meeting Only**
    3800 Paramount Drive
    North Charleston, SC 29405
    Please Note: Registration & Dinner Buffet will begin at 6PM with Meeting to start at 6:30PM
    Registration Closed!
    $20 Members $25 Non Members (One Meeting Only)
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    For Affirmative Action employers, the area of greatest potential liability is in recruiting and hiring practices. Starting with a foundation in the definition of an applicant, this presentation will outline the steps that Federal contractors and subcontractors should take to examine their processes to ensure compliance with OFCCP guidelines. Learn which common pitfalls to avoid, recordkeeping requirements, how to perform an adverse impact analysis, and best practices for documentation and proof of compliance.


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    Learning Objectives:

    • Master the OFCCP’s definition of an applicant
    • Identify potential problem areas in recruiting and hiring practices
    • Learn to perform an adverse impact analysis


    The overwhelming majority of financial remedies collected by OFCCP come from issues in the hiring process. While some of these are from cases of actual discrimination, many are from a lack of proper documentation or procedures. With her background in recruiting and affirmative action compliance, Allen Hudson will help you identify potential problem areas so that you can improve compliance and reduce liability.



    Speaker:  Allen Hudson

     Allen Hudson joined HudsonMann in 2004 as an Affirmative Action Specialist. Since that time he has assisted in the development and implementation of hundreds of Affirmative Action Plans (AAPs). He has also taken the lead role or assisted in supporting dozens of companies through Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) Compliance Reviews. This included preparing the AAPs for submission and acting as a liaison between federal compliance officers and HudsonMann clients.


    Allen conducts Affirmative Action and compliance seminars at HudsonMann’s headquarters and at client locations throughout the country. He edited and coordinated the development of HudsonMann’s online training courses in EEO and Sexual Harassment. He is also the editor and chief writer for HudsonMann’s blog and email newsletters.


    Before joining HudsonMann, Allen was a secondary education teacher in geometry, pre-calculus, and English literature.  Allen holds a BA from St. John’s College and is dually certified as a Professional in Human Resources by the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) and SHRM . He is a recipient of the Dale Carnegie Course Highest Award for Achievement.


    If you were unable to attend or would like to have the presentation as a reference material for your workplace, please click here.



     Meeting approved for HRCI & SHRM Certification Credit.






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