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Employers who need to update their affirmative action plans for disabled individuals can use a new government-issued checklist to measure their plans against federal regulatory requirements, which were revised in 2014.
The checklist asks detailed “compliance questions” for each applicable federal regulation, and can help employers identify deficient areas in their Rehabilitation Act Section 503 affirmative action plan for individuals with disabilities.
The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) may be stepping up enforcement actions since the current regulations have been in place for more than a year. The OFCCP states that use of its checklist is no guarantee of compliance with federal regulations, so consider consulting legal counsel with any lingering questions.