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Concurrent Session
Lessons Learned from Current OFCCP Compensation Reviews
Georgetown
In-Person and Virtual Monday 03/28/2022 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM   Add to calendar
Workplace Application:
Attendees will learn to effectively respond to an OFCCP compensation review. 

Identifying potential disparities in compensation remains a top priority for OFCCP.  But most organizations have a limited understanding of what OFCCP is looking for when it reviews a contractor’s compensation practices during a compliance review.  

In this presentation Lynn Clements, Esq and Dr. Thomas Carnahan talk about what they do best -- navigating the pay portion of an OFCCP compliance review – and share practical tips on how organizations can protect themselves against potential risk. Lynn, a former senior official at OFCCP and EEOC, and Thomas, an industrial/organizational psychologist, will discuss their experiences helping employers explain and defend their compensation practices during recent OFCCP compliance reviews across the country. The panel will provide insights on the types of questions OFCCP has asked contractors and what contractors can expect from

OFCCP statisticians reviewing their data. Attendees will leave this session with a list of practical take-aways, including ways to comply with the requirement to annually review your organization’s compensation systems as part of your annual affirmative action program, how to evaluate current risk, and what organizations can do proactively to prepare for OFCCP’s review of pay practices. 

Learning Objectives:

  • How to comply with the requirement to annually review your organization’s compensation systems as part of your annual affirmative action program
  • How to evaluate current risk
  • What organizations can do proactively to prepare for OFCCP’s review of pay practices
Lynn  Clements Photo
Presenter:
Lynn Clements, Director of Audit & HR Services,
Berkshire Associates, Inc.
Thomas J. Carnahan, Ph.D Photo
Presenter:
Thomas J. Carnahan, Ph.D, Manager of Compensation Services,
Berkshire