Embrace. Empower. Transform.
2020 Virtual Compliance Conference
Outreach & Recruiting
Diversity & Inclusion
5:00pm est - Until...
Interactive Breakout Sessions
Online Compliance Concerns When Adapting to COVID-19
MOMOLU A. COOPER, PHR, SHRM-CP
Let’s have a break-out session to review and discuss possible online compliance concerns for federal contractors. As we adapt to COVID-19, we will need to ensure that we have a consistent and communicated process geared towards applicant tracking, Section 503 online accessibility, and many more! Are you ready? If not, let’s get there together!
Best Practices for a Compliant Workforce Reduction
CINDY BORRELLI, SHRM-CP
When a change in business requires downsizing of the workforce, it is important for employers and federal contractors to maintain compliance as they conduct those reductions. Federal contractors especially need to be mindful of their selection processes and decisions to ensure they do not result in adverse impact against women and minorities. This breakout session will provide some best practices in carrying out a compliant workforce reduction.
OFCCP Expectations in Dispositioning
RUSSELL RUNEY, PHR
The use of accurate dispositioning is critical in a compliance evaluation. In this session we will discuss the expectations of OFCCP when reviewing your applicant process and how to implement a compliant applicant process using step specific dispositioning.
Tuesday, Oct 20th
11:00am est – 12:00pm est
Session 5: How to Increase Self Identification and Self Disclosure
The number one fear Disability Solutions hear from employers looking to kick start their disability programs is the fear of accommodations. This presentation will review accommodations under the ADA then dispel the fears among employers as well as remind them of the word before – reasonable. Participants will gain a full understanding of reasonable accommodations along with tips on how to embrace accommodations, enhance natural supports and improve their process to create an inclusive culture for people with disabilities.
Presented by: Kevin McCloskey, Director of Partnership Development, Disability Solutions
As the Director of Partnership Development at Disability Solutions, Kevin is responsible for developing and managing relationships with talent partners to meet the hiring needs of Disability Solutions’ employer clients. Kevin also works directly with employers on trainings and developing programs to actively attract, hire and retain talent with disabilities which includes Pepsi Beverages’ Pepsi ACT – Achieving Change Together disability initiative.
12:30pm est - 1:30pm est
Session 6: D&I 2020 and Beyond
There is no shortage of diversity and inclusion-related training and expectations for organizations today. The problem with a lot of these programs is that they happen once and the effects of the training start to wear off. In addition, we are now in the midst of a pandemic and workplaces have to be more agile and prepared for constant change. Diversity and inclusion work is now more important than ever. This session will outline major themes of D&I that make an organization successful and will discuss best practices as well as how to implement these changes strategically.
Presented by: Amanda Daniel Monroe, PMP, PHR, SHRM-CP
Amanda is currently a compliance specialist at HudsonMann. Prior to HudsonMann, Amanda worked in HR as a recruiter and a generalist. At the Charleston International Airport, she built and implemented a Performance Management system as part of her Project Management Professional (PMP) Credential.
Amanda also enjoys writing test questions with the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) for the aPHR, PHR, and upskill assessments.
Amanda holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Social Psychology from Loyola University Chicago where she studied statistics and implicit prejudice and bias. In 2016, she had the privilege to be published in the journal Women & Therapy. Amanda continues to be passionate about diversity and inclusion as well as compensation analytics within HR. She hopes to continue to improve diversity and inclusion initiatives and working strategically with data in hand.
2:00pm est - 3:00pm est
Session 7: Acting Now for a More Inclusive Future
These are extraordinary times! Now is the time to drive organizational change to meet the moment and prepare for the future. This interactive session guides participants through a learning experience to identify specific actions, behaviors and practices that they and their leaders can change and/or develop to help build a more inclusive, civil, welcoming and collaborative workplace to further their organization’s mission, values and EEO responsibilities and commitments.
Presented by: Stephen M. Paskoff, Founder, President & CEO of ELI, Inc.
Stephen M. Paskoff, Esq., is the founder, president and CEO of ELI, a learning and consulting company that teaches and advises on professional workplace conduct, helping clients translate their values into behaviors, increase employee contribution, build respectful and inclusive cultures, and reduce legal and ethical risk.
Mr. Paskoff is a nationally recognized speaker and author on workplace legal issues. He has written extensively on topics related to workplace compliance and legal issues and how to affect culture change to build lawful, professional operations that align with an organization’s mission and values. He has been named the highest-ranking speaker at the national conference of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and has been selected to speak at a number of other national conferences, including:
• The American Bar Association (ABA)
• The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE)
• The Ethics and Compliance Officer Association (ECOA)
• The Risk Management Foundation for the Harvard Medical Institutions
• The American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA)
• The Industry Liaison Group (ILG)
In addition, Mr. Paskoff is a founder and former Co-Chair of the ABA’s Compliance Training and Communication Subcommittee. He has served on the Editorial Board of Workforce Management magazine and is a regular contributor to The Conference Board’s Human Capital Exchange.
Mr. Paskoff has appeared on or been interviewed by a variety of national media outlets, including: ABC’s 20/20, CNBC, Christian Science Monitor, Corporate Legal Times, Corporate University Review, Forbes, Fortune, Fox News, HR Executive Magazine, HR Magazine, HR News, HR Reporter, Inc. Magazine, Industry Week, Workforce Management, Federal News Radio, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Training Magazine, and USA Today. He is the author of two books, Teaching Big Shots to Behave and Other Human Resource Challenges and Civility Rules! A New Business Approach for Boosting Results and Cutting Risks.
Prior to establishing ELI in 1986, Mr. Paskoff was a trial attorney with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and a partner in a management law firm. He is a graduate of Hamilton
3:30pm est - 4:30pm est
Session 8: One Voice: A Black History Narrative
One Voice: A Black History Narrative is a journey through the African American experience by virtue of seven powerful voices. JDew portrays six of the characters spanning from the 1820s through present day. Characters include: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Frederick Douglass, and Barack Obama. Although many know of the impact these figures have had in American history, few have seen their works performed up-close-and-personal.
Presented by: Jeremiah Dew
By the time he was 30 years old, JDew had entertained and empowered over three million people at live events through speaking, sports entertainment and the stage. His talents and capabilities are most evident in his adaptability to what kind of event he’s hosting, from baseball games to VIP galas, and his flexibility in what services he can provide, from behind-the-scenes brainstorming and promotion to emceeing and handling the spotlight like there’s nothing to it.
For ten years JDew was the Director of Fun for a minor-league affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, and is currently the on-court hype man for Clemson University Men’s and Women’s basketball. In 2011, he began touring theatre experiences to many day school and higher education platforms with “One Voice: A Black History Narrative”. In addition to those experiences, JDew is perennially on the mic at many corporate and civic fundraisers and galas. JDew (or Jeremiah, according to his birth certificate) lives in Greenville, S.C. with his wife Sydney, and their three young children. Follow him socially at @itsJDew.
5:00pm est - Until...
Interactive Breakout Sessions
Employee Resource Groups (ERG) During A Time of Pandemic
TAMARA SEILER, PHR, SHRM-CP, DMC, CSSGB-HR, HRCMS, CTC
Creating an inclusive and engaging company culture requires strategic planning around diversity and equality. A great place to start is with an Employee Resource Group (ERG). How can ERGs help your organization during a pandemic? Find out in this interactive breakout session!
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