Affirmative Action Planning

Affirmative action laws require covered employers to implement very specific plans to identify and hire certain protected class members. These laws apply to employers that do a specific dollar amount of business with the federal government or receive federal government funds. Additionally, a court can order an employer to implement an AAP to correct past discrimination. On the other hand pro-active and strategic employers (that might not be required by law) choose to do so voluntarily to expand business opportunities, ensure talent variety and richness and minimize liability risks.


Affirmative Action Program


Compensation Analysis by Gender


OFFCCP Audit Coaching


Six Months Analysis (Mid Year)