Affirmative Action Good Faith Efforts—Understanding the Impact on Your Organization

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Berkshire's latest white paper examines federal contractor's AAP good faith obligations.

Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs is increasingly reinforcing federal contractors' obligations to make good faith efforts to meet their affirmative action placement goals. Affirmative action plans (AAPs) must show good faith efforts were realized in advertisement, recruitment, promotions, terminations, and trainings.

Berkshire Associates' latest white paper, 'Affirmative Action Good Faith Efforts—the Importance of Being Proactive' not only discusses the requirements surrounding AAP good faith efforts, but also provides resources and insight on how to effectively meet these standards.

According to one of the authors, compliance expert, Brittany Harris, "Implementing good faith efforts gives your organization the opportunity to put the "action" in your AAP. Such efforts should be embedded in not only your recruitment activity, but other areas of your HR strategies and practices. These efforts will not only keep you compliant, they will also contribute to your branding as an employer of choice committed to EEO and AA."

Click here to access this FREE white paper.

For media inquiries, please contact Lauren Collinson at laurenc(at)berkshireassociates(dot)com or 800.882.8904, ext. 1307.

About Berkshire Associates:
Berkshire Associates is a human resource consulting and technology firm, specializing in helping companies build the ideal, balanced workforce. As an industry leader, Berkshire provides the latest tools and services for affirmative action, applicant management, compensation management, workforce planning, diversity, and professional training. For over 25 years, Berkshire has serviced the nation's most recognizable companies; and as a result has mastered providing clients with cost-effective solutions to everyday human resource challenges.

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