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The “New” OFCCP – What to Expect, How to Respond

  • November 05, 2021
  • 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Online-Zoom

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The “New” OFCCP – What to Expect, How to Respond


“The Biden administration has made OFCCP a top priority, with increased funding, new OFCCP leadership, and new and different areas of enforcement focus. Playing by the “old rules” will not help you prepare your annual AAPs strategically, and will not position you to defend OFCCP audits effectively.


So what are the new enforcement priorities? What are the new rules for strategic AAP preparation and for successful OFCCP audit defense?


In this session, learn about OFCCP’s new leadership and learn about the “Top 10” changes in OFCCP enforcement focus and strategies for successfully responding to those changes. Join us as we break down what employers need to know, and do differently, to protect their organizations.”


Mickey Silberman, Esq.


Mickey Silberman is the founder of and a Shareholder with Silberman Law PC. For more than 25 years, Mickey has represented management in all areas of employment law, specializing in systemic EEO, affirmative action, OFCCP compliance and audit defense, pay equity, and diversity & inclusion.

Mickey has overseen the preparation of thousands of affirmative action plans and he has directed the defense of thousands of OFCCP compliance evaluations and systemic discrimination investigations. This high volume of audit defense keeps him on the “cutting edge” of OFCCP’s evolving enforcement trends. He often is asked to step in to defend audits and investigations “gone wrong” and has a strong track record in those audits. In fact, in the last 1,000 audits Mickey has defended, he has obtained Letters of Compliance - the best possible audit outcome - in more than 99% of the audits.

In addition, Mickey is recognized as a national expert in the areas of pay equity and systemic pay discrimination. Mickey designs and directs the preparation of pay analyses both on a proactive basis and also in response to OFCCP and EEOC pay investigations. He regularly defends employers against claims of systemic pay discrimination. 

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