"I love Archbright's Affirmative Action Plan service—you make it so easy. If all we did with you was AAPs the dues would be worth it!"
—HR Operations Manager, Manufacturing Industry
If your organization has at least 50 employees and meets one or more of the following three criteria, you are required under Federal law to have a written affirmative action plan in place:
Creating an Affirmative Action Plan can be time consuming and intimidating. Federal regulations are complex and constantly changing. Furthermore, a sound plan requires extensive statistical data and accompanying narratives.
Specifically, an Affirmative Action Plan consists of statistical analyses of an employer's "under-utilization" of individuals from certain protected classes, and includes the steps to be taken to improve their representation in the employer's workforce. Separate Affirmative Action Plans must be created for women and minorities, Vietnam era and disabled veterans, and disabled individuals.
Although plans must be written each year, they do not have to be filed with the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP—the agency that oversees the contracts) until an audit is conducted.
At Archbright, we have been preparing Affirmative Action Plans for more than a decade. We can help you navigate the labyrinth of paperwork and shifting laws and codes. We'll provide:
Our Affirmative Action experts provide customized, compliant plans so you can be confident that your organization conforms to the law.
Call us at 206.329.1120 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!