OFCCP Releases New Compensation Directive – What You Need to Know
OFCCP released a new compensation directive, but is pay analysis really changing? Is Directive 307 truly a thing of the past?
It seems like yesterday OFCCP issued Directive 307, the controversial, onerous set of mandates for compliance officers to follow. Late last month, OFCCP issued a new directive, “Analysis of Contractor Compensation Practices During a Compliance Evaluation,” to replace the beleaguered Directive 307. The question is—can contractors expect some relief?
Join Jackson Lewis pay equity and affirmative action compliance attorneys for a complimentary 75 minute webinar as they dissect the new directive with one of Jackson Lewis’ pay equity statisticians, discuss OFCCP’s reasons for issuing the new directive, and offer best practices for compliance.
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