JAN's Federal Contractor Winter Webcast Series (2014)
Find practical solutions with JAN's 2014 Federal Contractor Winter Webcast Series. JAN will provide three free 1.5 hour Webcast sessions in 2014. In March 2014, OFCCP’s new Section 503 regulations will take affect for thousands of federal contractors and subcontractors. This Webcast Series will provide an overview of the basic requirements, practical tips for compliance, best practices for affirmative action, and time for participants’ questions and answers.
JAN Webcasts are available at no cost. Gather your employees together in a room for live, in-service training. Educate yourself, management, and other employees on updates to regulations of Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act. All Webcasts begin at 2 pm eastern and continue for 1.5 hours. You must register to attend.
Housekeeping: How JAN Webcasts Work
Registrations are for a single computer, not a person. Any number of people may participate at that computer through the single Web link provided by the registration. However, one registration allows you one login, which includes the e-mail with which you register and a password given three to five business days prior to the scheduled event.
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Register for JAN's 2014 Federal Contractor Series
January 29, 2014. Section 503 Basics and Practical Tips
February 26, 2014. Making Online Application Systems Accessible
March 26, 2014. Complying with Section 503 and the ADA in the Application/Interview Stage
- There’s been a lot of talk about the new Section 503 regulations’ requirement that federal contractors ask job applicants to voluntarily self-identify and the potential for this requirement to violate the ADA. This concern has prompted many federal contractors to start reviewing ADA requirements for the application/interview stage of employment. In this session, JAN Consultants will examine the Section 503 regulations related to self-identification and provide an overview of ADA rules at the pre-job offer stage and some of the traps employers find themselves in when conducting job interviews.
- Handouts: Forthcoming.