Advanced affirmative action programs have made it possible for HR compliance managers to ‘change the conversation’ with leadership and stakeholders. And now that the OFCCP requires annual certification, federal contractors can no longer simply declare completion of their written and statistical portion of their AAP. Instead, they must actively work toward their compliance goals throughout the year. Your program must now become a catalyst for actionable insights on workforce trends, risks, and opportunities so the business can work together to advance their affirmative action and DE&I initiatives.
In this guide, you’ll learn how to work more collaboratively on gathering the right data and developing easy-to-consume reports and dashboards. This advanced approach will help your executive, group manager, and HR teams make better workforce decisions while ensuring your company proactively monitors and manages your compliance goals.
In this guide, we’ll talk you through that process, including:
- A look at how to leverage data analysis methodology and reporting to bridge internal data difference
- Pointers for building business engagement and accountability through regular updates, frequent tracking, and better interdepartmental relation
- The ideal pattern of compliance maintenance
Download the guide and begin to create a collaborative AAP approach that moves your organization forward.