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    Date: January 10, 2014, 8:00am – 2:00pm
    Alaska SHRM State Council
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    8:00 AM TO 2PM - Lunch Included

    OFCCP Update and New Veteran and Disability Regulations

     On Tuesday, September 24th, 2013 the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) posted in the Federal Register the Final Rules for federal contractors. OFCCP has made game-changing revisions to both VEVRAA (Federal contractor obligations regarding veterans) and Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act (Federal contractor obligations regarding individuals with disabilities).  These changes are called some of the most significant compliance changes in the history of Affirmative Action.  Now, with the looming 180-day implementation date of March 24, 2014, news and opinions are in high-gear regarding this significant change.  Contractors are anxious to hear from the experienced consultants and attorneys regarding how to adapt to these changes.  Please join us as we provide contractors and other interested stakeholders with an overview of the new regulations, the new requirements and a practical action plan.

    Speaker Jeremy Mancheski, Outsolve

    Jeremy Mancheski is a Principal with the affirmative action plan outsourcing firm OutSolve ( based in New Orleans, LA. Currently, he works with a diverse, national client base including a variety of industries such as food service, transportation, and manufacturing with clients ranging in size from small startup firms to Fortune 500 corporations. His prior experience includes two other consulting firms whose primary focus was affirmative action planning and human resources related services and consulting. Having been involved in affirmative action plan implementation and employment consulting for over 20 years, he has been responsible for the preparation and implementation of thousands of AAPs and supported clients through hundreds of compliance evaluations within every region of the country.

    Mr. Mancheski is the 2011 and 2012 President of the Louisiana Liaison Group having also served as vice president in 2010. During 2011 he served as the Program Chair for the ILG National Conference in New Orleans.

    In addition to regular client training, he has spoken previously at several local, regional, and national meetings and conferences on a wide variety of topics related to affirmative action compliance and diversity