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BCGi Summit 2017: Managing Uncertainty: EEO in a New Administration
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BCGi Summit 2017: Managing Uncertainty: EEO in a New Administration

BCGi Summit 2017: "Managing Uncertainty: EEO in a New Administration" (1.5-Day In-Person Workshop)

4/6/2017 to 4/7/2017
When: April 6-7, 2017
(1.5 Days)
Where: JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square
515 Mason Street
San Francisco, California  94102
United States
Presenter: EEO/AA Industry Experts
Contact: (916) 294-4250

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On November 8, 2016, Donald Trump was elected as the 45th President of the United States.  It is a virtual certainty that his policies and priorities related to EEO will differ significantly from those of his predecessor, President Barack Obama.  Just as the transition from George W. Bush to President Obama saw a refocusing of the OFCCP's enforcement efforts, it is likely we will see another refocusing in the near future.

Many EEO professionals are rightly apprehensive about how the new President's priorities may impact their EEO-related efforts and, for federal contractors, their efforts to comply with OFCCP requirements.

Bottom line: Change is coming and BCGi is working to help you and your organization prepare for it.

How should federal contractors prepare to weather (and perhaps thrive in) these uncertain times? You are invited to join us at BCGi’s Annual Summit where we are gathering nationally-recognized experts who will discuss strategies and recommendations that are administration proof. Attendees will have the opportunity to talk with the experts in class and in one-on-one sessions and network with others from across the country. You will receive the information, tools, and techniques that will help your organization face the challenging days ahead.

Session Topics:

  • Insight From The Inside: Former Employees Of OFCCP And Office Of The Solicitor Speak Out
    Tammy Daub, Of Counsel, Employment Law Department, Paul Hastings
    Alicia Wallace, EEO Director – Diversity, Inclusion & EEO Compliance, Anthem
  • Exploring The Future Of Compensation Equity: Lessons From The California Fair Pay Act
    Jennifer Reisch, Legal Director, Equal Rights Advocates
  • The Unseen World of Implicit Bias: How To Identify It And What To Do About It
    Karen Ramorino, HR, Organizational Development, and Change Manager, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Dan Kuang, Ph.D., VP and Principal Consultant, Biddle Consulting Group, Inc.
  • Big Questions - Big Data: How Advanced Analytics Shed Insight Into EEO
    Soul Cherradi, HR Compliance Manager, BP
    Dan Kuang, Ph.D., VP and Principal Consultant, Biddle Consulting Group, Inc.
  • Recruiting And Retaining Individuals With Disabilities: Tools & Techniques That Work
    Sharon Mendy, VP of Rehabilitation, PRIDE Industries
    Paige Lindley, Director of Rehabilitation, PRIDE Industries
  • Compensation Analysis: Issues, Techniques, and Best Practices
    Dean Sparlin, Attorney, Sparlin Law Office
    Jim Higgins, Ed.D., Executive Director, BCG Institute for Workforce Development

Important Details:

When: Thursday, April 6 (full day) & Friday, April 7, 2017 (half day)
Where: JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square (San Francisco, CA; Room Reservations: )
Registration Fee: $695

Registration Bonus: Schedule a 30-minute one-on-one session with BCG's experts in Affirmative Action Planning, Compensation Analysis, or Testing & Validation. Meetings will be the day prior to the conference (April 5, 2017). Space is limited.


(Last updated: 03/20/2017)

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