Watch this session for a lively discussion of OFCCP’s current compensation directive, the agency’s ever-evolving approach to analyzing pay, and...
The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) will complete approximately 3000 compliance reviews this year. Each of those reviews will include a deep dive into contractors’ pay practices. OFCCP remains laser-focused on compensation and is not afraid of litigation. Join us for a discussion of OFCCP’s current compensation directive, the agency’s ever-evolving approach to analyzing pay, and strategies for responding to requests for compensation data. In this session, you’ll get answers to all your compliance questions from OFCCP legal experts.
Attendees will leave the session prepared to successfully navigate their next OFCCP compensation review. Presenters will incorporate interactive exercises in the form of multiple-choice questions.
In this session, you’ll learn:
- What to expect the next time OFCCP audits your company’s pay practices
- Tips on how to prepare your initial compensation data submission
- New strategies for responding to additional requests for information and data and preparing for OFCCP to interview your compensation manager
- The terminology OFCCP uses and how to get comfortable with it
Nita is a nationally-recognized expert on Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) and U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) matters with over 30 years’ experience in labor and employment law.
Prior to working at FortneyScott, she led networks of senior diversity, EEO and affirmative action corporate practitioners, as well as senior in-house labor and employment lawyers; and served as in-house counsel at major corporations for over 20 years, advising them on labor and employment law issues including OFCCP "Glass Ceiling" audits, EEOC class age investigations, implementation of the ADA, and FLSA Wage and Hour audits.
In 2011, Nita was selected by the National Research Council of the National Academies to participate in the Expert Study on Measuring and Collecting Pay Information from U.S. Employers by Gender, Race, and National Origin. Requested by the EEOC, the report was issued in 2012. Nita has been a regular speaker at the ILG National Conference since 2004 and moderated the opening panel for the 2015 conference in New York City.
Consuela A. Pinto is a Shareholder at Fortney & Scott where she advises clients on the full range of equal employment opportunity laws with a particular focus on compliance with workplace laws and regulations, federal government investigations, pattern and practice systemic claims, and compliance with federal contractors' affirmative action and non-discrimination obligations. Her extensive experience and expertise in the employment field is the result of practicing in both the private and government sectors for more than twenty years.
Most recently, Ms Pinto was a senior attorney at the U.S. Department of Labor in the National Office of the Solicitor where she was the Deputy Associate Solicitor in the Civil Rights and Labor Management Division. In her position at the Labor Department, Ms. Pinto advised DOL agencies on a wide range of regulatory, policy, and enforcement issues impacting a cross-section of workers, and Ms Pinto also had significant managerial responsibilities. One of her and the Office of the Solicitor on enforcement matters related to federal contractors' equal employment opportunity obligations.
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