Be Careful with Job Descriptions: Tales from a Former Compliance Officer

  Be careful with job descriptions.  During an onsite audit  in South GA, we were investigating potential description in Job Group 2 (Professionals) and Job Group 3 (Technicians).  The company used the basic job qualifications for all professionals.  They did not distinguish between the different requirements for different Accountants, entry level with limited experience, significant experience with more education, and CPAs.  All of these were included in the same pool.  The HR perso...
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News Release – US Labor Department secures nearly $2M in back wages, benefits for nearly 150 workers at federally-funded solar energy project in Nevada

News Release   US Labor Department secures nearly $2M in back wages, benefits for nearly 150 workers at federally-funded solar energy project in Nevada LAS VEGAS — The U.S. Department of Labor has recovered $1,914,681.50 in back wages and fringe benefits for 147 workers at Proimtu Mmi-Nv LLC, a Henderson-based subcontractor providing construction services at the federally funded Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project in Tonopah. This project, which received a $737 million loan guarante...
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Hiring Procedures: 7 Tips That Will Help Your Organization Ensure Affirmative Action Compliance

For most companies, hiring procedures cause issues, not only big ones with the US DOL, but also internal problems. First, most financial violations that the US Department of Labor Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) finds are in hiring. How does a company avoid these problems? The best way is training and checks to ensure everyone knows to be consistent with policies and procedures. But let’s back up a bit. Make sure that your company Policies and Procedures are updated, and...
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