Every organization has to be able to show adequate documentation of all of their outreach efforts, and they have to be able to describe those efforts.
As long as you can show that you made an effort to reach out to women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities, you stand a good chance to pass an audit. But you must be able to verify and document all of those efforts.
Our Compliance Road Map shows you exactly how and where to make your good faith efforts. Over 300 hours of research have been condensed for you into an easy step-by step guide to help you with your compliance requirements.
The Compliance Road Map saves you and your legal team hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars in research, preparing and updating your affirmative action plan – and it shows you how to document your Good Faith Efforts.
1L ANALYSIS OF AN EXECUTIVE ORDER 11246 AAP: GOALS PROGRESS AND GOOD FAITH EFFORTS
The effectiveness of a contractor’s overall AAP is not measured by whether the contractor met all its goals, but rather by whether the contractor made good faith efforts to do so.
1L01 EVALUATION OF GOOD FAITH EFFORTS
An evaluation of good faith efforts includes a review of the contractor’s overall performance toward goals, the identification of areas requiring additional examination, and ensuring that adequate information is available to determine good faith.
1L02 PLAN FOR EVALUATION OF GOOD FAITH EFFORTS
…..The AAP may state that the contractor will use a particular agency with a significant minority clientele to aid in the recruitment of minority applicants for the Clerical 1 job group. The additional information needed here may include contact with the agency to confirm its use by the contractor, as well as other actions such as identifying additional recruitment sources while on-site.