DEAM17 | Managing Evergreen Jobs to Limit Liability & Compliance Implications

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DEAM17 | Managing Evergreen Jobs to Limit Liability & Compliance Implications

This year DirectEmployers 2017 Annual Meeting & Conference (DEAM17) is all about candidate experience, which as an industry insider, you know involves more than just what meets the eye. There’s a plethora of behind-the-scenes responsibilities that tie it all together. That’s why our agenda features three tracks–OFCCP compliance, recruitment marketing and sourcing–to make sure you have the latest trends and best practices at hand when you head back to the office.

Our full agenda is now available online, including the pre-conference program, complete with presentations like this can’t-miss session hosted by employment law attorney, John C. Fox and ThinkTalent’s Talent Technologies Consultant, Katie Selvey.

In this session, Katie and John will discuss both the several “wrinkles” which exist to properly “list” jobs with the state One-Stop Centers and separately discuss how to document the legitimate reasons candidates expressing interest for work are not “Applicants” and documenting the legitimate reasons for the rejection of evergreen applicants. This presentation marries Katie’s HR and recruitment background processing evergreen reqs with her special expertise with the Taleo ATS. John adds practical suggestions driven by his experience blending OFCCP legal and compliance requirements with the very many different ways Government contractors deploy evergreen job reqs.

Download our mobile events app to view the full program on the go, and build your own agenda by selecting the great sessions, like this one, that you want to attend. In addition, you can view the attendee and presenter directories, send messages to fellow attendees, and rate the sessions you attend.

Have you registered yet? Reserve your spot and help us celebrate the ‘Year of the Candidate’!

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Kacie ClarkKacie Clark is the Communications Manager for DirectEmployers Association.View all posts by Kacie Clark »

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