Federal construction contractors and subcontractors must comply with Executive Order 11246, as amended, Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, as amended, and their implementing regulations.
Federally-assisted contractors and subcontractors must comply with Executive Order 11246 and its implementing regulations.
To comply with the Executive Order, contractors must demonstrate good faith efforts to meet work hour utilization goals for minorities and females in each craft in each metropolitan statistical area or economic area where the contractor is working, not just their federal construction sites. Contractors must also monitor and maintain documentation of all employment actions, personnel practices, and compensation in each craft for each metropolitan statistical area or economic area where the contractor is working.
Dyas HRD is experienced in all phases of compliance for federal and federally-assisted construction contractors. We can help you:
- Establish and monitor the 16 affirmative action steps
- Develop affirmative action plans to meet Disability and Veteran AAP requirements
- Monitor work hour utilization in each craft for each metropolitan statistical or economic area
- Monitor personnel activity by race, gender, and craft for adverse impact
- Conduct a wage/compensation analysis
- Provide training for managers and craft employees
- List job openings with the appropriate employment delivery systems and other recruitment sources
- Provide subcontractor notification letters
- Provide you with scheduled written reports summarizing your goals and accomplishments and identifying any areas needing corrective actions