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The leading reference book for employers with federal contracts. If you are selling goods and/or services to the government as a prime- or sub-contractor you may need affirmative action plans. If you are a construction contractor with prime-or sub-contracts exceeding $10,000 you need affirmative action plans.
This 10th edition explains the new rules about disabled utilization goals and veterans benchmarks. These are now numerically tracked and reports required for goal achievement.
Everything you need is in this book except the Census 2010 data. You will be able to prepare an affirmative action plan for minorities and women if you follow the guidance we offer. You will also be able to prepare affirmative action plans for disabled and protected veterans according to the new regulation requirements.
Recordkeeping is the largest burden for federal contractors. Don't be caught short. Be sure you know what is required and how to track those things. And, be sure you are retaining your essential records based on the new retention requirements.
There are many checklists to help you identify all the components of the programs you need to create and the action steps you must take to implement your programs. You will also find flow charts, and samples for each type of report and analysis step in the requirements.
Join the thousands of other employers who have relied on this book in their compliance efforts. Don't risk the loss of your federal revenues, or worse, accusations that you are illegally discriminating because you don't have the proper records to defend yourself.
We have reduced the price compared to the cost of the 9th edition. Now, the list price is under $100. An easy decision considering you wish to protect your federal revenues that may reach into the millions. Get your copy today.
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William H. Truesdell, is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) by the Human Resource Certification Institute. He is the author of five books, and co-author of the McGraw-Hill book, PHR/SPHR Study Guide and Desk Reference. He has been supporting client organizations in the arena of affirmative action since 1987.
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