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Complying With OFCCP Guidelines for Hiring People With Disabilities

 

Gain an understanding of the OFCCP's expectations for disability recruiting and hiring.

Employers have long struggled with identifying and recruiting qualified disabled candidates. Businesses may lack strong disabled recruiting partnerships, applicants are reluctant to disclose disabilities, and even well-intentioned accommodation discussions often go awry. Employment rates within the disabled community remain disproportionately low, and OFCCP continues to focus on this issue. In fact, OFCCP's focus on disability hiring has increased notably in recent years, under the leadership of Director Craig Leen. And now, adding to an already complex area, the coronavirus has brought medical issues front and center in employment.
This topic will help employers understand the OFCCP's expectations for disability recruiting and hiring; identify their organization's strengths and weaknesses and create tangible action plans for improvement. This information not only covers legal requirements, but offers practical, nuts-and-bolts advice about how to achieve hiring goals.

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Christy E. Kiely

Christy E. Kiely

Hunton Andrews Kurth

  • Counsel in the Richmond, Virginia office of Hunton Andrews Kurth
  • Practice includes all aspects EEO and Affirmative Action compliance
  • Work emphasizes pay equity analyses, defense of audits before the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), employment litigation in state and federal courts, and comprehensive advice, counseling and training for employers
  • Speaks regularly on equal pay and EEO topics around the country, and blogs on key legal developments
  • Named a Virginia Super Lawyer in Labor and Employment and Government Contracts and to Virginia‚Äôs Legal Elite
  • J.D. degree, Duke University School of Law; B.A. degree, The College of William and Mary
  • Can be contacted at 804-788-8677 or [email protected]
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