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OFCCP to Hold Town Halls for the Financial and Legal Industries

Building off the two town halls it held for the tech industry last month, the OFCCP has announced that it will hold two more town halls in New York City in April.  The first will focus on the financial industry and will be held on April 9, 2019.  The second will focus on the legal industry and will take place on April 10, 2019.  

Like the previous town hall meetings, these meetings are open to the public and tickets are available by registering through OFCCP's website.  Tickets are limited to two per organization on a first come, first served basis. 

The town halls will be of particular interest to human resource managers, equal employment opportunity specialists, chief compliance officers, and other personnel in the legal and financial industries who are directly involved with ensuring their company’s compliance with OFCCP’s requirements.  These events are designed to ensure that contractors have the resources needed to comply with their obligations, and also provide the contractor community with an opportunity to be heard and express valuable opinions on how OFCCP can help contractors achieve compliance.

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