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20211118 | Doing Right the Right Way: Undertaking Lawful Race, Gender & Ethnicity Preferences in Employment 

11-18-2021 01:54 PM

*For closed captioning, please view the recording here. If you need HRCI or SHRM credits after viewing this recording, please email to request the corresponding program IDs.

In this 60-minute webinar, presenters Candee Chambers and John C. Fox will discuss how to undertake lawful race and sex-based preferences in employment in the U.S. After discussing the legal framework within which recruiters and selection managers currently operate in the private and public employment sectors, they will discuss practical ways recruiters and HR managers may and MUST proceed if they wish to undertake preferences in employment in pursuit of their diversity and inclusion initiatives.

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Candee J. Chambers, PHR, SHRM-SCP, SR. CAAP

Executive Director @DirectEmployers

Candee Chambers, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, SR. CAAP, joined the association in 2013 and currently serves as the Executive Director of DirectEmployers and CEO for the organization’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Recruit Rooster. She is responsible for leading a team of over 80 people from eight departments and the continual development of the OFCCP compliance and recruitment marketing solutions for Members of the Association. As a passionate advocate for HR practitioners and the compliance challenges they face as government contractors, Candee previously served as the Association’s VP of Compliance and Partnerships. In this role, she oversaw the creation of strategic partnerships with a multitude of organizations and managed the relationship with the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA), which includes the joint-initiative National Labor Exchange (NLx).

John C. Fox
Partner @Fox, Wang & Morgan P.C.

John Fox is a partner in the Silicon Valley law firm of Fox, Wang & Morgan, although his practice is nation-wide. He wrote the first book describing how to develop Affirmative Action Plans back in the day when almost all companies wrote their own Plans. John trained many of today’s AAP vendors through his annual nationwide training courses offered through the non-profit National Employment Law Institute (NELI). John was also previously Executive Assistant to the Director of OFCCP and with Director Ellen Shong (Bergman) was one of the two political appointees running OFCCP. John wrote many of OFCCP’s enforcement and audit policies and established many programs OFCCP operates today. John helped found ILGs in 1982. John is active in the defense of audits, structuring failure-to-hire discrimination analyses, proper formulation of compensation analyses consistent with Title VII. John is also an active trial lawyer.


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