Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgJune 5, 2014 / Issue No. 3-14
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Employee Benefits
ACA Regulatory Updates Prompt New AGC Webinar June 24
New COBRA Notices Add Affordable Care Act Info
Workforce Development
Strategies for Recruiting Craft Workers to be Addressed in Free June 16 Web Meeting
Federal Contracting
Hiring Benchmark Now 7.2 Percent for OFCCP’s New VEVRAA Regulations
OFCCP Provides 503 Self-ID Form in Spanish, Word Formats
Federal Contractors Face New Compensation Disclosure Requirements
AGC Comments on Proposal to Change VETS-100 and VETS-100A Forms
Labor Law
Confidentiality Policy Barring Discussion of Cost and Personnel Information Violates NLRA
OSHA to Refer Stale Whistleblower Claims to NLRB
Employment Law
Construction Company to Pay DOL $600,000 for Misclassified Workers Provided By Labor Contractor
AGC Webinar Discusses on Legalized Marijuana in Construction
Labor & HR Education
Registration Open for Construction HR & Training Professionals Conference
Hot Topics in Construction Labor and Employment Law Covered at AGC Labor and Employment Law Council’s Annual Symposium
OFCCP Provides 503 Self-ID Form in Spanish, Word Formats

In response to requests from contractors, OFCCP posted to its website both the English and Spanish versions of the Voluntary Self-Identification of Disability form, required by the new regulations implementing Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act (Section 503). The form is available in .pdf and Word formats. The English language version of the form was previously made available, although not in an editable format.

Direct federal contractors are required to use this form to invite job applicants and employees to voluntarily self-identify as an individual with a disability as required by 41 CFR 60-741.42 of the new regulations. The regulations went into effect on March 24, 2014.

The various versions of the form are available on the OFCCP’s website at

To learn more about complying with the new regulations, contractors are encouraged to read AGC’s Affirmative Action Manual for Construction, published after the rules were final. For additional compliance assistance, review AGC’s recently recorded webinar on the rules, OFCCP’s Disability and Veterans Rules: What They Mean for Federal Construction Contractors. Information can also be found in the Labor and HR Topical Resources section of the AGC website. The primary category is “EEO” and the secondary category is “Affirmative Action/EEO.”

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