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Resurgence in Recruiting Call for Review of Best Practices

Lately, PMP has observed a considerable uptick in hiring by small and large employers alike. In view of this welcome development, we thought our readers might benefit from a review of best practices in recruiting. Best Practices for Using Social Media in Recruiting The recruiting landscape has, like everything else in this digital age, changed […]

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Federal Contractors – No time for Complacency

In April, President Trump proposed a budget proposal that included a possible 21 percent cut for the DOL budget. Some federal contractors may be interpreting that to mean that the OFCCP will be less active during the Trump administration, given likely budget constraints. But that is not necessarily accurate. In all likelihood, the OFCCP will […]

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Lessons to be learned from a recent OFCCP audit

By now you may have read about the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Contract Compliance Programs’ (OFCCP) discrimination lawsuit against electronics retailer B&H Photo-Video Company of NYC.  The OFCCP claims systemic discrimination against Hispanic employees and female, black and Asian job seekers at its Brooklyn Navy Yard warehouse.  This is after the EEOC monitored […]

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Federal Contractors Beware! How Well-Prepared Are You In 2016?

In the last 18 months the federal contractor community has experienced more changes in regulations and additional Executive Orders than ever before. As most contractors are preparing to update their affirmative action plans (AAP), they should be aware of all of the changes and new requirements which make updating this year’s AAP more challenging than […]

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