OFCCP Compliance Assistance Guides

The OFCCP published new Compliance Assistance Guides to ensure that federal contractors “have assistance tools to understand and comply with the law.” The new compliance assistance resources include OFCCP At A Glance to provide an overview of the work the agency does, guidelines on What Federal Contractors Can Expect interacting with the OFCCP, a Posting [...]

By | August 23rd, 2019|Categories: MALY News Report, News & Events|Tags: , , , , |

Re-Surveying Your Workforce

Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act requires federal contractors and subcontractors to take affirmative action to recruit, hire, promote, and retain individuals with a disability (IWD). The regulations also require that contractors invite their employees to self-identify as having a disability every five years, using the prescribed language. Because these new regulations were put into [...]

By | January 30th, 2019|Categories: MALY News Report, News & Events|Tags: , , |

Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letter (CSAL) Update

750 CSAL letters were mailed to federal contractors on September 7, 2018.  This included 445 companies.  Please be on the watch for the CSALs in your organization and notify your Maly Consultant if you receive one.  Remember that CSALs are not necessarily mailed to the headquarters office because they are only mailed to the location [...]

OFCCP Focused Reviews Return

The OFCCP has announced with a new directive that they will bring back the “focused review” as an audit option.  In a focused review, the contractor will be audited in one of three possible areas: Executive Order 11246, Section 503, or VEVRAA. Not all components of the affirmative action compliance would be evaluated. The idea [...]

President Trump Repeals “Blacklisting Rule”

On March 27, 2017, President Trump repealed Executive Order 13673 Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces, also known as the “blacklisting rule.”  We previously posted a blog about this rule back in August 2016 when it was signed by President Obama.  This rule was controversial because it would have required federal contractors to disclose information related [...]