How to Conduct an Audit of Your Applicant Tracking System

How to Conduct an Audit of Your Applicant Tracking System

10:45 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. (EST)
Kentucky Industry Liaison Group Meeting
Louisville, Kentucky

With hiring remedies of more than $6.6 million against Enterprise Rent-A-Car in July 2019 and $4.2 million against Bank of America in September 2019, OFCCP is using contractors' regulatory noncompliance coupled with poor and inconsistent record keeping against them in audits to obtain seven-figure remedies for the alleged victims of discrimination. Alissa A Horvitz with Roffman Horvitz, PLC from McLean, Virginia will review recent hiring discrimination settlements from OFCCP's FOIA Library, de-construct them from an applicant tracking system perspective, explain how to conduct a self-audit of the applicant tracking system, and offer best practice advice to avoid similar mistakes.

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Relevant Department of Labor Press Release - Bank of America Enters Into Early Resolution Conciliation Agreement with U.S. Department Of Labor To Resolve Discrimination Violations - PDF Link

Relevant News Article - The Baltimore Sun - Enterprise in Baltimore ordered to pay $6.6 million to rejected black applicants in hiring discrimination case

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