Webinar - Looking to the Past for Your Future Action Plan
Friday, December 13 | 11:00a PST | 2:00p EST
"Action-oriented programs," or simply, "action plans," can become a rote exercise in identifying placement goals for women and people of color, promising to engage in targeted outreach and recruiting, and calling it a day. But using the information you already have and just a little time and thought can result in more meaningful and effective action plans that don’t unnecessarily burden your recruiters.
On the last Friday the 13th of the year — and just in time for the holidays — Matt Nusbaum, the Director of the BCG Institute for Workforce Development (BCGi), will entertain attendees with a story of how the ghosts of AAPs past, present, and future can be used to build better action plans that tell their own story.
Just as importantly, Matt will show how the plan itself can serve as a gentle reminder to OFCCP compliance officers that the law requires us to measure effort, not just results.
All attendees will receive the BCGi Resources Action-Oriented Program Worksheets to gather and analyze all the relevant information they need in one place. The worksheets then guide users through a series of questions, the answers to which become plans tailored to their specific goals. You might even end up lightening the load on your Talent Acquisition staff (who might then thank you with a nice fruitcake).
- How to derive value from past AAPs
- Where to put your focus in the future
- Which key questions to ask in order to customize your plan
Who Should Attend?
- Affirmative Action Practitioners
- Human Resources Teams
- Talent Acquisition Teams
- Diversity and Compliance Officers
Matt A. D. Nusbaum, Director, BCG Institute for Workforce Development (BCGi)
Matt Nusbaum is one of the nation’s leading authorities on workplace affirmative action. Matt consults federal contractor employers regarding the nondiscrimination and affirmative action requirements enforced by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) of the U.S. Department of Labor. He also regularly consults on other related labor and employment law requirements.
He has more than nine years of experience as a practicing attorney counseling and representing employers on matters before the OFCCP and other federal, state, and local workplace regulatory and enforcement agencies.
In addition to filling a consulting role at BCG, Matt also serves as Director of the BCG Institute for Workforce Development (BCGi). Established in 2009, BCGi retains over 10,000 members and provides educational opportunities to professionals in EEO/AA, pre-employment testing, compensation and pay equity investigations, OFCCP audits, and diversity and inclusion.
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