Santa Ana, CA (PRWEB) March 24, 2014
Labor Law Center, a trusted online source and marketplace for business compliance solutions announces that alternate formats of the “EEO is the Law” poster are now available for federal contractors to purchase and meet new EEOC posting guidelines effective March 24, 2014. Recommended alternate formats by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) are Braille, large print and/or audio recording.
The new EEOC posting guidelines issued by the OFCCP require federal contractors to offer alternate formats of the “EEO is the Law” poster that are both accessible and understandable by individuals with disabilities or disabled veterans.
For employees and applicants, federal contractors must:
1. Provide alternate formats of the EEOC Poster. The federal government recommends:
- Large Print
- Audio Recording
2. Include an online version of the EEOC Poster for electronic applicants.
“For federal contractors that have not currently satisfied these new posting guidelines, Labor Law Center provides all three formats – including Braille – for contractors to purchase,” says Labor Law Center’s Elizabeth Beaubien. “With each alternate format purchase, a free PDF download of the EEOC Poster is included. Contractors can post this to their Intranet or with each online application to ensure that all electronic applicants have access to it.”
The Labor Law Center provides the three recommended formats of the “EEO is the Law” poster:
Format 1: EEOC Large Print Poster
The “EEO is the Law” contents are printed on a 15” x 22” poster in large font.
Format 2: EEOC Braille Booklet
The “EEO is the Law” contents are in a collated Braille booklet.
Format 3: EEOC Audio Recording
The “EEO is Law” poster text is in a spoken audio recording on a CD.
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